Lure rod

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Re: Lure rod

Postby merseyboy » Sun Mar 13, 2016 9:06 am

Godders123 wrote:For that budget you won't go far wrong with the Grauvell Teklon Spin 802ML.

https://www.veals.co.uk/acatalog/teklon ... -1972.html


Agree, great rod for the shore and boat. Quality guides and a nice fast action which is good with hard lures. I've got a 832m and it's ideal for hard fighting Pollock and Bass. For me, one of the best lure rods for under £100..

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Re: Lure rod

Postby wobbler72 » Sun Mar 13, 2016 9:16 pm

merseyboy wrote:
Godders123 wrote:For that budget you won't go far wrong with the Grauvell Teklon Spin 802ML.

https://www.veals.co.uk/acatalog/teklon ... -1972.html


Agree, great rod for the shore and boat. Quality guides and a nice fast action which is good with hard lures. I've got a 832m and it's ideal for hard fighting Pollock and Bass. For me, one of the best lure rods for under £100..


Plus 1 from me too. The 802ml is a superb rod for the money.

I have the 832m too. I've use it for everything from drop-shotting for mini species through to Pollack and Wrasse in the graunch through to chucking out fathers for Mackerel. Great for Bream off the boats too. I've probably caught more fish on that one rod than on all the others I own
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