The all new Anyfish Anywhere Fixed Spool Rod has been designed specifically for the fixed spool reel and adds quality to their red range.
The 14' 2 size has been introduced to the design for getting incredible distances with a fixed spool reel.
The Anyfish Anywhere GB FS 14' is absolutely perfect for anglers who like to use a fixed spool on the heavier mixed to rough marks. The GB FS Pro also has the power to cope with the larger fish which often lurk on these more demanding marks.
the build is up to Anyfish Anywheres normal high standard with Fuji BMNAG guides and an adjustable reel seat on the Japanese shrink handle.
Take a browse through all of our Anyfish Anywhere rods online today.
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