Wilson Gwme rods.

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Re: Wilson Gwme rods.

Postby Wolly Bugger » Mon Jun 19, 2017 5:59 pm

There was a massive run out sale on Nitro fishing rods. Sadly I didn't buy the coffins, I do however have 2 gulf streams and 2 gonzilla's.

Wound up get roller tips and roller stripper guides fitted to the gulf stream's but have yet to hook a tuna on them. Did hook a tuna an the Nitro Inshore spin which is rated at 10kg, started off thinking I was out gunned, but wound up loving the fight, is handled it easily, mind you it wasnt a barrel/



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Re: Wilson Gwme rods.

Postby rb85 » Mon Jun 19, 2017 6:22 pm

Wolly Bugger wrote:There was a massive run out sale on Nitro fishing rods. Sadly I didn't buy the coffins, I do however have 2 gulf streams and 2 gonzilla's.

Wound up get roller tips and roller stripper guides fitted to the gulf stream's but have yet to hook a tuna on them. Did hook a tuna an the Nitro Inshore spin which is rated at 10kg, started off thinking I was out gunned, but wound up loving the fight, is handled it easily, mind you it wasnt a barrel/


Nitro look like they make quality fishing rod's. Miller rods is another I am considering.


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