Ron Thompson Axellerator Rod
Ron Thompson Axellerator Beachcaster 13ft 6in 4 to 8oz 2sec The Axellerator Beachcaster is crafted from IM7 carbon, this rod has loads of power and is at home on heavy ground as well as clean beaches. The rod is Ideal for the North East Coast where you will encounter rock marks, heavy ground and cliff fishing. The rod has the power to lift up piers and cliffs when coupled with a powerful multiplier such as a Penn 525 Mag2 or Daiwa slosh. The Axellerator has a truly superb action and suitable for extreme distance casting. Fuji Silicon Carbide Rings. Highest quality Japanese shrink wrap. In our opinion at North East Tackle Suppplies Ltd this Ron Thompson rodis one of the finest on the market for its price.
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