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Preston g10 or Garbolino G10

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  • Preston g10 or Garbolino G10

    Hi guys if you had the money which would you choose? any comments welcome

    Fishaholic
    Fishing information website/ Carp /Fishing Tackle/Fisheries in kent/Fishing Bait/preston innovations/maver/diawa
    [url]www.alltackledup.co.uk[/url] - coarse fishing information website for the South East of England.

    [url]www.westmallinganglingonline.co.uk[/url]

  • #2
    me i would go for the garbolino g10 if i had the money that is. i have 4 poles all garbolino i have a neutron a f1 and a premier legion i just got 796 last week and what a pole every nice i got a good deal on it at rugby tack

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    • #3
      garbo every time had a waggle with the g10 at tacklefest awesome.i have the C/M garbo but the 10 is light years ahead.imo

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      • #4
        neither
        Drennan Zircon

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        • #5
          thanks for the replies guys, as there any more views anyone got either pole!
          [url]www.alltackledup.co.uk[/url] - coarse fishing information website for the South East of England.

          [url]www.westmallinganglingonline.co.uk[/url]

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          • #6
            the zircon is cack!

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            • #7
              why do you say that partridge???

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              • #8
                Well while we're on the subject ! does anyone have an opinion on the Maver 371 ?.
                I'm not rolling in dosh but I am in the lucky position of kids left school & have more money these days to spend on myself. I would like to get a real quality pole this time around (with plenty of tops), not because I have the skill to warrant one but just because I want a good one.... am I wasting my money going for an expensive pole... or are they worth it ? (I'm also looking at the Daiwa Whisker, both in the £1500 bracket)

                Thanks, Ian

                P.s. I was advised to stick with Maver or Daiwa because of availability of spares... was told to avoid Garbolino for same reason.... any comments ?

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Ian.B
                  Well while we're on the subject ! does anyone have an opinion on the Maver 371 ?.
                  I'm not rolling in dosh but I am in the lucky position of kids left school & have more money these days to spend on myself. I would like to get a real quality pole this time around (with plenty of tops), not because I have the skill to warrant one but just because I want a good one.... am I wasting my money going for an expensive pole... or are they worth it ? (I'm also looking at the Daiwa Whisker, both in the £1500 bracket)

                  Thanks, Ian

                  P.s. I was advised to stick with Maver or Daiwa because of availability of spares... was told to avoid Garbolino for same reason.... any comments ?
                  I've got a gARBOLINO g796 - & Whenever i've ordered spares or broke asection ( My fault ) they've always turned up within 7 working days !!

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                  • #10
                    Thanks for info mate & what do you reckon to your 796 ?

                    Must be the most frequently asked question & quite boring to the regulars (i.e. "whats the best pole blah blah blah ?" ) but it's not like you can borrow half a dozen for a day to test them out so the best you can do is ask someone elses opinion !

                    Thanks again

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                    • #11
                      the zircon is anything but cack

                      it's superlight, superstiff, comes with an unequalled spares package, and has a superb finish

                      770g at 13m, 1240g at 16m

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