Bivvy Brolly Fishing Umbrella – green
$61.15 Including VAT
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Bivvy Fishing Umbrella – BIVVY BROLLY – the umbrella bivvy shelter from Rob McAlister Ltd.
Bivvy Brolly, the Bivvy Fishing Umbrella is designed to protect you from the rain, wind and sun…
Ideal for the riverside, beach, garden or picnics.
This big 78” umbrella shelter is great for all kinds of outdoor activities, including:
· Sporting events
· Dog shows
· Landscape painting
· Event marshalling
· Star gazing
· School sports days
· Regattas …. or just out and about, enjoying the countryside.
Using an umbrella style frame means you can erect your bivvy shelter in moments. It uses a PU coated 210D Oxford polyester fabric with a hydrostatic head of 1500 mm and PU tape on all seams to help keep out the rain.
The big 8 panel frame and ribs are made using a substantial 4 mm steel rod ensuring strength and longevity. It uses an adjustable length, removable black steel central pole with variable tilt mechanism and ground spike. You can leave it fitted for extra support or unscrew it altogether to give you more space inside. We recommend you have the pole attached for opening, though it will work fine without.
Big wraparound sides on the Bivvy Brolly Fishing Shelter help keep the rain out. These come with strong, light fibreglass uprights and have moulded fittings for guy lines at the top, pegs at the bottom. A moulded top piece is provided for you to attach an additional guy-line in bad weather, if necessary. It all comes in a matching green carry bag.
BivvyBrolly Fishing Shelter Dimensions
Peak height 134 cm
Depth (front to back) 110 cm
8 x 110 cm long spokes/ribs
Packed length 120 cm
(All sizes approx.)
Comes complete with 9 x Pegs and 2 x Guy-lines
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Jim Willis –
Worked perfectly for my fishing trip, protected me from the rain and wind. Looking forward to many years of good service from it. Thank you for sorting out the delivery problem caused by my stupidity giving you the wrong address!
Michael Davies –
I love the outdoors and going fishing gives me great pleasure. But I hate the rain. This was bought for me as a Christmas present by my daughter. I’m finding it a very useful thing to keep in the boot of my car with the rest of my tackle. Now if it starts to rain I don’t have to pack up and go home. Also, I think I might be catching more fish. Do you think its the rain that brings them out?
Derek Hathaway –
This is a great product, kind of a halfway house between an umbrella and a bivvy fishing tent. What I like about it is just how quick it is to set up. Great for keeping dry and the wind off but have also used it as a sunshade.
Firstly, it is important to make the distinction between a shelter and a bivvy. A shelter is often called a brolly or a brolly system in the angling world and the three terms are generally used interchangeably. Bivvies, on the other hand, are more like traditional tents in the sense that they have a fitted door front and ribbed construction. These tend to be used for longer sessions and plenty of anglers will use a bivvy for a quick overnight session.