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Drennan?Tackle International produces tackle to three simple requirements. It must be a good value for money easy to use, and, most importantly it must help you catch more fish. These three principles have been with Drennan International since its conception in 1967 when Peter Drennan first began making floats in his mothers garage. He was already considered a tackle expert having served his apprenticeship under angling greats such as Dick Walker the Taylor Brothers and, England's first World Champion Bill Lane. This drive to create top quality terminal tackle has stayed with the company since the production of these first floats and remains the largest area of the business.
During a session of serious?carp?fishing it's important to feed your swim. Whatever bait you decide to use it needs to look and smell good to the fish you are after, otherwise, you'll find them swimming off to your neighbour's peg to see if there's anything more to their liking on offer. Drennan has the perfect solution with their bait bucket.
The Specialist Bait Buckets are lightweight and compact designed with the specialist and pleasure angler in mind. Drennan has made it super easy for you to collapse the bucket and store away without fuss. A reason why the buckets are such a great design is for the zip up lids. These lids not only securely cover your bait from any spillages but it also gives you the option to zip it upkeeping the air and bugs out from your feed. This makes sure that your bait does not change in consistency or flavour raising your chances of bait throughout the day.
These Bait Buckets are made from the same tough and durable 600 denier fabric as the rest of the Drennan Specialist range. Along with the reinforced base this bucket promises to withstand the rigours of everyday fishing protecting its contents from the bump and scuffs of the bank terrain.
The bucket could also be used just to store some water thanks to the waterproof inner lining which is ideal for when needing to give your carp on the unhooking mat a little more moisture. To make the carrying of the contents easier whether it be water bait or nothing at all the bucket features twin carry handles on either side of the bag which balances out the weight whilst making the commute more comfortable thanks to the padded handles.
Both sides of the bucket feature a removable waterproof inner lining which is intact by a Velcro lining. Removing the waterproof inner lining makes it perfect for ground baits, pellets, boilies and even wet particles.
The Small Specialist Bait Bucket has a 7-litre capacity and is ideal for shorter sessions or for those anglers not needing to take large amounts of baits. Small Dimensions of a width of 20cm by 20cm height.
The Larger Specialist?Bait?Bucket is a lot wider and has a 15-litre capacity and is perfect for anglers wanting to carry more bait for longer sessions. Large Dimensions: width of 30cm by 20cm height.
So if you need a new bucket to mix up, store and access your bait from consider the Specialist Bait Bucket from Drennan.
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