Preston Innovations Monster Method Feeder 12ft

  • £89.99
  • (Delivery from £2.00)
  • RRP £99.99
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  • Assembled length – 12’’ (3.60m)
  • Transport Length – 184cm
  • Product Weight – 230g
  • Line Rating – 4 -10lb
  • Casting Weight – 75g
  • No. of Rings – 15
  • Supplied Tips – 3
  • Tip Diameter – 2.2mm
  • Handle Material – Cork with EVA Handle Grip

The Monster Method Feeder 12ft is a superb distance method feeder rod that can cast 60m+ where big fish are the target while still retaining a nice soft action to help ensure that every hooked fish ends up in the net.

Preston Innovations Monster Method Feeder 12ft

The 12ft Monster Method Feeder can also be effectively used as a distance bream rod and on rivers for chub and bream. The 12ft Monster Method Feeder is supplied with three varying strength carbon quivertips; 1, 1.5oz & 2oz.

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