PAGE 36 3D BOX BAG ITEM 1153565 5 SEASON ITEM 1153564 4 SEASON ITEM 1153563 3 SEASON STORM 5 FLEECE LINED SLEEPING BAG ITEM 1153561 SLEEPING BAGS Dimensions: 230 x 94 cm . Box section side wall design . Insufil thermal micro fibres . Water resistant brushed outer and smooth poly cotton inner . Anti twist bedchair attachment system . Poly cotton micro fibre filled pillow . Twin SBS full crash zips with non catch baffle system . Supplied in a stuff bag Dimensions: 240 x 97 cm . 5 season rating . 100% hollow fibre filling . 300 D brushed water resistant polyester outer . Fully micro fibre fleece lined . Anti twist bedchair attachment system . Baffled heavy duty twin crash zips . Removable fleece pillow . Supplied in a stuff bag NEW DESIGN, HIGH PERFORMANCE SLEEPING BAGS ADAPTED FOR FISHING FROM THE MOUNTAINEERING INDUSTRY. THREE DIMENSIONAL BOX DESIGN ENSURES EXTRA SPACE WITHOUT EXCESSIVE WIDTH.
PAGE 23 James Vincent JRC Team UK James Vincent Team UK Robert Valkeneer JRC Team Netherlands Robert Valkeneer Team Netherlands HOW TO MINIMIZE CONDENSATION IN A BIVVY The JRC twin skin bivvies have been specifically designed to stabilise the temperature within the shelter by the inclusion of an outer cover and a breathable inner skin. Bivvy condensation is created by the extreme difference between the outer and inner temperature of the material. By creating a thermal layer between the two skins all problems involving condensation are eliminated and the conditions within the living section of the bivvy will remain warm and dry. In the warmer weather the bivvy will remain cool, as the heat is held back on the outer skin and the vented inner allows cooler air to circulate. In the colder months this process works in reverse and the heat will be retained in the inner dome whilst the moisture created will be vented away through the breathable panels. In all bivvy use condensation can be reduced by using a ground sheet to prevent moisture rising from the ground and adequate venting to allow a good circulation of air. Started fishing at the age of 5 with my father using massive hooks and even bigger lumps of bread flake, watching as the fish took the bait in the Little Ouse at Brandon. I used to match fish as a junior and converted from match fishing into Carp fishing about 16 years ago after realising that using bite alarms wasn't so bad after all. I still try to keep my hand in fishing for pike through the winter on numerous local haunts with a few zander caught too. I traded a carbon fibre mountain bike for my first carp setup and started fishing for the carp in the local pond. I then went on my first visit to a commercial carp water, all the way over to France for a week, I'd only ever done a couple of overnighters prior to this week long trip. This got me the bug for French fishing after catching the second biggest carp in the lake ' Double D' at 49lb. I soon realised with my limited time and working away in London a couple of weeks a year away to France was all the fishing I could manage and that was how it continued for a number of years. I have tried to concentrate on my English fishing for the last couple of seasons, I've joined and plan to fish a lake where a new PB is possible and I'm really looking forward to it, had a couple of smaller ones so far this season. I still don't have the huge amount of time to angle that one wishes for due to family commitments but any spare time I get I do try to spend it on the bank. I also run a very small carp syndicate on a stunning 1960' s gravel workings, learning as I go.. Age 36 yrs Worked for BT for 20yrs since leaving school 2005 caught World Record Carp Brace, consisted of the two largest in Croix Blanche caught within 16 hours of each other. 67.12 and 60.10 along with some other twenties, thirties, forties and fifties... Been sponsored by JRC since 2006 Like most people, I started my hobby chasing small roach and bream. I started catching carp when a good friend of mine asked me to join him surface fishing in the city pond. There it happened, I caught my first carp off the surface! Now despite all the modern techniques and methods I still find the most exciting way to catch carp is from the surface.