Qual­ity shore out­fit

Take ad­van­tage of this su­perb shore fish­ing pack­age and save £72

Sea Angler (UK) - - Contents -

Great tackle pack­age for £69.99, sav­ing £72.

WITH A hec­tic winter tar­get­ing cod al­most at an end, many shore an­glers will be rub­bing their hands in an­tic­i­pa­tion of the prospect of a pro­duc­tive spring sea­son.

If you fancy grab­bing a bar­gain in the mean­time be­fore a fresh run of spring codling and hun­gry plaice start re­turn­ing, we’ve got a smash­ing deal to whet your ap­petite.

The lat­est reader of­fer from Glas­gow An­gling Cen­tre fea­tures a su­perb shore out­fit that can be yours for just £69.99, sav­ing you a healthy £71.97.

First up is the Okuma Dis­tance Beach rod. It’s a two-piece, 12ft light­weight car­bon out­fit and is just the job for fir­ing out a juicy peeler crab bait mounted to a Pen­nell rig or, flick­ing a three-hook flap­per, armed with del­i­cate worms. It has ex­cel­lent bite de­tec­tion that is en­hanced with a hi-viz tip to make move­ment even eas­ier to spot.

What's more, to match the rod, we have the much-ac­claimed Tronix­pro En­voy Or­bit mul­ti­plier. It has su­perb casting qual­i­ties and one of the smoothest cranks on the beach.

To round off the deal, there’s a 4oz spool of 15lb Fisheagle Tour­ney Surf mono main­line and 100m of 50lb shock­leader.

The main­line is a handy hi-viz yel­low so you can keep a check on where your rig is at all times, and it has a slim di­am­e­ter of 0.34mm.

If you need to punch your bait fur­ther out into the tide, the shock­leader al­lows you to wind up a more pow­er­ful cast while keep­ing ev­ery­thing safe and se­cure. You can even use it to con­struct your own rigs if you wish.

It re­ally couldn’t be eas­ier to take ad­van­tage of this crack­ing deal, and all you have to do is call Glas­gow An­gling Cen­tre quot­ing the spe­cial Sea An­gler code and your qual­ity shore out­fit will be sent on its way to you.

SAVE £72 *Plus £6.99 post and pack­ing,

UK main­land only. Email for over­seas rates

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