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    I've got a birthday coming up and have decided to have a rod of my own after fishing with my husband's castoffs for the past couple of years. I want a lightweight rod - about 9 feet long - probably a feeder rod. I mainly fish on lakes. What would you recommend as a good quality rod. Probably £60 to £80 pounds. I fancied the TF Gear feeder rod but have heard mixed reports. Thank you for any advice.

  • #2
    angela ,have a look at garbolino rocket,around 30 pounds and a cracking rod,if you want to spend a bit more try drennan puddle chucker.RegardsOM

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    • #3
      hi angela you wont go wrong with these rods very good value you will also be able to afford 2 for £60 both garbolino rocket carp waggler 12ft £37.99 rocket carp picker 9ft version £22.99 10ft version £25.99 both supplied with three tips tightlines. dave

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      • #4
        Shop around there`s plenty 2 choose from.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by dave burrows View Post
          hi angela you wounlike their polesnt go wrong with these rods very good value you will also be able to afford 2 for £60 both garbolino rocket carp waggler 12ft £37.99 rocket carp picker 9ft version £22.99 10ft version £25.99 both supplied with three tips tightlines. dave
          These are Fantastic value & reliable
          Colin

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          • #6
            seen the new tri cast 8ft carp wand yesterday , really nice ????

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            • #7
              Originally posted by mat.m View Post
              seen the new tri cast 8ft carp wand yesterday , really nice ????
              How much ???
              never used to like the tips on Tri Cast they were always put over
              created flat spot
              Have they changed ??
              Colin

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              • #8
                Another vote for the Garbolino rods - absolute bargain and very very good.

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                • #9
                  The tri cast wand m8 aint got no flat spots and i will say its the strongest lightest thinest rod out there. I have put mine through its paces and it took it and wanted more. Smallest fish i have had on it 2oz roach largest to date 16lb carp. Its 8ft and is perfect for commies, or mid range work distance wise. Its so light you wont belive it £105 well spent. I know its a bit over your planned budget, but dont buy anything till you have tried it. (kicking yourself hurts)
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