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Wednesday, 15 December 2010 18:55

Be-Well self heating meals for fisherman

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Be-Well Expedition Foods Self-Heating Meals offer a cost effective solution for instant hot food whilst away from home and fishing. Be-Well Expedition Foods Self-Heating Meals offers a new concept in "instant" hot food and is the answer to having a hot meal without needing a stove or matches!

Be-Well Expedition FoodsWith a heating time of only 10-12 minutes, the self heating Meals are ideal for use by anglers, or even to take to outdoor music festivals, sports meetings, motor rally's etc. Take a Self Heating Meal to work or the office or when working outdoors as a warm alternative to lunchtime sandwiches.

What is the shelf-life? Answer: 3 years from production (Best Before Date).

Each Self-Heating Meal Pack contains a delicious and wholesome 300g cooked, ready to eat meal in a foil pouch, a water-proof sachet with 2 heat elements and a sachet with water. Hot Pack™ Meals come in fourteen nutritious breakfast, main meal and dessert recipes so you are sure to find a taste that satisfies your palate. Choose from Lancashire Hot Pot, Chicken Casserole, Sausages and Beans, Chicken Dopiaza Curry, Meatballs and Pasta in Tomato Sauce, Vegetable Curry, Spicy Vegetable Rigatoni, and All Day Breakfast. For detailed information on each recipe see Nutrition Information of each meal.

  • No Stove or cooker
  • No Matches
  • No re-hydration needed - just heat and enjoy
  • Pack contains unique non magnesium heater, activated with water (included) to heat the meal
  • No freezing, store at room temperature
  • Long shelf life

Exclusive discounts available to UK Fisherman readers:
10% off Be-Well products Starting 15/12/2010 and running until 14/12/2011 - use the following discount code at checkout: UKF0159

Be-Well Self Heat Meal Packs For Fisherman

How It Works

The Be-Well Non Magnesium Flameless Ration Heater (NMFRH)

Until now the Non Magnesium Flameless Ration Heater (FRH) has been targeted for use in military operational, expedition and extreme sporting conditions. This product was developed to be a more acceptable type of FRH and meet the demands of military, emergency service and civilian customers.

This best kept secret has now become the popular choice of many lorry drivers and fisherman as the meals need no stoves, matches or other cooking accessories… everything you need to heat up the tasty dish is included within the Be-Well meal pack.

Compared with magnesium types of FRH’s, this new type of FRH contains an efficient mixture of lime and aluminium and has the advantage of not emitting an unpleasant metallic smell when activated.

Flameless Ration Heaters, using magnesium, emerged in the early 1990’s to heat soldiers MRE’s (Meals Ready to Eat) in operational and training situations. MRE is the name given to a sealed, ready to eat meal, packed into an aluminium retort pouch. The advantages of these pouched meals are that they have a long shelf life. They are compact, easy to pack into military ration packs, jacket or backpacks and take up less storage space than tins. They can be kept in a cool, dry place until required, with no refrigeration needed. The meals are not dehydrated, but are tasty, wholesome, ready cooked meals, which are sterile until opened. Recipes can be produced to meet the customers taste, ingredient and nutritional requirements.

Be-Wells Non Magnesium Flameless Self Heat Ration Packs are activated with a small amount of water, a sachet of which is included inside. An exothermic reaction then takes place, with heat and steam quickly produced. Inside 10-12 minutes a piping hot, delicious tasting meal is ready, to be eaten straight out of the pouch, or in the case of Be-Well Self Heat Packs, poured into the dish provided.

Cutlery, serviette, salt and pepper are all included, for the convenience of the user. Ambient type ready to eat meals, packed in a plastic or aluminium dish can also be heated with this type of FRH. Instructions on the heater bag can be printed in any language, if supplied with the translation, based on the volume requirement.

Until now the Be-Well Self Heat Packs have been exclusively available to the military, police, fire brigades, ambulance service and other search and rescue services.

The product is also ideal for lorry drivers, fisherman, walkers, bikers and cyclists… they work anywhere and at anytime. Contact Be-Well Expedition Foods 01778 560868 or visit:-






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Thursday, 13 May 2010 16:49

Fabfishwear fishing clothing

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Fab Fishwear.com, the home of all your fishing clothing needs, such as caps, fleece, rainwear, 3 in 1 jackets, bodywarmers, polos, sweatshirts, trousers, shorts, gloves and much more.

Fab Fishwear fishing clothingAll garments can be embroidered with your own club/association logo by sending a (.jpeg) via email to enquiries@fabfishwear.com

The 'Fab Fishwear' range which is regularly updated with new garments. Check out the tabs below for a some of the fishing clothing they supply. Please note this is only a small sample of their products.

