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If you are new to drop-shotting these ready tied rigs are very useable, plus they give you some clues on rigging your own. They incorporate a clever knot that makes the hook position easily adjustable, and as you would expect from Daiwa, the components are top standard. Available in various…
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This is a tough-looking reel. New to the Jinza range, it has six bearings, a stainless steel shaft and machined brass pinion gears. With a carbon body and aluminium spool it also boasts a sealed front drag. At this price it’s quite a package. From £37 Contact www.grauvell.com Can't Find…
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This holdall has a nice simple design, and at 6ft 9in in length it will take most rods. Made from durable material it should last well, and it also features two side pockets for tripods and the like. With a padded carrying strap it looks up to the job. RRP…
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These non-return bait clips are designed to allow livebaits to be fished at distance by shore anglers. A suitable grip lead is cast to the required distance, then the bait clip, with hook snood and fish hooked on, is attached to the line and put into the surf, the livebait…
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Most anglers are justifiably proud of their knot-tying ability, and would probably have this tool at the bottom of their needs list. However, with cold fingers, in poor light, strong wind or on a bucking boat, this knot tying gadget can get you fishing again in double quick time. It’s…
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This is a good honest workhorse of a rod, and if you only do a bit of uptiding occasionally it is well worth a look. This 9ft 6in rod is built on carbon composite blanks and it will handle leads up to 10oz. The fittings are well above what you…
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The new Daiwa Crosscast Surf rods are designed for fixed-spool use with a casting range of 3 to 7oz. With stainless steel frame guides and aluminium joint rings, these three-piece rods range from 13 to 15 feet in length. Designed for long casts, the two longest rods have the potential…
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Paul Dennis gets hold of a rod that puts the fun back into fishing! I’ve been lucky enough to get out with the Tubertini Team England boat team on a couple of occasions, and I’ve been very impressed with their take on competitive boat angling, not least because of the…
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Paul Dennis remains impressed by Shakespeare’s tough boat rod!
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Exploring an alternative approach to wrasse fishing!
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The Inova Bait Binder system is rapidly gaining a following. The new, easy load design with an improved dispenser, and a clear top so that you can see which elastic you have loaded – and how much is left – are great selling points by themselves. But it’s the binder’s…
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