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  • Bream feeder rod ..

    Recommendations please for a gravel pit, bream feeder rod ......

  • #2
    What length are you looking for?

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    • #3
      daiwa connoisseur Z,11/13ft

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      • #4
        drennan medium feeder rod 11.6

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        • #5
          another vote for the conniosseur z 11/13 or if your wanting to go a little heavier lookout for an 11/13ft team daiwa matchlite.

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          • #6
            Connoisseur z 11/13 or amorphous whisker. Had a couple of chucks with one of the current connys and they seem decent kit too....
            MATRIX HALIFAX

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            • #7
              Normark 13ft Multi Tip with the optional bream tip, the best by test if you can find one
              John

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              • #8
                Why the Connoisseur z, isn't the Connoisseur X the better more expensive one.

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                • #9
                  Original Asaki blanked carbonactive 13 ft feeder still one of the best long range feeder rods
                  through action so not many hook pulls

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by dam View Post
                    Why the Connoisseur z, isn't the Connoisseur X the better more expensive one.
                    The z was the better and more expensive model. They still use the same theme on some of their current tackle, eg windcast s,x and z reels priced from cheapest to most expensive in that order.

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                    • #11
                      if anyone's got a 2ft section from a conny z apq i would be interested,i snapped mine last year.very good rod just wish it had screw reel fitting.

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                      • #12
                        shouldnt cost the earth to get a srew fitting on _ I got one put on a rod for a fiver (but me mate works in the tackle shop) - £15 / £20 i would think.

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