43ft Telescopic fishing pole extra-light made of 99% super volume SVF carbon manufactured in Japan.
This brand new 43 ft compact telescopic pole rod provides superior portability, yet perfect recovery power, stiff maximum strength, outstanding sensitivity and great balance. The
Astonishing light weight
, 510g allows you to concentrate ground baits in very small areas of water with the utmost accuracy. Incredibly sensitive blanks are made of 99% High elastic and density SVF carbon
matches with high toughness epoxy resin, manufactured in Japan, using Japanese design, engineering and technology.
Anisomerous inner sections makes faster power transfer and better balance feel. Upgrade mandrill and graphite combination makes the rod with sensitive tip and powerful butt section with upgraded enhancement graphite design for better strength. Every blank has advanced minimum-abrasion and accurate joint system. All the way up cross wave graphite enhancement system make durable fighting match possible.
Light soft action
makes this rod perfect to detect the slightest bites, and still will have enough
and strength to land the hardest fighters.
allows to cover bigger area of fishing and helps to get you deep into the hard to reach places where large fish hide. All the blanks are painted with special High-class paint and water-proof material to make sure that the body is brilliant and durable.
This pole provides a tremendously wide variety of fishing off breakwaters and hard to fish areas, on the rivers, streams, jetties, lakes or ponds, and surf targeting
on a dry fly,
on live bait with a float,
Snapper (Baby Bluefish)
fishing from the shore,
, and many other game fish.
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Sale Price: $254.90
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- 99% High elastic density SVF carbon.
- 18 Telescopic sections.
- Nominal length: 43ft / 13m
- Folded length: 2.8ft / 84cm
- Exends to: 41ft / 12.2m
- Nominal weight: 18oz / 510g
- Diameter major: 31mm.
- Diameter minor: 0.7mm.
- Super ring structure.
- Special X-Joint.
- Soft cotton rod bag and hard plastic case.
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- Pole is designed to use without a reel.
- Last section has strong braid lilian string connected to the tip.
- This string greatly enhances the sensitivity of the pole for detecting slightest strikes.
- Line can be attached to lilian string with a single overhand loop on the connector.
Never lift your catch to land it, always play with the fish and use Landing Net, keep your rod low, at 45 degrees or less to avoid breaking tip or top sections. Always extend and insert telescopic sections very gently, try do not extend them too forcibly, try to keep it off the ground to avoid dirt getting into the joints. Wipe it clean with a cloth before taking it down so you don't jam dirt into the joint, rinse pole with freshwater after using it in saltwater as soon as you can. Always remember to
take a good care of your poles and they will work for you for a very long time and will bring you large amount of catches and a huge amount of great emotions. More great emotions - longer and healthier is your life.
Poles allow you to fish with a great level of precision and sensitivity. It is a very popular technique with match fishermen, and when used in the hands of a professional, can result in a huge weight of fish. It really is something you have to see and try to believe.
Several Pole Fishing techniques and methods are used for catching fish, it is great for all water types: canals, lakes, small stillwater or streams. You can 'bag up' when the fish are feeding, and also catch fish when other methods will fail. You can land big fish, including Carp, using a pole, and the advantages in skilful bait presentation are outstanding. Pole Fishing is an art form. Catching big fish on the pole is very challenging. It is a real pleasure to observe a fisherman skillfully handling a fishing pole and line. You can't even imagine the fun you got when gently move the pole against the fish to strike, ship the line to you, swing the fish to hand, unhook, re-bait and place pole back in the water ready for the next fish. Just once you try pole fishing, you'll ask yourself why it wasn't sooner.
The most credit for spectacularly growing popularity of Pole Fishing must be given to the tackle manufacturers who continue to produce cheaper, stronger, lighter poles each season. Best quality refers to Japanese equipment from Japanese materials. Design and engineering are concerned the Japanese technology is still the best in the world by far.