Carp Fishing Tackle
Carp fishing is fast becoming one of the most, if not the most, popular types of fishing in South Africa.
From carp fishing's humble beginnings where anglers use to use brown bread and curry or vanilla powder to today where the carp baits have improved and the carp fishing tackle has become state of the art.
Carp tackle includes a whole range of products such as swivels, hooks, tail rubbers, a variety of beads, bait stops, hooks, hook link materials, rig glue and much much more.
At Fishingtackleforsale.co.za we will be selling a wide range of carp tackle from big brands such as Gardner Tackle (suppliers of top quality carp tackle since the company was started by Richard Gardner in 1980), Fox (with their first product to bear the ‘Fox’ name, a metal baitdropper, in 1967), Shimano, Taska, Korda and many more. We will stock a wide range of hook link materials, terminal tackle, braided main lines, baits, rods, reels and much more.
Always make sure that you buy the best quality tackle that you can afford. It is no use having the beast baits on the market but you are using inferior quality carp tackle. Losing a prized carp because your hook bends open or the swivel breaks is not a good way to lose that carp, in fact no way is a good way, but least of all if your carp tackle fails.
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Gardner Fishing Tackle
Some good all-round carp fishing tips and advice on rigs, PVA and baits from Gardner Tackle and Mistral Baits by Ian Lewis.
Some information on Carp:
Carp (Cyprinidae) are highly sought after by anglers, as they are considered highly prized freshwater fish that can be difficult to catch, especially the giants of 20kg and heavier. Carp fishing is the fastest growing angling market in the UK and one of the fastest in South Africa. The main types of carp that are fished for are the Common carp, Grass carp, Leather carp and the Mirror carp.
Carp are omnivores, meaning they eat both plants and animals, thus both baits such as sweetcorn and fish based baits such as boilies can be used when carp fishing. Carp normally eat throughout the year except during spawning times. When carp fishing look for areas that have a lot of vegetation, normally near the banks.
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