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WIN! NEW Wychwood Boat Seat

We’ve teamed up with Wychwood Game to offer one lucky reader the chance to win one of the NEW Wychwood Boat Seats worth £124.99.

The two main factors of a good boat seat are comfort for a whole day afloat and the ease of which it can be carried from your vehicle to the boat and vice-versa. This new boat seat from Wychwood ticks both boxes. Built from boxed aluminium for maximum strength and durability this lightweight seat folds down neatly and can be easily carried and stored when not in use.
The mesh back and seat has plenty of give to allow for comfortable seating and rainwater runs off it very easily to ensure you don’t spend all day with a wet backside. The high back rest gives plenty of support and stability making the day afloat nice and comfy.

When not in use, the seat folds down flat making carriage and storage far better than many of the standard boat seats.

Expect to see plenty of Wychwood boat seats on a reservoir near you in 2020.

At A Glance

  • Excellent comfort and durability
  • Robust aluminium construction
  • Fits most boats and thwart boards
  • Mesh seat and back panel allows water to drain away quickly
  • 360-degree rotation


For your chance to win this NEW Wychwood Boat Seat, simply answer the following question:

In Issue 8 of Today’s FlyFisher magazine Wychwood ProTeam Member Tim Joyce talks about the success of his competition team. What is the name of this team?

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Competition closes on Friday 28th August 2020.

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  • The magazine is a really good read and very enjoyable. Particularly with the recent virus lockdown. The only omission that grates slightly is the paucity of of tackle information and types of tippets, line. knots and leaders sizes as given in the articles. With the greatest respect, not all of your readers are as anywhere near an expert as we would like to be, and it may just be a little old hat for those that do profess expertship, but for me and I’m sure I’m not alone the more detail the better. We want to learn. I must add that for me its not about catching fish, yes its good, but just being on the bank watching the wildlife and scenery and communing with nature is what its all about. Perhaps more detail about other animals, flora and fuana with a view as to how it affects our fishing might be a good slant to adopt. Also, not being as well healed as some, some of the equipment prices look to be slightly obscene, could lesser value fishing kit be reviewed.? As in for instance, how do Shakespeare budget Agility 2 and Agility Rise rods compare to the more exotic brands?