Code Product Length Casting Weight Sections Weight No Of Eyes
52020 DAM METHOD FEEDER 3.60M / up to 60G 3+3 204g 10+6
The DAM Method Feeder Rod is a classic rod with parabolic test curve for fishing at medium distances, which has been specifically designed for the increasingly popular pellet feeder fishing. This three-piece rod holds lots of power in the reserve for casting and playing fish, but features a softer action in the middle section of the rod, which is very important to avoid hook pulls when playing hard fighting carp under the rod tip.
At North East Tackle Supplies we carry a wider range of DAM fishing products including the new DAM Method Feeder Rod. Get a new DAM Method Feeder Rod today online and why not match it with a new DAM reel.
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