Producing a Throwing Stick is an unusual step away from Kordas speciality of leads and rig gear. Danny does nothing without good reason - his first experience of this baiting tool came at Shimano Linear fisheries in Oxford. Danny quotes: I was amazed at how light it was and was more amazed that I could actually use it effectively. Prior to using this design I simply could not use a throwing stick of any description - The Korda Eazi-Stik was born. Credit for the design has to go to long-range guru Frank Warwick. His knowledge of carping and his distinct northern styles are an invaluable asset to Korda. WHY KORDA EASI-STIK IS THE BEST ON THE MARKET: Long straight shaft- Because the boilie has to travel further before it leaves the stick more speed is generated - The faster the boilie travel the further it travels - field testing this length generated maximum speed without increasing the effort required to move the stick through the air. Made from ultra light polycarbonate plastic- Using this material makes the Korda Eazi-Stik incredibly light, making baiting effortless. It greatly reduces fatigue on your arm which is a major bonus because most sticks kill your arm. Take care though, accidentally hitting the ground on the follow through can damage this stick. Keep it out of direct sunlight in the heat of summer as prolonged exposure to temperatures of 25 degrees C can warp the shape. Thankfully this only applies to about four days of an English summer. Unique J shape- The bend in the end of the Korda Eazi-Stik is essential to its performance - This long J shaped bend increases back spin on the boilie - The back spin lifts the boilie in flight greatly increasing distance. (20cm) Ultra slim textured handle - The broken texture of this rubberised handle creates the right amount of friction with your hand to ensure a firm grip - This stops the stick twisting in your hand on the downward stroke keeping the baits straight. Great effort was put into keeping the handle as slim as possible - This substantially reduces fatigue on your forearm which a problem is found in most other throwing sticks. The handle was made 8inch long to allow one or two-handed grip.
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