The New SP Multi-Pouch
An all-new addition to our flag-ship SP luggage range is this SP Multi-Pouch. Made from the same market-leading 1680D PU-backed, ultra-tough material, this is ...
In the current, ever-changing situation facing us all, everyone at Solar Tackle Ltd wants to take this opportunity to wish each and every one of you, your family, loved ones and colleagues the very...
** New PB Common for Jake**
Our UK sales manager Jake Anderson didn’t let the floods stop him from having a mega few days at Lake Serene in France, landing himself a new PB Common o...
**New Product Launch**
The New SP Multi-Pouch
An all-new addition to our flag-ship SP luggage range is this SP Multi-Pouch. Made from the same market-leading 1680D PU-backed, ultra-tough material, this is more than just a storage pouch. The rigid, moulded top doubles a bivvy table/rig- tying station and doubles as an iPad stand as well for your bankside entertainment.
A Mag-Loc internal divider and zipped and Velcro pockets lends this little item perfectly to a whole host of uses.
The size means it fits neatly in to our modular SP Barrow/Ruckbag, but is also compatible with all other SP luggage as well.
- Rigid, moulded top for use as a bivvy table/rig-tying station
- The rigid top doubles as an iPad stand
- 1680D PU-backed, waterproof and ultra-tough material
- Mag-Loc internal divider
- Zipped and Velcro internal pockets for multiple stor- age options
- Compatible with our modular SP Barrow/Ruckbag design and all other SP Luggage.
Covid-19 Company Statement
In the current, ever-changing situation facing us all, everyone at Solar Tackle Ltd wants to take this opportunity to wish each and every one of you, your family, loved ones and colleagues the very best.
We would also like to send our heartfelt thanks and gratitude to everyone on the frontline, in particular the medical staff and those keeping the medical services and food supplies running throughout this period.
We are pleased to report that all of our employees and team members are fit and well, and all staff are
currently working remotely in line with Governement guidelines. We urge each of you to stand together (not literally of course!) and follow your country’s guidelines to help us all overcome this, protect those most at risk, and get everything back to normal as quickly and safely as possible so that we can kick start our spring seasons properly.
Solar Tackle LTD
New PB Common for Jake
** New PB Common for Jake**
Our UK sales manager Jake Anderson didn’t let the floods stop him from having a mega few days at Lake Serene in France, landing himself a new PB Common of 68lb and a couple of back up 40s for good measure. Here’s Jake with the story 👇
“So after arriving for a 5 night winter session at the wonderful Lake Serene with good friend and team member Terry Noakes we settled into the beaches swim. The first night went by without any action except copious amounts of rain. Due to the surrounding dykes and canals overflowing the lake rapidly started filling up, to the point where it was move or swim. I moved to an old swim that was overgrown and had restricted access to certain spots due to snags etc.
So with the water still rising, I set about getting set up on the only piece of high ground left along this bank. After finding the spots I baited and made my way to dinner full of excitement for getting back to the swim.
A lovely dinner was polished off and I waded my way back to the swim. Rigs baited I placed my rigs close in on marginal shelves, followed by a few handfuls of whole club mix and crumb. I knew the carp used these margins so I was confident of a bite over the remaining 3 nights. 25 minutes passed after placing my last rod and the right hand rod was away. A real dogged battle in the edge and while shaking at the knees praying the fish wouldn't snag me, a huge common surfaced and I slipped my bow loc under her and she was mine. I quickly retained while Terry came round to do the pictures and help weigh the fish, we got her up on the scales and the needle span round to 68lb making it a new PB common, absolutely ecstatic and couldn't believe what had just happened.
The rest of the night and following day passed without any action. I got the rods back out after dinner and felt confident for another bite, midnight came and the left hand was away. The fish snagged me up so straight in the boat I went. Once I got over the fish it became apparent a stick was wrapped around my line and I couldnt reel in anymore line. It was like trying to net a carp on a 25ft zig but made more difficult with a moving boat. But she safely hit the net and I guessed the fish to be an upper 30- low 40 but I had to let her go as I had no self take kit and I was never going to retain a fish for over 6 hours.
After what seemed like not very long I was awakened by the sound of my rod placed just down the margin 5 or 6 consecutive bleeps and I was down by the rod playing a chunky mirror in a tiny hole between the snags, boat ready incase it snagged me up. A chunky humpback mirror popped up and I quickly slid the net under it. After weighing the mirror went 49lb and I was over the moon with the night/mornings fishing. Another day drew to a close and with the coldest night yet my confidence had slightly dwindled and rightly so as that was my last bite to be had. Considering the conditions we faced I was really pleased with the result, especially as only one other fish was banked on the lake while I was there. So all round a great trip as always at Serene.”
Huge congratulations from us all Jake mega start to the year 💪.