Greys Apollo MK3 Beachcaster A shore rod with a classic heritage, yet we have gone and taken it further. Using the knowledge we have gleaned from building successive generations of Apollo rods, we now present the Mk3 13ft and 14ft. The new Apollo rods have a slimmer parallel butt section and will feel a little crisper in use than the Apollo rods of the past to give greater lead control during the cast. These rods have been extensively tested in all kinds of conditions (some would call this rod testing another excuse for indulging in our passion, that being going fishing, but we will leave that up to you) and we firmly believe we have now created what could be called the ultimate rough ground tools. Rods that can be used almost anywhere though, but with serious guts in it to wrench fish through weed infested rocks, go to the Apollo when fishing gets tough. Reel grip is assured by secure use of our patented Slide-Lock reel seat over our comfortable Sure-Grip shrink tube.
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