The Tackle and Guns Trade Show is upon us once again. Every October the T&G show attracts a mass of UK retailer, tackle manufacturers and press. Meetings are had, orders are taken and most exciting for us, the next season’s tackle is on display to gorp and drool over.
So this morning, we jumped in the car and headed off to Stoneleigh Park in Warwickshire, for the first of the two Continue reading “2011 Tackle and Guns Show”
48-hours after the Tackle & Guns Show and I’m left with the opinion that perhaps saltwater anglers have done best in terms of new tackle developments this year (maybe carp anglers last year). The sheer volume of new sea fishing gear, from budget to ultra high-end was noticeable and I’ve been trying to understand, why 2010/2011? First thoughts were towards a trend caused by the economy – but what? I guess sea angling stands out amongst other disciplines because it is perhaps the most accessible area of the sport where you can actually catch food for the table – that certainly seems plausible given the trend in home grown fruit and veg. Maybe all those celebrity chefs Continue reading “The Rise of UK Sea Fishing Tackle”
Fishing-Tackle.co.uk were once again pleased to attend the Tackle & Guns Trade Show this week – the pinnacle of the fishing tackle calendar here in the UK. The Tackle & Guns team should be congratulated on another fantastic show – it’s always well organised right from gate and I’ve never heard a bad word said about Continue reading “2010 Tackle & Guns Trade Show”
We’ve just heard on the grape vine that Nash, the carp fishing tackle specialists will be unveiling a new brand later this month named PEG ONE. Details are currently thin on the ground but in a press release introducing a new Brand Manager to the Nash team, Continue reading “New Nash PEG ONE Brand Unveiled”
In the latest Gear Guide from mail order fishing tackle company, Veals, an intriguing new multiplier is featured – the British made TG-F1 from the company behind Rocket Fuel.
Despite the Rocket Reel Company’s TG-F1 looking very similar to another leading brand of fishing reel, the majority of parts are bespoke and machined/manufactured to the highest quality possible. The end result? A casting/fishing reel without compromise. This reel has been created with ultimate performance in mind, not availability to the masses – as the £345 price tag confirms.
Specification include: Continue reading “New TG-F1 Tournament Reel – Made in Britain”