Bentley Bentayga Fly Fishing by Mulliner Is for the Discerning Angler
Hey you! Yeah, you with the William Fioravanti suit and Allen Edmonds wingtips. Why are you going fishing like a commoner with a lowly Porsche Cayenne? The discerning angler demands a BENTLEY BENTAYGA FLY FISHING BY MULLINER!
Special tubes, trimmed in essential saddle leather with Linen cross-stitching, reside on the underside of the parcel shelf and hold four fishing rods. These accoutrements are not known to fly fishers in my homeland. A pair of landing nets in matching leather bags are stored in a carpet-trimmed hard pocket built into the side of the cargo area.
In the rear are three saddle-leather-trimmed units: a master tackle station, a refreshment case, and waterproof stowage trunk. Owners are encouraged to store their monogrammed waders in the hand-crafted and leather-wrapped wood trunk, as it’s lined with neoprene material. I, personally, store my waders on the floor of my grandfather’s 1986 GMC truck whose rusty floorboards allow for convenient water drainage.
Fortunately, all three units — the tackle station, refreshment case, and waterproof trunk – can be removed from the Bentayga’s boot when maximum luggage space is required, such as when disposing of the serfs you had removed from your castle’s forecourt.
TTAC fully expects these to outnumber F150s and Silverados on the banks of salmon rivers worldwide by this time next year. Those who show proof of ownership of a Bentley Bentayga Fly Fishing by Mulliner are permitted to pay for their local fishing license either in weak British pounds or broken Lucas Electrics.
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