Bass / estuary rod

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Mickytommo
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Bass / estuary rod

Postby Mickytommo » Sun Jun 07, 2015 4:11 pm

Firstly, as I'm new to the site Hi all!
Wondered if any of you had any recommendations for a good light Bass / estuary rod for use 'touch' fishing?
I don't want to pay a fortune but also don't want something that will only last 5 mns!
Looking at something 11 to 11'6" casting up to 4oz max.
Thanks! :D

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Greg Barratt
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Re: Bass / estuary rod

Postby Greg Barratt » Sun Jun 07, 2015 4:15 pm

Welcome to the site. There's a wealth of information and experience here- and a novice sea angler like me couldn't go wrong following events here.
Concerning bass rods,
I've got a daiwa d series- 11' 6", 2-4 oz; it's light as a feather, and you can feel everything through it.
:)
Greg

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Re: Bass / estuary rod

Postby Steve Duffy » Sun Jun 07, 2015 4:45 pm

I use a Shimano Beast Master BX Bass 128.Use it out on the Hoyle.Can't fault it.
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Mickytommo
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Re: Bass / estuary rod

Postby Mickytommo » Mon Jun 08, 2015 7:37 pm

Thanks guys appreciate your time! :clap:

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Re: Bass / estuary rod

Postby Crossbones » Wed Jun 17, 2015 7:35 pm

I've got a penn powerstix. 11'6 and casts to three ounce, used it for float fishing and even for spinning off the rocks. Taken lots of abuse over the thee years I've had it and still looks good....60 quid ish new
Simon


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