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Classic check shirt from Aqua Products with contrasting upper chest panel. Cut to a fashion fit with long sleeves and two single button chest pockets. Durable 100% cotton.

Same high specifications as the original Avid Carp Safeguards but with adjustable legs to make them even more safer and more stable on uneven ground.
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This superb mat offers the best combination of hard sides, fish safety and portability. It packs down in half for easy transport and offers a lightweight unhooking mat that still boasts solid sides to protect your catch.
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Lightweight, comfortable and ideal for use during the warmer months. Elasticated waist and ankles. Olive green.

This handy bag is ideal for keeping your hookbait selection organised. Supplied with eight hookbait tubs and stickers that you can write on and stick to the top of the tubs.
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Featuring an XL elastic and a large pouch, this catapult is perfect for introducing large quantities of bait at various ranges. Features PFTE-Anti-Twist Technology making it virtually impossible to tangle, increasing efficiency and performance when introducing bait.
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Featuring understated branding. Drawstring hood. Front pouch style pocket. Boasts a fashion fit similar to high street fashion brands. Olive green.

This unique reversible jacket features fleece on one side and a soft-touch fabric on the other. Ideal for year-round use.

This three tier cupboard is ideal for keeping your Screen House/bivvy organised. Whether it's food, fishing tackle or other essential items, you can keep them safe and close to hand at all times. There's even a coated table top and a full mosquito mesh. Supplied in carry bag
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The thermal fleece lining in these combats make them ideal for the winter months. Elasticated waist and ankles. Olive green.

Tackle Box, Hard Cover

Limited amount of numbered copies still available - please state numbered or un-numbered when ordering in the customer comment box.

The First Book concerning Carp Fishing History of Kent....

Compiled by Chris Haswell - Edited & designed by Mike Starkey
Carp fishing in Kent goes back sixty-five years or more - if one includes the monasteries, monks and wildies, some hundreds of years.
The Kent River Board - as it was in the fifties, had the foresight to stock a number of Kent waters with carp from the UK and Italy. As far as the fish are concerned the rest is history. From the fifties a new type of angler started to emerge after the writings of Richard Walker appeared and his capture of an immense common from Redmire Pool.
The pioneers from Kent came to the fore soon after, because the fish were on their doorsteps and they found them.
So from the sixties up to the eighties, Kent was a hotbed of all things to do with carp. New methods, new tackle innovations and then came the boilie. No one can doubt that along with the hair rig it revolutionised carp fishing from the eighties onwards.


Essential Products, Hard Cover
Mike Willmott wrote his first book, Carp Life, way back in 2002 and it received high praise from all quarters with many angler's proclaiming it to be the finest carp book ever written. The demand was enormous and just two years later, all copies had completely sold out. Due to demand, the book was finally re-printed in 2006, but now, more than a decade later and after five years of putting it all together, the long-awaited follow up to this extraordinary publication has arrived!

This 464-page publication is far bigger again than Carp Life 1, and includes hundreds of different images, line drawings and sketches that have never been published before. Mike very rarely writes in the magazines these days, but all of this unseen material has now come to fore in this new eagerly awaited book that is about to take the carp world by storm.