Best 1 Man Bivvy – Top Day Shelter and Night Fishing Tent

Which is the best 1 man bivvy day shelter and night fishing tent on the market? It offer much more protection from the wind, rain or sun during the day, plus the strong reinforced, waterproof material keeps you warm and dry at night. Specially design for our unpredictable weather, this bivvy is quick and easy to erect, due to it’s innovative pop-up system, is simple to collapse and roll up to a compact, lightweight and easy to carry size. Almost as fast as a fishing umbrella or everyday brolly!

The Fox Bivvy also comes with built in ground sheet, is large and spacious inside and protects against sudden downpours, a great place to relax and cook lunch when carp fishing overnight, works brilliantly for sea fishing on the beach and coarse fishing on the riverbank.  The high quality, durable rib construction bivvy boasts a strong  reinforced fiberglass frame, sturdy zips, infill panel, storm poles, groundsheet, overwrap, skull cap, insect panel, tension straps, carry bag and velcro sealed flaps.

This very portable and versatile bivvy is large (almost 2 man bivvy size) enough for a bedchair, stove and heater, is very user friendly and great value for the money.  The bivvy placed at number one was the best we reviewed out of a range of day shelters, other manufactures included offerings from Argos, eBay, Aldi, Westlake, Angling Direct, Korum, Go Outdoors, NGT, Fox r-series, TF Gear airflow, Amazon, Avid Ascend, Trakker, Saber, and Decathlon.

The pro Fox EOS bivvy comes with full instructions, has fast delivery throughout the UK and can often be found on sale at local tackle shops, along with tables, lights and other accessories.. Every fisherman encounters those horrible windy and wet days on the bank, and having a quick to put up bivvy can make them a little more bearable. Pop-up, hammer in the pegs and take shelter!

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