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this has probably been covered but here goes

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  • #16
    They are available and you could possibly get one for around 2,200 if you shop around.
    On the gathering storm comes a tall handsome man, in a dusty black coat and red right hand.

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    • #17
      Fosters
      doing a deal on them somewhere around £2200/£2300 With 10 top kits+ Spares package !!
      Colin

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      • #18
        also had a look at the new garbolino poles at the show, very nice poles and true length.

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        • #19
          looked at the garbo but I was told spares are a nightmare and that was from a big tackle shop so that's put me straight off so it look like tri cast for me went for another look and its a top top pole
          " its not how deep you go it's how you wiggle your worm "

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          • #20
            The Tri cast is a great pole but quite a few Good Anglers that i know have gone New Airity,
            At length it is far better balanced than anything else
            Tricast is considered very bouncy by most that own them
            20 Meter Bob did have 1 but sold it for that reason!!
            Colin

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            • #21
              i had the pro 2 out yesterday at 19 mtrs and very very little bounce if any at all i agree the older xs etc where very bouncy but in the pro2 theyve combatted it
              " its not how deep you go it's how you wiggle your worm "

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