Category: Reviews

UV BUFF and Baseball Cap Review

I received an e-mail from BUFF announcing their Spring/Summer (SS18) collection and as always there were loads of great looking new products, as I was due to head to Thailand again, I contacted them to

GABY Fish Pillows Review

Looking for a gift for the angler in your life? Check out these fantastic GABY fish pillows, something a little different and they are just gorgeous, equally at home on the sofa or in a

V2V Angling Productions Review

One of the first reviews I did for the blog, back in 2012, was of two Dvd’s from V2V Angling Productions and they were both excellent (see my original DVD review here). I was talking

MThooks2tie Review

Back when I was youngster (many moons ago!), you basically had two choices as far as hooks to nylon were concerned, you either bought packets of ready tied hooks or you tied your own. In

Lucky Tackle Box Review

My latest review is something a little different, I always get quite excited when a firm contacts me to review their products and over the years I’ve tried and tested a very wide range of

ThermoNet Buff Review

If you’ve followed the blog for a while, you’ll know I’m a big fan of Buff products from when they contacted me back in early 2015 to ask if I’d like to review one of their Polar

Blueguard Socks Review

Over the years, I’ve had quite a few firms contact me to ask if I’d like to review their products on the blog, obviously they normally tend to be fishing related items like bait or tackle and

Sodafloat Review

The Sodafloat was the brainchild of Paul Jessop following a frustrating match when the carp were out in the middle of the lake by a central rope, out of the range that Paul could accurately

Zizz 24-7 Head Torch – A Review

My latest product review is the Head Torch from Zizz 24-7 Lighting, I ordered it via Amazon and it arrived in a rather large package although on opening, the head torch was in a much

Fishing and Testicles – A Review

As you might well have guessed from the title of my latest book review, this isn’t your normal run of the mill fishing book! I first became aware of it when both Keith Arthur and Bob