iTackle Magazine from Bauer

iTackle MagazinePublishing giant, Bauer have just released a new digital magazine on fishing tackle – and what’s more – it’s free!

iTackle magazine comes from the makers of Angling Times and being digital offers the fisherman much more in terms of a tackle review than traditional press.

The pilot issue of iTackle is out now (get it here) and features Shimano’s new Aero Technium Mgs carp reel that we featured last month, as well as the new Middy 14.5m MTDI Shock Core Fusion XP45 pole and the feature-packed Nordik Tackle Octbox Mk2 seatbox.

We wish Bauer all the best with iTackle. We like it a lot. The oscillation rate demonstration on the Mgs is fantastic.

Fish n Tips Magazine – couldn’t keep it up

Fish n Tips MagazineThis was meant to be a happy post about how thrilled we were about the launch of Fish n Tips – a brand new fishing magazine with a fresh, fun approach. Unfortunately I’ve just read the sad news on fntmag.co.uk that the magazine has not managed to secure enough advertising revenue to put the second issue to print.

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Modern Bass Fishing Tackle from Sea Angler & Veals

Personally, I don’t normally buy Sea Angler magazine these days due to a lack of innovative content but I have to congratulate the guys over at Sea Angler HQ for a wonderful May/June publication. The reason why issue 453 stands out is that it features a 35-page special on bass tackle and techniques – in fact the only reason I picked it up from the newsagent shelf was that the cover showed some Japanese, Varivas braid and a fancy looking lure. A quick flick through revealed articles on plugging estuaries from the boat, and an interesting looking review of modern bass fishing by Henry Gilbey, complete with shots of a Tenryu Red Dragon Express, a Van Staal and a box Continue reading “Modern Bass Fishing Tackle from Sea Angler & Veals”

Personalised Fishing Magazines – Humorous Present

If you’re looking for a humorous fishing present how about something a bit different – a Personalised Fishing Magazine cover.

We’ve found a company that specialise in personalised gift ideas and they have a dedicated fishing product – Fish On! personalised fishing magazine cover.

It’s a quick and simple process to sort out as you can do the whole thing online. Just add the recipient’s name, your preffered date for the magazine cover and upload a photo from your computer (we recommend that it’s a fishing picture) – simple! You can even preview your spoof magazine on screen.

Today, more and more people are spending tons of their time and money buying and using stationery to beautify their personal items. Labels are one among the trailblazing stationery items nowadays – they’re an enormous hit among most crafts-loving enthusiasts worldwide. and therefore the neatest thing about these labels is that they’re both decorative and functional. Due to the very fact that personalised name labels are made supported the functional and aesthetic requirements of the user, they’re very fashionable . If you would like to form use of personalised name labels on your belongings or perhaps for your children’s, experts have shared a number of the vital considerations to form sure that they’re going to properly indicate ownership. For the best online quality assurance label store visit us now.

How To Properly Make Use Of Personalised Name Labels

Colour – to form your name label highly noticeable, this is often indeed a really vital consideration. confirm that your label is definitely visible because it doesn’t blend into the planning of the item they’re attached to.

Font – Big typefaces and bold fonts are highly recommended if you’re having the name labels made for your children, above all if they’re still young and that they can’t read yet. Moreover, a singular font will set the name labels stand out.

Design – due to its aesthetic value, this is often a really important consideration. to spice up the appeal of your personal belongings, invest tons of your time thinking of what its design are going to be . consider the label’s pattern, label, and therefore the other visual components so it’ll look unique.

Durability – Choose a sticker paper which is stain and water-resistant. aside from that, this type of sticker paper is difficult to peel off and thick. Moreover, it retains colour. So if you would like long-lasting personalised name labels, consider asking about the standard of the paper you would like to use.

Stickiness – this is often a really crucial consideration in ensuring that the sticker labels stay in situ for quite while . If not, those labels won’t be ready to perform their job of continually providing personal belongings with the identity of ownership. Today, there are already tons of adhesives which are water-resistant. Furthermore, they stick with any quite surface, making them among the simplest things to use if the things are regularly washed, often exposed to water, or if the owner usually peels labels off most surfaces.

The price for this unique gift? Just £9.99. Not bad for a bit of laugh.

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A Fishing Magazine Subscription – the perfect gift

Certainly a gift I’ve welcomed on many an occasion myself – here we take a look at the fishing magazine subscriptions available online in time for Christmas.

Generally there are three different types of angling publication. There are weekly publications like the Angling Times that concentrate on all areas of angling, reporting on the latest news and reviews – often as they happen; then there are many magazines that concentrate on a particular type of fishing, for example sea fishing or coarse fishing; and then finally there a few monthly mags that specialise in niche areas of a certain angling type, for example Boat Fishing Monthly is a specialist magazine in the Sea category.

My advice to you would be the following. Continue reading “A Fishing Magazine Subscription – the perfect gift”