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NEWS Polly joins Hinders H

inders, one of the UK’s leading bait companies, has appointed Mark

Pollard as a consultant. Mark’s remit is to develop a range of match and commercial baits for the Hinders brand. Mark is one of the UK’s leading anglers having represented England and is regarded as one of the best all-round anglers on any venue. Mark or “Polly” as he is known, brings a wealth of over 30 years angling experience to the company. The fi rst products from the range will be available mid-February.

Increase in Solar activity


ounded, and still run, by former World Carp record holder, Martin Locke, 2018 will be one of he biggest years in Solar’s long history. The company is preparing a whole host of new product launches, many of which will be unveiled at Carp Zwolle, Holland, this month. Alongside new P1 stainless products, new Titanium indicator heads, a relaunch of the Originals baits that helped build Solar’s reputation. It will also see the launch of Solar’s all-new SP Range. Martin Locke says: “I’m proud to say that the same attention to detail, skill and care goes in to the production of every item nowadays as it did when I started 30 years ago. This, along with the reputation Solar has built for invention and ingenuity, is key to our success.


SP Bankmaster Twin Rib

“This year is one of the biggest in Solar’s long history. This year you’ll see

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that we’ve turned our expertise to a huge new range of product in the SP range, with luggage, bivvies, bechchair, sleep systems and much more. The Originals see the baits that put Solar ‘on the map’ available once again and alongside the new Titanium indicator heads, P1 Sod Pod and additional stainless items, we’ve been busy. All of this while still maintaining our core, UK-based stainless production. “There are huge things

ahead, and we invite you to join us and be part of it.”


Bryan Jarrett, director at Hinders Bait, said: “We are thrilled that Mark has come on board, especially given the growing demand for Hinders Bait products. We look forward to Mark’s input and guidance as we develop the match and commercial bait arm of our business.” Mark Pollard commented: “I am delighted to have joined Hinders who are one of the UK’s leading carp and specimen bait suppliers. My approach will be very much hands-on throughout the process of developing the new range and I am excited to see the new products out on the bank.” Hinders Bait was established back in 1925 and is a leading carp and specimen bait supplier producing popular own-branded products including Betalin and Elips Pellets. To fi nd out how to become a stockiest, please contact Hinders directly.

HINDERS BAIT T 01793 333900 E W


dgar Brothers has appointed Robert Dunlea-Jones from Cheshire as its

new fi eld sales manager for northern England and Scotland.

Rob joins with a sales management

background and has experience in target rifl e, clay and game shooting and is also highly experienced in ammunition re-loading. Following a long career in the military, Rob continues to serve as a Major in the Queens Own Yeomanry reserves. Within his new role, Rob will be responsible for managing Edgar Brothers’ trade accounts in northern England and Scotland, visiting accounts and developing relationships with dealers. Working in partnership with the Edgar Brothers’ sales desk, Rob will be the key point of contact for his accounts to place orders, arrange product viewings or help answer any product-related questions.

Rob commented: “My role is to maintain professional business relationships with our clients, to be that honest and genuine person people can trust to provide accurate information. I want to develop a good rapport with my accounts that will continue business relations with Edgar Brothers for another 70 plus years.”


Edgar Brothers appoints new fi eld sales manager

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