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Graphite extremes

Posted: Tue Aug 28, 2007 2:05 am
by Mully
Now these rods I really do love, they can handle a beating. I use mine for bait flicking for jew and bream and they are tough as guts.
I have treated mine pretty rough and it still goes on and on..

I have the 6 footer and 8 foot versions the 8ft is great for shore bream fishing on a beach where you need a little bit more flick....

The Graphite Extreme series is a versatile range of rods that is well suited to many applications in Australian waters. They are especially suited to many spinning applications, from casting plug style lures to throwing metal lures off rocks and surf beaches, as well as some soft plastics fishing.

Graphite Extreme rods feature high-modulus graphite blanks with a Kevlar wrap throughout the entire blank for added strength. The spiggot ferrule join eliminates the flat spot effect that is often found in two piece rods. Other features include a Japanese style reel seat configuration, Zircon Carbide guides and a folding hook keeper.


Tica classic 8-14lb

Posted: Tue Aug 28, 2007 2:11 am
by Mully
Another of my little babys ,I dont mind the tica rods they are good value.

This rod from Tica is a rod made for Australian conditions, with a medium to fast taper for hard fighting fish and a good strong butt section for pulling fish out of snags. Made from matt green graphite for light casting weight, yet delivers great strength, ensuring this rod will be one of your most favourite. With cork grips for comfort and a non-slip grip for when you have to put alot of pressure on that stubborn lunker.