new advice on a light weight boat rod

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new advice on a light weight boat rod

Post by Phillb » Thu Feb 27, 2014 7:06 pm

hi guys
moving on from shore fishing ive been invited to a couple of boat fishing sessions for plaice off hayling. i was looking for some advice on a suitable boat rod and reel.

thanks
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Post by Phillb » Sat Mar 01, 2014 10:08 am

thanks for the advice guys, i'm going to pop into veals in bristol and have a look at the rods you've mentioned. what do you guys think of these multi tipped tod, with 12, 20 and 30lb tips.

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Post by rabbi2 » Sat Mar 01, 2014 11:30 am

The multi tipped rods are very handy especially when you need good bite indication for flatties and whiting thats where the 12lb tip comes in really handy the 20 and 30 tips are ok for general boat fishing and will cope with cod conger and skate.
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keith :D :D

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