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We stock a full range of rods specially designed for pike and predator anglers. With spinning, light rock fishing, and drop shot rods among those in our arsenal, no matter your preferred angling style we have a rod for you.
Our range of pike and predator rods come in at a whole host of prices. So, whether you’re a novice or junior angler who is just looking to get started in the sport or you’re an old hat at pike and predator angling and you’re looking for a way to really up your game, we have the rods for you. We only stock the very best brands in the business and you’ll see a whole host of angling household names in our roster of suppliers. From Daiwa to Greys, to Sonik, we only stock the crème de la crème of pike and predator tackle brands. This way, no matter your budget, you can always experience the joys of owning a true world-class rod. We have an equally extensive reel range so don't forget to have a look around.
We’re all avid anglers, here at Angling Direct, and have always said that angling is much more than just our business – it’s our passion, too. That’s why we’ve worked hard to create a collection of truly exceptional rods and we’ve even designed our own range of pike and predator tackle. We’re proud to call the Advanta brand our own and we’ve designed a collection that even the most ardent pike or predator angler would be proud to have in their tackle portfolio. We’ve even teamed up with Lineaeffe to bring you incredible rod and reel combinations at a price that simply can’t be beaten.
There is a range of ways that you can catch a predator. For freshwater in the warmer months, pike fly fishing tackle is ideal. The right pike fly rod will increase pleasure and performance on open banks. We also stock a range of lure fishing rods that offer fast casting action. A lure rod in the UK waters will assist in jig fishing and long casting. Bass lure rods will land you a largemouth bass or pike whereas you can catch trout with a spinning rod. For optimal casting and middle of the road angling, a 9ft spinning rod offers a robust structure and often features small eyes and a forefinger grip trigger. A predator spin rod is very similar to bait casting rods which allow for the larger patterns when targeting the monster predators.
If you’d like any more information on any of the pike or predator rods we stock then please contact our customer services team. Available for a no-obligation chat about any of the products we stock, our team are equipped to assist with all aspects of your experience with us today.
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