Damiltech are a small firm, run by Dave Mills, who produce simple but effective add-ons for the angler’s tackle box. In this review David Proudfoot takes a look at the Damiltech Tray Toppa.
It’s not often that you find a bargain from a major tackle company that is to good to miss but the Shakespeare Mach XT cool bag is certainly one of those.
Weymouth based young gun lure angler Luke Gregory has specific requirements when it comes to carrying his gear around south coast shore marks. Here he has a long term, in depth look at the Savage Gear Roadrunner Gear Bag to find out if it meets his specifications.
Steve Souter reveals the competitively priced Fish Zone Specimen Bag, which will store and transport fishing gear, camera kit and even bait.
Transporting dripping wet fishing clothing and dirty boots home without soiling the car is a problem for all of us. Steve Souter presents the perfect solution in the shape of the Greys GRXi Wet Gear Bag.
Transporting and protecting frozen and live baits so that they remain in excellent condition throughout a fishing session is a headache. Loads of cool boxes, cool bags and cool pouches are disappointing let downs, but reviewer Iain Graham describes the
Suitable carriers for heavy boat fishing leads don’t exist… or do they? David Proudfoot thinks that they do, but you won’t find items like the handy Irwin Job Tote, featured here, in tackle shops. Like most sea anglers I’m constantly
Tackle box seats have long been regarded as the only real options for boat and shore anglers, but there are more compact alternatives. Here Des Westmore looks at the sturdy Sportsmans Utility Dry Boxes stocked by UK Hooks. I have
Rig winders are great for holding light rigs that habitually tangle into infuriating balls of fuzz if packed ‘loose’ in standard rig wallets. Here are two products from Tronix and Ian Golds that solve the problems of carrying and organising
A rucksack or backpack of one kind of another is something an essential item for the wandering sea angler, be they occasional beach fishermen, someone who likes to hike miles over rocks, or someone whose essential requirement is a tackle