For their full range of fishing clothing and to order online, please visit the Fab Fishwear website at: www.fabfishwear.com Alternatively you can call Fab Fishwear on 01260 270333/280990 or email them at enquiries@fabfishwear.com

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From the Thames to the Telford, the Wear to the Wellsbourne; from canoe adventures to ice-skating, from angling to day-dreaming, "Caught by the River" is an exceptional new take on nature writing.

Caught By The RiverHere, the writers take you on a journey down some of our most famous waterways and some of its best kept secrets. Funny, surprising, delightful and poignant, they all share one thing - a passion for the rivers of Britain and Ireland. The result is a uniquely modern take on an age old writing tradition - a rock 'n' rock nature book even. The authors, many acclaimed and the rest soon to be, each contribute to a collection of writing as varied and unexpected as the rivers themselves. This evocative anthology of the best new nature writing is presented in a collection of essays on some of our favourite rivers, covering the entire length of the country.

A diverse collection of authors share their thoughts, experiences and reminiscences on the river that means something special to them. Contributors include Gavin Pretor-Pinney who retraces a canoe trip his grandfather made 60 years ago, Roger Deakin writes about the history of ice skating in the fens, Jon Savage describes a trip down the Thames with the Sex Pistols, Irvine Welsh recounts the courtship rituals witnessed by the River Forth, plus there are many more contributors including Bill Drummond, Edywn Collins, John Niven, Jarvis Cocker, and Chris Yates to name a few.

The following is an extract taken from 'Caught by the River - A Collection of Words on Water'

John Niven - 'Not Caught By the River'

He seemed like a ‘big boy’ to us at the time although, of course, looking back now, he was just a kid. Thirteen or fourteen. Wearing one of those green army jumpers with patches at the shoulders and elbows. How he cried.

My little brother and I had come along the bank of the river Irvine, in Ayrshire, thirty miles south of Glasgow. We’d been spinning for sea trout up at the weir. The serious fisherman went for the salmon with flies further up river, in the shadows of the great Victorian railway bridge. I remember it being a cold spring morning, incredibly sunny, maybe the Easter holidays then. When we came around the bend towards the bridge, there was already a good crowd there, maybe a dozen or so fishermen, old boys and some kids our own age, just, or not quite, into their teens. They were all watching as this kid – his rod bowed into an upturned ‘U’ – did battle with something huge. There was an air of real excitement, and you got the feeling that this had been going on for a while.

The kid was flanked by a couple of the men, both giving him advice – when to play out some line and let the fish run, when to lock the reel – but neither touching the rod or interfering too much. They were going to let him catch it himself. I remember his trainers slipping and skidding on the greasy boulders of the bank, the great anxiety and fierce determination on his face. The fight went on for a long time, an hour or so, and for a long time nothing seemed to happen, no one seemed to be winning, and then one of the old guys said ‘Christ’ and everyone was piling up behind the kid, straining to see down into the water. We got a glimpse of white belly as something turned fast a few feet from the surface. The kid saw it too and suddenly he looked scared, as though he knew for sure now that he had the fish of a lifetime on the hook. His legs were shaking, his hands trembling as they changed position on the rod. Then, suddenly, with a rush of foam, it broke the surface, leaping clear of the black water. A great gasp went up. A big salmon, plump and perfect in the Scottish sunlight, the proud hook of its lower jaw.

More people gathered – other kids fishing nearby, people walking past, a crowd maybe thirty strong watching now as the battle went on. There were many moments where it seemed certain the line was simply going to break and it would all be over. But it didn’t. The kid was good. Patient. The fish was tiring. Finally one of the old guys clambered down into the water with a green net. There was a terrible moment as he tried to get the net under the fish, one hand on the twanging line – taut as piano wire – where we were sure the line was going to snap. Another man scrambled down there and it took two of them to swing the fish up onto the concrete wall. Everyone jostled to look. The salmon lay quite still. The enormous swell of its milk white belly, the iridescent perfection of its colour – blue and silver and flecks of rose and pink, the great head the size of a man’s fist and almost black. The kid leant down over his prize, exhausted and triumphant. The salmon was almost as big as he was, over three feet long. Maybe thirty pounds. Worth fifteen or twenty quid easy at the fishmongers: an unthinkable sum for a teenage boy in a recession-hit, early ’80s Scottish town. (I remember vicariously picturing the looks on my parent’s faces if I had staggered in the door holding such a prize.) And there, in its jaw, was the boy’s red and gold spinner. In the outside of its jaw.

