Wednesday, 27 March 2013

New Products

Hi everybody

We’ve received a small batch of Herring and LT94 Fish Meal.
Please click here for more information and prices.
 
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Delkim - ES Indication Set added to range
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Following the success of the NiteLite Pro and DuoCarb, Delkim has added to its range of accessories with the launch of the exciting new ES Indication Set.
 
The ES Indication Set combines two new products, the ES NiteLite Pro and the ES DuoCarb which are designed to be used attached together in all conditions, but still allowing the ES NiteLite Pro to be used as a free hanging bobbin if required.
 
Field testing has shown that used in conjunction with the new Smart Clip the ES Indication Set gives total flexibility using any combination of slack, right through to tight lines.
 
The combination of the ES NiteLite Pro/ES DuoCarb results in a complete visual bite indication system that is Extra Short - Extra Slim - Extra Sensitive - Extra Stable - Extra Stylish.
 
For more info and prices please click here
 
Have a super week!
Team Henkor

Thursday, 28 February 2013

FISH CARE CLINIC

FISH CARE CLINIC

QUESTIONS BY DAVE CHILTON - KRYSTON TACKLE

Updated by Henry de Beer 28 February 2013
Like humans, fish also need medical care, but as no hospitals are available to them, you the angler, must play doctor.

What is Klin-ik?

Kryston Klin-ik is a totally safe approved laboratory formulated anti-
bacterial treatment suitable for all coarse fish. All of its ingredients have a proven track record of successfully combating infection. Within the solution you will find ingredients which are found in an operating theatre, a dentist and a vet. A team of specialist in their fields following lengthy consultation with MAFF eventually arrived at the formulation. 50% of the contents are produced from natural ingredients and it contains the most powerful anti-viral agent known to man. It also contains antibacterial, fungal and parasiticed agents. A great deal of time, research and effort went into the making of the formula with the directive that it be totally safe to both man and fish.


Read the rest of the Kryston Klin-ik Article.

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Essential Carp Care

Essential Carp Care

by Alan Stagg

Updated by Henry de Beer 28 February 2013


Caring for your catch is a vitally important aspect in the sport of carp fishing. It is the responsibility of all anglers to ensure their catch is treated with the utmost respect, and returned to the water without harm i.e. in the same pristine condition as it left the water.





Having studied at Sparsholt College, the UK’s premier aquaculture college, I have learned that good fish care practice is an essential requirement for all anglers and a lot can be learnt from watching experienced anglers deal with their catch.


By ensuring the fish are given this care, damage is avoided and we can be happy that we have cared for the fish whilst they are out of their natural environment, but it also means that the fish will be in perfect condition for the next lucky angler that tempts the specimen. Another by-product of this care is also that good handling allows a fish to continue growing at its optimum growth rate as when ever there is damage some of the fish’s resources will naturally be used to repair wounds or sores.

Being organised whilst carping is paramount and will help any fish handling run smoothly, as things like unhooking mats, weigh slings, forceps and scales will all be close at hand. This allows for a quick and swift unhooking, weighing and return of your prised capture.....


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Wednesday, 23 January 2013

Carp Fishing Top Tips For Braided Main Line

Carp Fishing Top Tips For Braided Main Line

By Henry de Beer 

 As there is almost zero stretch in braid the fight from a carp on braid (compared to monofilament) is unreal as the feelings transmitted through the braid are magnified 50 times over those of mono.
Some anglers are terrified that the hook is going to pop out at any given second and it can be a bit heart-stopping at first as you will feel every head-shake the carp makes.
Some suggest the use of a leader to help soften this.
Others disagree as they say that they always feel in complete control throughout the fight.

The main tip here would be to play the carp a bit more gingerly until you’re used to what you can, or cannot, get away with and try to keep a tight line on the fish all the time; this prevents any movement of the hook.
One thing you do have to watch is when tightening up after casting out; you have to do it much more gently than you would with mono. Because you are in direct contact with the lead and sudden movement can dislodge the lead, especially if you are fishing on the slope of an island or the side of a bar, you could even pull the rig from a clear spot into the weed.

If you are going for a big chuck and you hook it over, it will take skin off; so always use a finger guard (finger stall) or a Gardner Casting Glove for casting.

Make sure your rod is firmly anchored as some of the takes can be frightening; with rods pulled into the water if the baitrunner is set too tightly.

