You should bring with you apppropriate clothes to wear (depending on the time of year), some decent trainers or walking shoes from the months of January to April after this its normally sandals that have a good fastening or slip on water proof style beach shoe, this is because you will be going in the water with the fish… a lot!
A jacket is required from the months of January to May, and then again from October to January. You can bring some end tackle for carp if you only want to use your own end tackle. In the price for this year 2016 we include all that for you, but anglers being what they are may well wish to bring there own with them. We have lead weights here, but you do need to bring your own PVA bags scissors bolie needles stringer needle, boilie stops and your usual small little special pieces that you use, as like a lot of anglers there are those out there that do like to still bring there own bits with them.
You should also bring suntan lotion, a good hat to keep your head cool and sun glasses.
If you suffer from any type of health ailment, heart problem, asthma or any other medical problem we have to clearly state that you are fully responsible for bringing your own medicine / medical supplies including: TABLETS, INHALERS, LIQUIDS, HEART PILLS, MACHINES OF ANY TYPE SUCH AS OXYGEN MACHINES – WE HOPE THIS CLEAR.
Please read this regarding Air travel hand baggage rules
Taking liquids in your hand
Wherever possible you should pack liquids in your hold baggage, as there are restrictions on the amount you can take in your hand baggage.
- all drinks, including water, soup and syrups
- cosmetics and toiletries, including creams, lotions, oils, perfumes, mascara and lipsticks
- sprays, including shaving foam, hairspray and spray deodorants
- pastes, including toothpaste
- gels, including hair and shower gel
- contact lens solution
- any other solutions and items of similar consistency
If you need certain liquids during the flight, you can take them into the cabin in limited quantities as follows:
- containers must hold no more than 100ml
- containers must be carried in a single, transparent, re-sealable plastic bag, which holds no more than a litre and measures approximately 20cm x 20cm
- contents must fit comfortably inside the bag so it can be sealed
- the bag must not be knotted or tied at the top
- each passenger can carry only one of these bags
- the bag must be presented for examination at the airport security point
Containers larger than 100ml (excluding essential medicines) will not be allowed through the security point even if they are only part full.
Essential medicines, including inhalers and liquid dietary foodstuffs
You are allowed to carry essential medicines of more than 100ml in your hand baggage, but you will need:
- prior approval from the airline and departure airport
- supporting documentation from a relevant qualified medical professional (eg a letter from your doctor or prescription)
Remember to take only what you need for your journey. Extra supplies and larger containers of medicine can go in your hold baggage.