Free Alarms & A Free Shelter From Angling Times

Although I read Angling Times every week, I don’t get a chance to mention it very often on Anglers’ Net. Even though we have a section for fishing magazines that highlights some of the most popular current monthly magazines, I simply don’t have the time to give a run down of Angling Times every week. It’s jam packed with news, reviews, instruction and opinion and would take too long.

However, there have been occasions when I feel compelled to give it a plug, and today is one of those days!

Getting Angling Times by subscription, I always get it on time and it saves me a journey into town. Subscriptions are also often a good way of saving some money on the cover price. And, of course, many people subscribe to fishing magazines purely for the added benefit of the free gifts on offer. And what a gift the current one is!

Angling TimesAt the time of writing this piece, new subscribers get a Stillwater shelter AND pair of bite alarms.

The Stillwater Carp Shelter is a quick-erect shelter perfect for day sessions or summer overnighters on day ticket carp water. Providing a sheltered area to fish from and keep your gear organised, the Stillwater Carp Shelter can be constructed in just a few minutes, and comes with a 100 per cent waterproof groundsheet which has been designed to zip over the front of the open shelter too.

Big enough to take a chair and carp luggage in comfort, the 7ft length also means you can sneak a bedchair in for the night too. Measures 92ins long x 53ins high x 50ins deep. Supplied with pegs for pegging down on windy days.

New for 2010 the Stillwater bite alarms feature state of the art technology and a whole host of features for perfect bite detection on the bank.

And if you subscribe to Angling Times this week (check the links on this page to see if this is still valid!), Angling Times will send you a matching pair, worth £39.98!

Angling TimesIdeal for anglers who are into their carp and specimen fishing who want to fish them on rod pods, or pleasure anglers who want to set up a second rod for bigger fish.

They can be fully customised too – switch them on and you’ve got eight sensitivity settings, eight different tones, and eight volume levels to play around with – making them very versatile for a variety of tactics.

CLICK HERE to check out the latest Angling Times subscription offer. Even if you’re reading this article well after the publication date, there’s every chance that Angling Times will be running a new subscription offer.

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