There are several kinds of braid available, but for long distance fishing (300 meters plus) buy a sinking braid, rather than a floating braid.

With floating braids you can ‘anchor’ the line (with the help of line weights such as captive backleads) below your rod tips (watch out for crabs; suspend slightly off the bottom) and at the region of your hook length (with the help of flying backleads) but most of the middle of the line will float on top off (or just below) the water surface; easily picked-up by trolling motors etc. on boats and canoes.
Sinking braids are very thin (compared to mono), yet extremely strong for its diameter and ideal for long distance fishing (300 meters plus) with bait boats or canoe; and although they are quite expensive, and spooling-up three big pit reels with braid will initially be a costly exercise, they could easily last you two or three seasons; much longer than mono. 






Sunday, 20 January 2013

Gardner Tackle Sausage Rolling Tables


Gardner Tackle Sausage Rolling Tables

Review by Henry de Beer


Made especially for Gardner’s Longbase Rolaballs (used to roll boilies), the Sausage Rolling Tables are double-sided, thus they enables you to roll and cut sausages in two different thicknesses; either 12/16mm, 14/18mm or 20/22mm. 

Quick and very simple to use (even with stiff mixes) the Rolling Tables does the job of producing perfect sausages – leading to consistently round boilies every time.
Form your boilie mix into a rough sausage and then place it on a smooth, flat surface like a table.
Using the correct side (for the size of boilies you are making), place the Rolling Table over the mix and slide from side to side, rolling the mix into a smooth, even shape. You should feel the Rolling Table moving down-wards as the sausage is formed to the correct size. When the Rolling Table cannot drop any further (and is dragging on the rolling surface) you know the sausage is the perfect thickness. Then all you need to do is trim the sausage to the required length (using the tables cutting edges) and then transfer it to your Rollaball Longbase to form the boilies.
Simple and easy!

For really large quantities I would recommend that you use Gardner’s giant rolling table called the Baitmaster Adjusta-Table that will roll sausages from 8mm up to 28mm. 

Some mixes have a tendency to expand at the sausage stage and this can affect the roundness of the finished bait. The Baitmaster Adjust-Table is provided with intermediate settings specifically to solve this problem. Simply turn the dials clock-wise one click from the required setting, e.g. if you want 18mm baits try the 17mm setting on these mixes.

Watch a movie on how the Gardner Tackle Sausage Rolling Tables work.




Friday, 11 January 2013

Gardner Tackle Rig Handbook


Gardner Tackle Rig Handbook

The Ultimate Rig Guide’

Review by Henry de Beer


When times are hard and cash is far from easy to come by it’s always nice to get a freebie. So to help your angling improve and keep a bit of cash in your pocket, Gardner Tackle has nowreleased their own Rig Handbook. 


This handy 34 page booklet is packed full of useful hints and tips hints that will help everyone from beginners to experienced anglers improve their fishing.

‘The Ultimate Rig Guide’ features step by step instructions on how to put together 8 tried and tested hooking arrangements with info from numerous Gardner Tackle team members. 

This well illustrated rig manual is very handy to pop into your carryall or tackle box for short sessions, just to offer some on the bank advice when all else has failed. 

It also features some very useful sections describing different lead arrangements, and explaining when to use them. Plus loads of information on all of the Gardner Tackle hook patterns, rig materials and vital accessories that are required to make your rigs work and perform how they were designed to. 

So in the words of the Gardner Tackle Team ‘This booklet offers an invaluable (common sense) look at some of the most effective rigs available to both the carp and specimen angler and we know it will help our customers put more fish on the bank over the coming months’

You can pick up your FREE copy of the Rig Handbook ‘The Ultimate Rig Guide’ from HENKOR at 784 Trumper Street, Waverley, Pretoria. Tel: 012 3320179) or download a PDF e-version by clicking HERE




Tuesday, 11 December 2012

Henkor Christmas Specials

Christmas Specials

Christmas Specials

Prices valid from 30 November to 22 December 2012
OR while stocks last!
 
 
 
 

Climax CULT SINKING Braid 1200m - R1299.95


FTB XZ12000 Big Pit Reels - R499.95


Wychwood Epic Bite Alarm - R999.00


Wychwood Epic Bite Alarm Set - 3 Rods - R3899.00


Wychwood Epic Bite Alarm Set - 4 Rods - R4899.00




Henkor Christmas Specials.

Henkor - Specimen Carp Fishing Tackle & Baits



 
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