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Re: Fav all round rod.

Postby dazz999 » Sun Jan 13, 2019 4:01 pm

Mattblack wrote:Shimano Impact Nano NXT nibble tip seems to be the most versatile rod in my arsenal
the impact series are great rods do you get extra tips with the rod Thank,s



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Re: Fav all round rod.

Postby bowl » Sun Jan 13, 2019 4:09 pm

Checked out nipple tip rod, feels/ seems like they would be to soft for squid fishing...?

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Re: Fav all round rod.

Postby Mattblack » Mon Jan 14, 2019 8:47 am

dazz999 wrote:
Mattblack wrote:Shimano Impact Nano NXT nibble tip seems to be the most versatile rod in my arsenal
the impact series are great rods do you get extra tips with the rod Thank,s

It came with a spare tip (Southern Sportsfishing), but you can also buy spares (with different action/flex) which is handy. I also love a full grip which is getting harder to find with lighter rods these days.

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Re: Fav all round rod.

Postby yepi'mon » Mon Jan 14, 2019 11:51 am

bowl wrote:Checked out nipple tip rod, feels/ seems like they would be to soft for squid fishing...?


I wouldn't use it for any type of lure fishing.

They are designed for bait fishing and sensitive nibble detection.....

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Re: Fav all round rod.

Postby smile0784 » Mon Jan 14, 2019 4:35 pm

My go to rod down here is Shimano Raider Soft Plastic 3-5kg. With 2500 stradic

But I like the feel of the Shimano cranx sitting in the rack I like better but too good to use while I have the raider out.

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Re: Fav all round rod.

Postby bowl » Mon Jan 14, 2019 5:53 pm

yepi'mon wrote:
bowl wrote:Checked out nipple tip rod, feels/ seems like they would be to soft for squid fishing...?


I wouldn't use it for any type of lure fishing.

They are designed for bait fishing and sensitive nibble detection.....

Cool thats what i thought.....ta



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Re: Fav all round rod.

Postby mazman » Mon Jan 14, 2019 6:00 pm

Similar to ducky for me, my egi rod is the best all rounder.
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Re: Fav all round rod.

Postby Trumpeter » Mon Jan 14, 2019 8:37 pm

Mattblack wrote:
dazz999 wrote:
Mattblack wrote:Shimano Impact Nano NXT nibble tip seems to be the most versatile rod in my arsenal
the impact series are great rods do you get extra tips with the rod Thank,s

It came with a spare tip (Southern Sportsfishing), but you can also buy spares (with different action/flex) which is handy. I also love a full grip which is getting harder to find with lighter rods these days.


Not a bad ting rod but they're a little fragile, I'm too scared to use my other one now :down:
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My fav's are Ugly Stik SP761LFT's, 7'6" single piece, light and whippy, perfect for KGW etc. They can handle big rays without exploding all over the place.

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Re: Fav all round rod.

Postby cobby » Mon Jan 14, 2019 8:49 pm

Trumpeter wrote:
Mattblack wrote:
dazz999 wrote:
Mattblack wrote:Shimano Impact Nano NXT nibble tip seems to be the most versatile rod in my arsenal
the impact series are great rods do you get extra tips with the rod Thank,s

It came with a spare tip (Southern Sportsfishing), but you can also buy spares (with different action/flex) which is handy. I also love a full grip which is getting harder to find with lighter rods these days.


Not a bad ting rod but they're a little fragile, I'm too scared to use my other one now :down:
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My fav's are Ugly Stik SP761LFT's, 7'6" single piece, light and whippy, perfect for KGW etc. They can handle big rays without exploding all over the place.


Yep graphite can do that

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Re: Fav all round rod.

Postby April Fool » Tue Jan 15, 2019 8:39 am

cobby wrote:Samurai Reaction 201. Bream, EPs, Flatties, Snapper, Squid, Whiting. Best light rod I own

Rated at 2 - 6 lb? What line do you have on it and do you just use it for lures? Thanks in advance!
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