21.12.12

FREE Digital Mag!

Here’s a nice early Christmas present for you, issue two of our FREE digital magazine, Thinking Tackle Digital is out now!

This issue has all the interactive features that TTD1 contained, including scrolling text and films embedded within features, which add to the wealth of tips and tricks at your fingertips. We’ve added full zoom facility, allowing you to pinch and zoom while navigating on your iPads, to get a closer look at the detail!

So, what does issue two contain? Well, there’s an incredible insight into the making of Underwater 7, from Ali Hamidi. Ali describes the highs and lows of the month-long filming process and answers questions that you guys posted to our Facebook page. We’ve also got Tom Dove in session, boilie fishing on Walthamstow. His feature includes footage of a cracking thirty pounder that he bagged live for the cameras, along with the tactics that he used to trick it!

We’ve also got insightful features from James Armstrong and the man who holds the World Record carp from ‘non-commercial’ waters, Belgian ace, Kurt van Cauwenbergh. Secret squirrel, Steve ‘Apache’ Cliff steps out from the shadows to give us a rare insight into his precise spodding approach, including how he makes the devastating spod mix that he formulated over many years fishing at Elstow and shows us the rig that he uses over the top. Staying on the bait theme, perfectionist bait boffin, Elliott Gray, shows you how he makes his very special cork-ball hookers!

Our review section gives you the inside track on the new products that Team Korda have been testing in their own angling. The new Trakker Cayman bivvy and Daiwa Mission rucksacks are reviewed by the gaffer, Danny Fairbrass, and Neil Spooner and Ali Hamidi run the rule over some special Mainline pop-ups and the new Smart Clips from Delkim respectively.

You can access it online right now at www.thinkingtackle.com/ttd2 or you can download it to your iPad from the iTunes AppStore by searching TT Digital. By downloading the app, you can browse the magazine on your iPad while you’re on the bank – you don’t have to be connected to the Internet. You can also access the magazine from the Korda Facebook page, via the Digital Magazine button at the top of the page.

We hope you like it!




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