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Rod/brand reccomendations

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  • Rod/brand reccomendations

    Hi, I am fairly new to fishing. I have been fishing on and off for a while, but would like to step up my game a little. I have been told my rod will handle some of the bigger fish. I was also told it was for both legering and float. Can this be, or do you need a different rod for each ? If so what would you recommend ? Just say if you would like to hear what rod I have. Probably not great, but I don't think it's bad to be honest.

    Thanks, Ant

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    Depends if your rod has a muti tip as in you can buy rods that can be used as a float rod or waggler and a feeder rod but those type of rods come with different tips one for float and then 2 or 3 tips for feeder fishing. Hope this helps.