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Daiwa Daiwa Theory Barbel Rod 1.75lb
Daiwa Theory Barbel Rod 1.75lb £83.99 £120.00

Daiwa Theory Barbel Rod 1.75lb

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The first thing you’ll notice when you look at these Daiwa Theory Barbel Rods is how incredibly slim they are. This is the result of many months of continued testing by Daiwa and it ensures that this rod is able to offer the kind of balance between power casting and fish playing ability that you require from a top end Daiwa rod. Forgiving and powerful, this rod series is ideal for playing barbel throughout the coarse fishing season. This Theory Barbel Rod is available in two different test curves. The lightest curve is 1.75lb – perfect for fishing delicately on small-medium waters or swims. The heavier of the two test curves is 2.25lb and is ideal for a wide variety of barbel work across most of the nations best barbel waters. It is also ideal for the travelling angler who likes to fish for barbel on the continent.

Each test curve rod comes with a dedicated full white carbon quiver tip. This is 2oz on the 1.75lb rod and 3oz on the 2.255lb – ensuring that this rod maintains its impeccable balance. Both rods are 12ft in length, which makes them incredibly versatile. Barbel can often be aggressive on the take, so to complement this Daiwa has ensures that this rod is able to offer extreme grip. EVA rear grips behind the reel seat and at the base of the butt ensure that you’re never at risk from this rod being ripped from your grip at short notice. There is also a cork EVA down-locking fore grip on the rod, too, for additional grip.

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