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mitomaniac

Coming back to carp fishing

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I'm looking to come back to carp fishing after having not fished for a few years.

 

so I need a full set of gear again I don't have a big budget which doesn't help I'd also prefer 10ft rods as one of the waters I plan to fish is a bit of a wilderness however 12tt rods would be fine if the cost is right.

 

probably going to build up day session gear then add to it for overnighters. Cost is my biggest issue the cheaper the better.

 

thanks in advance for any advice 

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I have recently returned myself thoe i did have all my old gear stashed away in the loft ...

So far i have brought

Fox EOS 10000 reels x2 £50 each ... i dont think you will find a better reel on the market at this price ... not to be confuse with the Fox FS 10000s they were utter [censored]e.

Mk2 esp floater rod ... £89 ... if you like surface fishing this rod at 2.5lb test is the mutts nutts the blank and balance of this rod is something else and its deffo the best rod i have ever used.

Fox x-pod £ 120 ... goal post rod pod ... small light weight and setup up in secs abit short if im telling the truth but nice for tight swims the buzz bars are angled to kick the rods away from eachother not the cheapest bit of kit but can be found on ebay for £60-80.

Fox range master throwing stick £20 ... can't rate it because i hate it and cannot for the life of me master a throwing stick some people have just got it but most of the time i might as well be fishing for the rats on the island.

That leads me onto the korda katapult boilie pouch £17 ... i like it and im pretty accurate with it and its alot better than the fox powerguard that i recently threw in the bin.

Korum 5 rod quiver ... £25-30 great if your on a budget and wanna travel light.

TF gear ... check ebay they do everything from boilie glug pots ... scale covers to rig boxes they pretty much cover everything in the bits and bobs department and prices are very reasonable.

 

 

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