10 to 55g casting weight
Included Cloth Bag
Anyfish Anywhere Lure Rod 8ft Mk1 10 – 55grams 4 piece From soft baits with jig heads starting as low as 10grams, this rod will handle just about anything.
On the hard bodied lure front, it has the sort of tip that will impart life and action into any lure, diver or surface.
The 8'ft and the 9ft are very similar spinning rods, and the choice will always be yours. But think hard about which lures and soft baits you use and about where you are going to use them. That should inform your choice, NOT the so called received wisdom from yesteryear when all spinning rods were 9 feet.
We love the 8ft and think that for most UK lure anglers, it should now be the norm. And believe us, this rod will cast a lot further than you may think! These Anyfish Anywhere spinning rods are 4 piece and are ideal for travelling.
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Orders Outside Mainland UK
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