The Super Match owes much to a past legend in sea angling called Dave Docwra. Dave was an international angler with a vast amount of experience and records under his belt. His design input was embedded in Super Match and thousands of anglers have benefited from the unique action. Surprisingly the design is based on a slightly more powerful butt than the sport and a tippier tip than the Match! The new Super Match with Gearbox Design in the butt will deliver over both rough, mixed and smooth ground. It will appeal to the specialist who banks on winning and delight an angler who wants accuracy and needlepoint sensitivity.
For more information about the Century Tip Tornado Super Match Rod 13ft 6in please visit the Century web site by following the below Link
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