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Poles for Big fish shallow

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  • Poles for Big fish shallow

    I am currently looking to replace my old pole, a maver powerlite original. Nothing wrong with strengh but can be cumbersome over 13m.

    What I require is a pole capable of handling big carp upto 18lb which can be caught regularly shallow at lengths over 13m. I have narrowed my search done to

    A tourney pro
    A Power legion
    Garbolino G force power.

    Options 2 and 3 are supposed to be power poles so should cope well enough but not sure on option 1.

    The later two are also a lot cheaper and would leave money spare for top kits.

    What are your thoughts????????
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    Tourney pro
    57.14%
    4
    power legion
    14.29%
    1
    garbolino g force
    28.57%
    2
    other
    0.00%
    0
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  • #2
    Keith, the tourney pro is deffo up to the job. Alot of people use them at Viaduct where there are some big fish, with lots in the 8 - 12lb bracket. My mate was told by the local oik's to put vespe elastic through only 1/2 of his top kit, with the rest braided up. He had them to 14lb doing that.

    My choice tho' would be the G force power. A mate of mine has one, on one occasion, he was getting done on 8lb maxima, but didn't have a care in the world. With the cost savind, you could buy a good few top kits. For the Gforce, you can buy super power kits.

    Hope this helps.
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    • #3
      Just take the no 1 section out of the tourny pro and you could put a rope in it

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