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    looking for a cheap bivvy for fishing,, this will be mostly a summer night hide away incase it rains... cheaper the better...cheers

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    try your locoal netto mate got some good deals there rods reels tackle tents job lot

    Original Poster

    never seen fishing gear in my local netto's

    Dragon Carp dont know where you are based, but this show is well worth a visit,I've been going since they started doing them, some very cheap gear to be had. The Big One 2011

    Original Poster

    been thinking of going to that show,, although it's a 4 1/2 hr drive for me,, so i might drive down on saturday night and stay over somewhere closer,, then go on sunday..

    Fishtec are offering 10% off everything (ive posted the code in the voucher section)

    I've got the TFGear Force 8 bivvy and its great for overnighters etc, ive even used it for camping.

    Fishtec

    morganste

    Fishtec are offering 10% off everything (ive posted the code in the … Fishtec are offering 10% off everything (ive posted the code in the voucher section)I've got the TFGear Force 8 bivvy and its great for overnighters etc, ive even used it for camping.Fishtec



    Got to agree with that mate, easy up and easy down cant beat it!!

    Ive got to quote though lads, the OP did say 'Cheap' haha oO
    Edited by: "kyleg44" 12th Feb 2011

    kyleg44

    Ive got to quote though lads, the OP did say 'Cheap' haha oO



    As far as bivvys go I'd call that cheap.

    A brand new bivvy for just over £110, with a free hat and quite frequently they do the same deal with a free chair.

    I don't think you'll get many below that price without venturing onto eBay.

    decent bivvy
    , decent website aswell use it to get most my fishing tackle

    I like the look of the TFGear Force 8 bivvy. but looking at some youtube videos of it, it doesn't look that user friendly to me, I'm surprised no one has come out with a pop up version of a bivvy, I've got to the point in my fishing career, that i want simplicity, gone are the days putting up a bivvy with hundreds of poles in a force 8 gale, I want it up & in it, with the kettle on in less then a day !

    Then the force 8 is perfect lol

    I can get mine up And pegged in the ground in less than 5 minutes. All the poles stay attached to the bivvy when you put it away so there's no messing. It is pop up in a way, you just need to pull one handle and it all opens up ready to use.

    I think some of the lads putting them up on YouTube are a bit simple.

    morganste

    Then the force 8 is perfect lolI can get mine up And pegged in the ground … Then the force 8 is perfect lolI can get mine up And pegged in the ground in less than 5 minutes. All the poles stay attached to the bivvy when you put it away so there's no messing. It is pop up in a way, you just need to pull one handle and it all opens up ready to use. I think some of the lads putting them up on YouTube are a bit simple.



    lol, what about getting it back into its bag ?

    richp

    lol, what about getting it back into its bag ?



    It is a bit of a **** but once you know how it's a piece of donkey pee
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