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Good day Cult Tackle fans and welcome to another blog! Hopefully you have been out bagging lots of fish using your Cult Tackle gear – if you haven’t already then tag us in your catch shots on Instagram or Facebook and we’ll give you a share on our pages. Now, most days I am up at 6am and walking the dog round my local lake and this morning it was bloody freezing! It got me thinking about my fishing kit and what I needed to do to get myself ready for the winter as I do absolutely love my winter fishing. One of the first things is to re-introduce my Cult Tackle Sherpa Bedchair Cover. It has enjoyed a bit...

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You have saved, grafted, begged, borrowed and stolen your kids pocket money but it has finally arrived. Oh, I remember it so well, that fresh, new bivvy smell. You feverishly rip open the cardboard box, hacking away with the crappy scissors that you’ve been meaning to replace for years, pull out the bivvy, remove the plastic bag it comes in, take a step back and admire. Take a moment to savour the experience. Suck in that ‘new bivvy smell’ and as you relocate to the garden you kneel down, unzip and peel back the bag to find a PERFECTLY wrapped, folded, pressed and possibly even ironed, brand new bivvy! It looks perfect in every way, you pull out the contents...

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The Cult Tackle Technical Bivvy Coat

Well, here we are! The very first Cult Tackle blog post and for us it signals an exciting new period for Cult Tackle with loads of mega exciting, new products that we know you are going to love!  Through these blogs we are going to be giving you a fantastic insight into Cult Tackle, our products and how best to use them. So, without further ado…. Welcome, to the Cult Tackle Blog! It is not by chance that we have decided to start our own blog, we have a fantastic, brand new product that has never been seen before in the UK angling market and we are absolutely buzzing to let you know all about it!  This new product is...

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