bivouac

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bivouac

[′biv·ə‚wak]
(ordnance)
An encampment set up for a short period of time by using tents.
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August's top-scoring coarse fish, over 1lb and caught in UK waters between August 1-31, will net a stunning one-off Shakespeare Xtra Special prize package of a Cypry Excel Camou Dome bivvie complete with deluxe bedchair and carry bag.
He tops their records list with a fine 28lb 12oz specimen taken with not a bivvie, bedchair or boilie bait in sight.
It's your chance to have a crack at winning a roomy Shakespeare waterproof bivvie, big enough for two anglers.
Your weekend carpers are likely to relax on a bedchair in a lakeside bivvie until an electronic bite indicator signals action stations.
England and the Netherlands were the other countries in the competition in which each team was divided into pairs, fishing together around the clock from the shelter of bivvies and using electronic bite indicators to indicate a bite if they were sleeping during the night.
Their bivvies are falling in and cannot be worked on because of mud.
No bivvies or tents are to be used and no barbecues or fires are allowed either, although small stoves and angling umbrellas are acceptable.
The range now has a name - Avid - and will be hitting the tackle shops very soon including bedchairs, bivvies and accessories with a lot more on the way.