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RODS & REELS
I, like so many people, used to own a set of the original Shimano Big Pits and benefited from years of their indestructible nature, huge cranking power and, of course, the Baitrunner system.
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Adjustable free spool and micro front drag
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The compact big-pit reel has become a popular concept of late. All the casting ability and line capacity meets a more lightweight construction making them lighter.
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• A near DPS reel seat meets 30T carbon-composite construction for a great performing budget fishing rod
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• 7ft, two-piece stalking rod
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Since Fox’s Warrior blazed a trail some seven or eight years ago, carp rods at the lower end of the budget spectrum continue to get better and better.
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When I first received the CAST’IZM I thought it had been sent in error. It looked and felt sublime but I wrongly assumed that it was a heavy-duty feeder reel, so I e-mailed Stephen McCaveny at Daiwa to ask where it needed to be.
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Greys has long been recognised as a top rod manufacturer and the Prodigy range has stood the test of time and accounted for some extraordinary catches along the way.
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Of late, it’s become extremely fashionable to own a set of big-pit reels regardless of the venue that you fish, well these little black beauties are set to change the trend.  
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I remember my first set of Shimano Baitrunners, which I bought many years ago from Brentwood Angling Centre – actually I remember how happy I was when they were delivered. They were superb and, as far as I was concerned, I was the bee’s knees for owning a set.
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I have been using the XTs for six months now and they have been nothing short of fantastic.
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