We've just received a press release from the guys at Nash Tackle with some great news about their latest free DVD:
Yes it's true, in a first for Nash and probably a first for carp fishing, we bring you the latest, greatest FREE DVD from Nash for 2012 online on Nash TV as well as on DVD!
As well as the convenience of picking up a free DVD from your local tackle shop and sitting back and watching it on TV, the media team at Nash have also made the full DVD available on the Nash YouTube channel, Nash TV (www.nashtv.co.uk).
Now anglers will be able to keep up to date with all the latest developments and the amazing stories and captures by simply going to Nash TV on YouTube and hitting the play button!
Not only this, but as it is online, Nash have also made it available in glorious HD so you can see every detail even better and soak in even more atmosphere from all the carpy visuals!
Simply change the viewing 'settings' to '720p HD' by clicking on the cog shaped button, bottom right of the YouTube player and sit back and enjoy a nice shiny look at Nash for 2012!
To ensure you don't miss out, go to: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PX-vK8GVhm4 and let us do the rest...
"The Nash Tackle Revolution continues. In this fascinating and inspiring film we look back at 2011 and the Nash team of anglers, their fishing, the results and the tackle and methods they adopted to bring success. We take you on a journey charting the success of some of the UK's top anglers - northern legend, Jamie Clossick, relives the account of his capture of Mr Angry, the Lancashire record, at 44lbs 06oz and Nick Burrage shows us how he set about devastating Shropshire's famous Mangrove Lake. Famous named anglers and carp are not the only stars, either. Throughout the film, you will see the new and exciting range of Nash tackle and bait for 2012 being put through its paces, and we'll follow the journey of young Nash Tackle employee, Mike Harding, a newcomer to carp fishing and mentored by Kevin Nash, who goes from catching singles to the carp of his dreams. Features unseen footage of Jerry Hammond's amazing 50lb common, caught on prototype Zig Bugs. Nash 2012 -- instructional, informative, inspiring -- an unmissable watch!"