The best sub-£700 fishing seatboxes

For a few hundred pounds you can get a very good seatbox these days.And for £700 or less you can get an incredible one!When you’re going to be sat on…

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What to look for when buying a rod for feeder fishing

From wands to big river blanks. From 9ft to 14ft. From Daiwa, Matrix or Shimano to Maver, Preston or Browning. There are hundreds of different feeder rods out there to…

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Hybrid feeder fishing for carp with Steve Ringer

Former World Feeder Champion and Fish O’ Mania winner Steve Ringer is one of the very best in the game… if not the best! Let him show you some brilliant…

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F1 fishing tips and tackle

Love them or loathe them, F1s now play a huge part in stillwater fishing; A ‘first cross’ hybrid between a king carp and a crucian. They can be surprisingly shy…

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Introducing the Daiwa Samurai 3000B fishing reel

We’re very excited to unveil a new reel from Daiwa, made exclusively for BobCo Tackle!It’s the Daiwa Samurai, a 3000-sized reel which is perfect for coarse and match angling or…

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How to fish through the ice

At the time of writing it’s all a bit frozen out there and it’s tempting to spend the weekend sat in front of the fire, the TV or the pub….

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How to pick the right pole float

There are so many different shapes and sizes of pole float out there that choosing the correct one can be something of a minefield. So here’s the BobCo guide to…

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Best value tackle revealed

We’ve scoured our shelves and rod racks for the pieces of kit we think are the best out there at sensible price points. All of these tackle items offer outstanding…

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Tackle and tips for maggot fishing

At BobCo we’ve cut the price of our huge fresh maggots to just £1 per pint for winter 2019 to help promote fishing in the cold. So here’s a selection…

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Top winter coarse/match fishing tips

January and February are traditionally the most difficult months for angling as temperatures plummet, but there are still plenty of fish to catch if you think carefully about your approach….

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