Everyone saw it. The kid looked up hopefully at one of the old guys who had helped him land the fish. ‘Snagged it,’ the old boy said sadly. The fish had not taken the bait. It had been hooked illegally. It had to go back. The kid looked at the salmon. He looked at the old guy. The old guy put his hand on the kid’s shoulder as he leaned in with the pliers. It took two of them to lift it back into the river. It didn’t swim off right away. It turned slowly in a figure of eight in the shallow pool for a moment – as though showing the kid all that he had lost, all he would never have. Then, with a nonchalant flick of its great tail, it vanished into the depths. The kid – physically exhausted, emotionally destroyed – burst into tears. The old guy folded him into his arms and held him while he sobbed. ‘C’mon son,’ he said. ‘There’ll be other fish.’

We all stared at the river in silence. Finally someone said ‘Whit a boot in the fucken baws,’ and you were powerfully reminded that you were in Ayrshire, where bad is expected, where defeat is met with cheerful understatement, and where tragedy is routinely rebuffed with humour. A fine part of the world.

Where to Buy:

'Caught by the River - A Collection of Words on Water'
compiled and edited by Jeff Barrett, Robin Turner and Andrew Walsh.
Published by Cassell Illustrated, £17.99. www.octopusbooks.co.uk

Tuesday, 03 March 2009 20:07

Extreme Fishing with Robson Green

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RENOWNED BRITISH actor and passionate fisherman Robson Green experiences the adventure of a lifetime in the thrilling Extreme Fishing With Robson Green.

Acorn Media

Robson Green (Reckless, Wire in the Blood), a keen fishing enthusiast for many years, has always thought you couldn’t beat a nice quiet day’s fishing, until he went on an extreme adventure – a globetrotting fish finding mission to some of the greatest fishing destinations in the world.

Extreme Fishing with Robson GreenOriginally screened on Channel Five, the hugely popular, exciting four part series follows Robson on his mission to discover the weird, the wonderful and the forbidden of the fishing world. This fascinating adventure will be released as a two disc DVD set on 6 April 2009, courtesy of Acorn Media to coincide with the TV transmission of series two on Channel Five.

His travels take him to Costa Rica, living with the Maleka tribe as they hunt the elusive piranha-like mahaca, to Louisiana in search of barracuda; on to South Africa to face the hammerhead shark; hunting giant catfish on the Ebro River and attempting to catch a 500Ib marlin in the Azores.

On boats, in canoes, up river and underwater, Robson chases some of the most elusive and terrifying fish on the planet. He learns new tricks, hears old stories, and eats pretty much everything he catches – like a true hunter-gatherer.

Robson doesn’t fish just for fun – he fishes to the extreme.

Title: Extreme Fishing With Robson Green
Release Date: 6 April 2009
Cat No: AV9727
Running Time: 175 mins approx
Cert: E
RRP: £24.99

For further information or any press materials please contact:
Debbie Murray at Aim Publicity on 020 8292 2818 or email debbie@aimpublicity.com

Friday, 09 January 2009 21:23

Born Survivor: Bear Grylls Scotland DVD

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imageFrom some of the highest points on the planet to some of the lowest, from the coldest to the hottest, real life action hero Bear Grylls has seen and conquered it all. The first groundbreaking series Born Survivor: Bear Grylls will be released for the first time on DVD in three parts; Mountains; Deserts & Swamps and Scotland, courtesy of Demand DVD in February and March 2009.

Born Survivor: Bear Grylls Scotland

Bear shows how to survive in Scotland’s Cairngorm National Park. Half a million people visit every year, walking the glens or climbing in the mountains, but few realise how inhospitable a place it truly is; being classed as an Arctic landscape.

Bear shows how to navigate using ice formations and moss growth, create shelter, find water and trap food. Also featured as a bonus program is Iceland, where Bear demonstrates how to make a snow cave, find water in deep tunnels, avoid frostbite and survive amidst the freezing glaciers, steaming geothermal vents and huge black sand deserts.

Title: Born Survivor: Bear Grylls Scotland
Release date: 23 March 2009
RRP: £14.99


Further Information:

For further information or any press materials please contact: Miles Weaver at Aim Publicity on 0208 245 7903 or email miles@aimpublicity.com

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Friday, 09 January 2009 21:16

Born Survivor: Bear Grylls Deserts & Swamps DVD

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Born Survivor: Bear Grylls Deserts and SwampsFrom some of the highest points on the planet to some of the lowest, from the coldest to the hottest, real life action hero Bear Grylls has seen and conquered it all. The first groundbreaking series Born Survivor: Bear Grylls will be released for the first time on DVD in three parts; Mountains; Deserts & Swamps and Scotland, courtesy of Demand DVD in February and March 2009.

