Garbolino Essential Method Feeder Rods

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PGPID18092035

Key Features

  • HM carbon construction
  • Ultra slimline blank
  • Quality lined guides
  • High density Eva/duplon handle
  • Screw down reel fitting
  • Three push in carbon tips
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GOFRF8442300-2M Length: 10ft / 3m, Casting Weight: 60g, Sections: 2 + 3 Tips (Carbon: 1-1oz ,5oz & 2oz)
£154.99
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GOFRF8442330-2M Length: 11ft / 3.3m, Casting Weight: 60g, Sections: 2 + 3 Tips (Carbon - 1-1.5-2 oz)
£189.99
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Boasting a high modulus carbon construction, which gives them an impressive yet lightweight strength, these three section feeder rods from Garbolino's Essential range come supplied with three quiver tips – a glass 3/4oz, carbon 3/4oz, and a carbon 1oz – giving you exceptional sensitivity and rapid bite detection on any venue.

Long cork/EVA blend handles, mounted to extra large butt guides, add power to the sensitivity of these rods, creating an impressive tackle choice that's perfect for targeting bream, skimmers, roach, and hybrids, bringing feel and force together to create an unrivalled performance experience, at an attractive price for the improving coarse angler.

These Garbolino feeder rods are 12ft in length, with a casting weight of 70g. Developed by anglers Darren Cox and Alan Scott, these are rods made with active anglers and performance lifestyles firmly in mind.  Watch your line ripple smoothly through the anti-tangle K-guides, and enjoy the feel and action of a rod that's made for mixed commercials.

Garbolino's Essential range is all about making it easy for anglers to find quality, reliable tackle at a price that won't break the bank, and these 12ft feeder rods fit in with that range focus perfectly. Whether you're setting up your first angling arsenal, or you're looking to add some additional tackle to a basic kit, these rods are definitely worth a second look.

 

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