Product reviews from members of Team MAS on the gear we use
Many holdalls in the market but Sensas have a really good practical holdall that can be purchased in 2 and 4 section versions of length 1.55m and 1.7m respectively. Construction is well solid and it really does protect your precious rods.
With the impressive UK 4 series 984/974/954/934 archived the EVEN MORE IMPRESSIVE 5 series is now available covering 6 poles in the range. Midlands Angling supplies policy is to offer the angler a 13m pole only and if the customer requires they can ‘Build there own pole package’ . He/she can add 14 and 16m sections and all the different tops , no4’s and no5’s and cup kits required to their choices. Most SENSAS pole users have huge collections of tops and spare sec
Jamie an excellent all rounder and one of the MAS - SVWL river anglers who as done exceptionally well in tough leagues.
MAS stalwart David with a decent appraisal of the new luggage out of the Sensas school of sensible fishing tackle engineering.
Top rod from the MAS stable reviewing a rather useful bit of kit from those clever people at SENSAS.
The Sensas riddle bag is a useful bag and generous in size. It has a mesh window that allows air to circulate and prevents mould on your riddles. It's easily large enough for your groundbait, maggot and pinkie riddles but you can also fit in a sensas round bowl which is large enough to mix around 3 kilos of groundbait. The space between the bowl and riddle can also be filled with a sensas Square bowl or empty bait box. A useful storage bag.
Mike Conway Joins Team MAS, Today we are pleased to announce Mike Conway has joined Team MAS. I have known Mike for some time and he will be a great addition to the team. Mike is a qualified angling coach and in the future will compete with Team MAS in team and individual matches. In the mean time Mike will be reviewing equipment and testing new products as well as featuring in up coming articles here on the MAS site.
Product Review - Sensas Lombardia Pole Float by Ian Chadburn, I first saw the Sensas Lombardia's being used in the Sensas challenge in France. The guy at the side of me was using them for fishing shallow on lake Duoy. Now just to clarify when I say shallow what I mean is he was fishing eight foot deep in a ten foot deep swim. He was catching small roach on bloodworm. When the match finished I asked if I could have a look at the floats and on closer inspection I thought that I could incorporate t