Born Survivor: Bear Grylls Deserts & Swamps

Dropping into the harshest deserts, most barren plains and deadliest swamps on the planet, Bear faces the challenges of surviving alone on the African Savannah in Kenya, the Everglades in Florida and the bush of Kimberley, Australia.

Confronted by some of the deadliest animals on earth, Bear demonstrates how to prevent sunstroke, live off the carcasses of dead animals, survive confrontations with elephants, rhinos and lions and shows how drinking your own urine can save your life.

Title: Born Survivor: Bear Grylls Deserts & Swamps
Release date: 23 March 2009
RRP: £19.99


Further Information:

For further information or any press materials please contact: Miles Weaver at Aim Publicity on 0208 245 7903 or email miles@aimpublicity.com

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Thursday, 08 January 2009 21:21

Born Survivor: Bear Grylls Mountains DVD

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Born Survivor: Bear Grylls MountainsFrom some of the highest points on the planet to some of the lowest, from the coldest to the hottest, real life action hero Bear Grylls has seen and conquered it all. The first groundbreaking series Born Survivor: Bear Grylls will be released for the first time on DVD in three parts; Mountains; Deserts & Swamps and Scotland, courtesy of Demand DVD in February and March 2009.

Born Survivor: Bear Grylls Mountains

Bear travels the world’s most extreme mountain ranges, from the icy peaks of the Chugach Mountains in Alaska to the Andes in Ecuador, from the Alps to the Rockies to the Sierras, he demonstrates how to survive in some of the most inhospitable places on earth.

Faced with piranha, giant weevil grubs, alpine storms, raging rapids, blizzards and raging winds of deathly cold, Bear is forced to ride the rapids of the Amazon on a single tree trunk, build snow shelters and endure a plunge into a freezing lake, all with a pocket knife and the clothes on his back.

Title: Born Survivor: Bear Grylls Series Mountains
Release date: 23 February 2009
RRP: £19.99


Further Information:

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Tuesday, 07 October 2008 20:07

Okuma Reels

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Crazy Deals on Okuma Reels

Over the last fifteen years Okuma have built an enviable reputation providing quality innovative fishing tackle the world over. The Okuma focus is a pure and total dedication to development - raising the standards of what they can produce and what is expected. Okuma does not look for inspiration from other manufacturers; instead they find inspiration in fishermen. From the weekend warrior to the tournament pro; you’ll find quality, built to last products that won’t put a drain on your finances.

The new Okuma specimen reels show off this dedication to the fullest, and are surely destined to become the best value for money carp/specimen reels ever produced!


Okuma Silvara Bait Feeder Reel - £14.99!

For the occasional carper and coarse specialist, look no further than the mighty Okuma Silvara Bait Feeder Reel. This has to be the best value for money serious free spool reel available on the market today.

Manufactured to Okuma’s rigorous international manufacturing standards, this reel comes with a 5 year guarantee. Its hard wearing gearing gives a reliable long lasting performance, while the new rotor system supplies beautiful line lay.

- Durable, robust performance
- Smooth free spool system
- Hard cranking action
- Non corrosion graphite body

They don’t come any better than this! Trev’s Price just £14.99!!


Okuma Interceptor Pro Bait Feeder Reel - £29.99!!

This new and improved version of the treble award winning Interceptor has been further developed for expert carp and specimen hunters. It features an RES Rotor Equalising system, double grip handle, two ball bearings, plus Quick-set one way clutch bearing and Micro-adjustable baitfeeder drag.

It comes with one Aluminium spool and one Graphite spare spool, and like the Silvara above, has a five year warranty as standard. 4.5:1 ratio with 290 yard line capacity (15lb).

This reel is the ultimate choice for the serious specimen hunter.

Trev’s Price just £29.99!!


UK FISHERMAN'S VERDICT

As usual Trev's Tackle have come up trumps with these excellent Okuma reels at crazy prices. What are you waiting for - click the links above to get buying right now !!

To sign up for the newsletter and to browse all the tackle and bait on sale at Trev's Tackle, visit their website at: www.trevstackle.com

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Tuesday, 22 May 2007 00:00

Marker and Spod Rods

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10% off Grey's Marker and Spod Rods from Trev's Tackle 10% of Greys marker Rod

This week Trev's Tackle have a fantastic offer to share on Greys Spod & Marker Rods - Not only have we knocked 10% off the RRP on both rods, but we’ll also be giving away a fantastic Fox Horizon Marker Float with each Grey’s Marker Rod sold, or a fantastic Korda Skyliner Spod with each Grey’s Spod Rod sold!

