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OAKWOOD Carp Fishing Set Up Kit 10ft 3pc Rods Reels Alarms Tackle Mat Shelter - £93.95 @ eBay / redwoodbunny
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OAKWOOD Carp Fishing Set Up Kit 10ft 3pc Rods Reels Alarms Tackle Mat Shelter - £93.95 @ eBay / redwoodbunny

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Posted 28th Mar

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Now I’m no carp expert but if I was new to the sport then this is the sort of thing I would be looking for. Under one hundred quid delivered for the lot... This is absolutely aimed at people who want to give the sport a try but don’t want to spend hundreds of pounds from the off.

OAKWOOD Full Carp Fishing Set Up Kit Rods Reels Alarms & Tackle Mat & Shelter

2 x Carp rods
2 x OAKWOOD 3 Piece 10ft Carp Rods, 2lb High performance carp rods, Screw Winch Reel Seat with Lacquered Hoods, Slim Soft Touch EVA Comfort Foam Grips, Stainless Ring Handle Trim, Shock Absorbing Rubber Butt Cap, lined guides.

2 x Baitrunner reels with line
Bait Runner/Free Spool Reels with Line x 2, Great performing reel, Big line roller, Spooled line, One way clutch, Balanced Rotor, Ergo Grip, Line capacity: lb/yds: 15/210; 18/170; 20/130 spooled with line


1 x 42 Inch specimen net & handle
Comprising of 6ft landing net handle with abbreviated duplon grips, the net is a 42” with a strong supporting spreader block.the mesh is soft carp friendly easy flow. All the specimen angler needs to land those large big fish.


1 x Unhooking Mat
Fish Friendly Carp Unhooking Mat, Angling Foundation Approved, Unhooking mats should be standard equipment for carp anglers. This mat has the ideal transport dimensions for the roving angler who does not have space for larger tackle items.
Dimensions: 90cm x 48cm
Material: 100% nylon, with a water resistant coating
Colour: green

2 x Carp Bite Alarms
Features include- On/off switch, Windproof ears, Low light indicators, Isotope recess front and back,
Volume control, Speaker, Sound box socket, Bite indicator light, LED light and Line sensor.


1x Rod Pod

Light, yet incredibly stable rod pod. Easy to set up. Adjustable legs - providing a stable support whatever the ground. 2 buzzer bars 6 rod holders - 3 at the front.
The overall length of this rod pod can be adjusted to match the length of the rod’s handle.
The height can be adjusted from: 50 to 60 cm, the length from 80 to 115 cm. Transport length: 80 cm.

1 Bag of boilies. The carp reels are spooled with line.
Set of Baiting Needles
x 3 - Carp Leads 1.5oz x 3 - 6
x 1 Carp Rigs

All you need to start carp fishing

Anglers/Fishing Shelter
This quick assemble shelter is ideal for the carp angler or general fisherman.
It is quick and easy to put up with built in groundsheet.
215 x 120 x 115cm Approx
The shelter comes with sewn in groundsheet, pegs and carry case.
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16 Comments
Might come in handy next year
Why would anyone want a.... oh carp
Must have misread
What a carp deal!
You get what you pay for :/
bald_vale28/03/2020 20:42

You get what you pay for :/


Very true. And when I buy fishing gear that’s the rule that I use. But I’m a seasoned angler and know what to look for (when it comes to fly fishing anyway). This is for the newcomer or infrequent amateur that maybe doesn’t want to spend hundreds/thousands on gear.
Decent deal but you do get what you pay for and you would definitely end up upgrading in a few months
TroutMaster28/03/2020 20:51

Very true. And when I buy fishing gear that’s the rule that I use. But I’m …Very true. And when I buy fishing gear that’s the rule that I use. But I’m a seasoned angler and know what to look for (when it comes to fly fishing anyway). This is for the newcomer or infrequent amateur that maybe doesn’t want to spend hundreds/thousands on gear.


What do I look for in rod and reel? I've just started out in the sport and got myself a Shakespeare 10ft match rod. I've changed the line to 6lb as it came with 12lb which was way too thick
MonkeyMan9028/03/2020 21:44

What do I look for in rod and reel? I've just started out in the sport and …What do I look for in rod and reel? I've just started out in the sport and got myself a Shakespeare 10ft match rod. I've changed the line to 6lb as it came with 12lb which was way too thick


I would assume that you’re not targeting carp then? What species are you going for and what sort of waters will you be fishing on?
TroutMaster28/03/2020 21:46

I would assume that you’re not targeting carp then? What species are you g …I would assume that you’re not targeting carp then? What species are you going for and what sort of waters will you be fishing on?


I swap between carp and float fishing. When I go carp fishing I borrow my friends equipment. I am currently trying to do as much float fishing as possible. (obvs before lockdown) just because it's all I'm comfortable in
Edit* I wouldn't mind a carp rod as I have the equipment for method feeding
Edited by: "MonkeyMan90" 28th Mar
Not great merch by any means but that kit is certainly good enough to get anyone new into the sport and catch you some decent fish. It's a lot of kit for the money. Good deal, heat.
Edited by: "Spitroast2006" 28th Mar
MonkeyMan9028/03/2020 21:47

I swap between carp and float fishing. When I go carp fishing I borrow my …I swap between carp and float fishing. When I go carp fishing I borrow my friends equipment. I am currently trying to do as much float fishing as possible. (obvs before lockdown) just because it's all I'm comfortable inEdit* I wouldn't mind a carp rod as I have the equipment for method feeding



Your match rod sounds like it will cover most of your needs. When it comes to the carp fishing I’m not the expert on giving in-depth technical advice, sorry. I’m sure there will be readers who will be able to point you in the right direction and give you way more advice than I can.

If you’re after good deals on equipment then you can’t go wrong with Glasgow Angling (banned on here for some unknown reason?!). Very good website and it’s where I get most of my tackle from. Hope that helps.
TroutMaster28/03/2020 22:01

Your match rod sounds like it will cover most of your needs. When it comes …Your match rod sounds like it will cover most of your needs. When it comes to the carp fishing I’m not the expert on giving in-depth technical advice, sorry. I’m sure there will be readers who will be able to point you in the right direction and give you way more advice than I can. If you’re after good deals on equipment then you can’t go wrong with Glasgow Angling (banned on here for some unknown reason?!). Very good website and it’s where I get most of my tackle from. Hope that helps.


Thanks buddy i'll take a look on there
Get a better landing net and a decent unhooking mat and you are done. Also bin the pre made rigs off.
darksideby18228/03/2020 23:04

Get a better landing net and a decent unhooking mat and you are done. Also …Get a better landing net and a decent unhooking mat and you are done. Also bin the pre made rigs off.


Cheers. Advice off carp fishermen is appreciated.
TroutMaster28/03/2020 23:06

Cheers. Advice off carp fishermen is appreciated.



Tbf i havent carp fished for a few years (Carp fished for about 15 years) but look after the fish you catch is the most important thing so the contact part line, rigs and when you land a fish is the highest concern.
Also worth mentioning if your new to the sport you also need a rod license 🤝.
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