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  • Pole advice

    Looking at new poles, when would you use use match top 4's or 5's. Seems most more expensive poles come with at least match top 4's as standard. I have been used to cheaper poles with just match top 2's.

  • #2
    Deep water

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    • #3
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      • #4
        So if fishing deep, how many sections would you elastic run through? Say on a top 4

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          • #6
            Same set up as normal elastic wise.

            If you are fishing deeper than your match top kit then its handy having a spare No4 section so that you can hook your rig up on the last section.... especially if changing top kits / rigs during fishing.

            If you ONLY use one top kit during a session then it really does not matter.

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            • #7
              All cleared up now cheers, won't worry about a new pole with so many top 4's now. Thanks for the answers.

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