Greys marker RodIn the modern carping age a marker rod is now an essential piece of kit. Using a marker rod will help give you a better understanding of the lake bed and enable you to find features such as depressions, gravel bars, weed beds and silt gullies. The rod tip is ground down for increased responsiveness making it ideal for finding those underwater features and contours such as gravel bars- silt areas and weed beds that are not visible to the eye.

The Marker rod features a powerful butt section which is able to cope with casting a 4oz lead attached to a marker float and achieve distances over 100 yards. The distance Marker rod- at 12' 6" - is designed for you to feature-find at distances over 100 yards with ease. It can cope with leads up to 5oz with a marker float but it can still be used at short range without any problem.

Both Rods Feature:

  • Depth markers at 6" and 12" for accurate depth measurement
  • SIC rings for use with braid or mono
  • Fuji NPS 20mm reel seat
  • Laser etched butt cap

Standard at £89.99
Distance at £107.99

Click here to buy Trev’s Combination Carp Kit DealPLUS FREE FOX HORIZON MARKER FLOAT!

Yep, buy any Grey’s Marker rod and get a versatile Fox Horizon Marker Float completely free of charge!

10% off Grey’s Spod Rod

Grey’s Spod RodThe two option Greys' Spod rod has become a common part in a carp angler's armoury and enables the angler to bait up well beyond catapult range. Neither rod features a test curve due to both rods ability to cast all spods on the market. This is achieved by each rod having a progressive power build-up within the blank. A lot of spod rods are so stiff it's virtually impossible to pull the tip round 90 degrees yet they are still rated with test curves! It's vital that the blank is progressively compressed by the spod in order for the rod to work properly and propel the spod into the distance.

The standard rod is ideal for mini rockets to large spods and is able to cast distances up to 80+ yards. The distance version is ideal for large heavy spods or when you're wanting to fish at distances of 90+ yards. Wet baits, big distances and large s! pods are what this rod is all about. There is a huge amount of power - compress the tip and release the power!

Both Rods Feature:

  • SIC rings for use with braid or mono
  • Fuji NPS 20mm reel seat capable of taking all big pit reels
  • Laser etched butt cap

Standard at £89.99
Distance at £107.99

PLUS FREE KORDA SKYLINER SPOD!

Yep, buy any Grey’s Spod rod and get a fantastic Korda Skyliner Spod completely free of charge!

UK FISHERMAN'S VERDICT

As usual Trev's Tackle have come up trumps with some excellent deals on Marker and Spod Rods. What are you waiting for - click the links above to get buying right now !!

To sign up for the newsletter and to browse all the tackle and bait on sale at Trev's Tackle, visit their website at: www.trevstackle.com

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Monday, 10 December 2007 00:00

Deadliest Catch DVD

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The Deadliest Catch DVD

Think you’ve got a raw deal? Just wait until you hear about these guys. Battling against forty-foot waves and freezing temperatures is all a part of the daily routine for the Alaskan crab fishermen in Deadliest Catch – Series 2.

Routine brushes with death are all in a days work.

The Deadliest Catch Series 2The hugely successful Discovery Channel series was nominated for seven primetime Emmys, and series 1 garnered a huge following with in excess of 3 million UK viewers. Deadliest Catch Series 2 will be released as a lavishly packaged five DVD set, featuring over 500 minutes of fantastic footage, on 28 January 2008 courtesy of Demand DVD.

This amazing documentary examines the fascinating lives of Alaskan crab fishermen as they struggle to survive in one of the most deadly vocations around. With an injury rate of almost 100%, this adventure is not for the faint-hearted. The Discovery Channel crew take us across the Bering Sea in search of the highly lucrative crab. With just a few weeks to reach their quota, these men must find what they so desperately seek, or risk going hungry the rest of the year. For this, they willingly jeopardise everything.

Competing against Mother Nature is a struggle, but with mounting pressure from regulatory institutions, these men must battle to keep their lives and income; as well as their heritage.

Follow the compelling lives of these blue-collar men as they encounter the perils of the Bering Sea. Discover the ups and downs and near death experiences all from the comfort and safety of your own armchair. Catch reality TV at its exciting best.

Extras: Second Deadliest Job In The World, Life On A Boat

Title: The Deadliest Catch - Series 2
Release date: 28th January 2008
Running time: 510 mins
RRP: £29.99
Certificate: Exempt


Further Information:

For further information, to discuss competitions, clips or any other press materials please contact Debbie Murray at Aim Publicity on 020 8292 2818 or email debbie@aimpublicity.com

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