Best Rods for Soft plastics

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Re: Best Rods for Soft plastics

Postby FishBriz » Sat Aug 07, 2010 1:08 am

Cheers for that Denzo, I'm still trying to work this site out, never used forums before this, still gotta work out how to do the quotes properly :baf:
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Re: Best Rods for Soft plastics

Postby the pink panther » Sat Aug 07, 2010 3:51 am

when you work out the Board Index -- Main -- Kayak Information Centre - and other sub groups you will be as confused as me.. and further more....practice..practice.....practice..whatever...knot tying.....on a wobbly exercise ball or practice sighting tailor when you are at land..........lures have rules..........it is to put it where it matters....knots have rules ....do it right or you will be knotted..........

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Re: Best Rods for Soft plastics

Postby FishBriz » Sat Aug 07, 2010 5:41 pm

Yeah true that Denzo, I have plenty of practice ahead of me. :ha:
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Re: Best Rods for Soft plastics

Postby legs2691 » Sun Aug 08, 2010 1:00 am

I have been looking for a new light plastics rod 2-4 kg , not to dear around the $100 mark. I have checked out the usuals, catatana, dropshot etc. I did come across a Silstar Hypa 2-4kg 7ft and was totally impressed with the feel. I cannot find any real info on it,on the web. Does anyone know off the rod as
I would like to hear someones opinion.
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