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Just a quick question 16mtrs and how many use full length

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  • Just a quick question 16mtrs and how many use full length

    Hi guys just wonderd how many of u have 16mtr poles and how often do actually use ur pole at full length.

  • #2
    I have, only use it at 16m in winter!!!!!

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    • #3
      16m section never comes out the bag. Don't care what pole you got, it's hard work fishing full length.
      I don't exaggerate... I just remember BIG!

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      • #4
        depends where i am fishing. If i can reach a feature i/e far bank or island then i will fish all day if getting bites and catching but rarely in open water 14.5 usually as far as i go.

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        • #5
          why do we have 16mtr s if hardly anyone ever uses em at full capacity weird

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          • #6
            Fish 16m a lot especially when fishing shallow as they back off.
            Will fish upto 18m if conditions allow or need to reach a feature.

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            • #7
              16mtr only if I have to. Waggler or tip rod otherwise. I bet I only get it out once a year

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              • #8
                Anyone who fishes at 16m, I take my hat off to. I never get the 14.5 m section out lol. Struggle with the 13m at times usually stick to 11m.
                Before you say its a heavy pole, its a Maver N27 getting old now(or is it me) but still lighter than most.
                Fair play to you.

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                • #9
                  Never used the 16m section, but see where its needed at some venues
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                  • #10
                    had a 16mtr pole allmost 3 years now,used it at 16mtr once,struggled to see the float and it was hard work,flicked a waggler out instead
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                    • #11
                      only use mine past 14.5 mtrs during if I need to reach a feature I will go to 18mtrs but I use a front pole support past 14.5mtrs

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                      • #12
                        Hardly ever use 16mtr section, but the thing is if its needed its there. Usually only use it at one venue normally Astwood fishery on the buddleia pool.
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                        • #13
                          my girl friend reckons i use at full length all the time! lol.

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                          • #14
                            Must admit, in the last 2 years ive fished 16m once, it crazy i spent loads on a pole fishable at 16m and now i dont bother.
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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Maver-Rich View Post
                              Hardly ever use 16mtr section, but the thing is if its needed its there. Usually only use it at one venue normally Astwood fishery on the buddleia pool.
                              Got told a saying 30 years ago and still true today."you are always better looking at it than for it."

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