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First bite first time out he has bagged himself a 36kg fish which I picture below.
Proving my point that you do not need a stiff rod to land big fish.
This is the perfect stick for baiting precisely up to 100yds, and the light weight makes it all less effort. If you are thinking about a new custom rod or set of rods now is the time to talk to them.
One that might catch your eye is Mark Tunley who has a new website at Monday 24th October 2011 Todays Facebook post is about Rodmaker magazine which I can recommend to any of you who do your own rod building.
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The centre seems to have grasped the essence of a better way of living and using energy and other resources long before the popular acceptance of the need to look after our planet better. Tuesday 18th October 2011 I have been asked to provide the weights for the Kigan rings used in the recent video, so here goes. 50 = 16.4g, 40 = 9.4g, 30 = 6.7g, 25 = 4.4, 20 = 2.9, 16 = 1.9g 12T = 2.2g If you compare that to other premium brands, it is a low weight, and they are very flexible too, with no downside on durability or friction. Monday 17th October 2011 The Tackle and Gun trade show is still on but the hit new Harrison products of the first day were the new 12. The Trebuchet Light falls between the full power Trebuchet and the top of the Torrix range in terms of casting power.
A true l;ong range rod, it has been tuned to make it load up more easily in fishing situations.
We will have some interesting new products, here are a few.: Carbon throwing stick, Trebuchet Light Rod, Ultra Slim light "ST"carp rods in 2 1/2 to 3 lb test curve. They will be offered with an option of cork handles, and the 12' 2 1/2 is a very slender 11.6 mm just above the handle. In a carp fishing world which often tends to focus on distance casting, it is easy to forget that a lot of fish are caught at 100yds or less.
And it is a fact that although you may feel you have more control of a hard fighting fish and are applying more pull when you use a stiff rod, a lighter more flexible rod can sometimes beat the stiff rod in fish playing power, as well as having more elasticity to cope with sudden changes in direction.