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Beginner rod and reel

Discussion in 'Beginners and Improvers' started by Jonny w, Nov 4, 2016.

  1. Jonny w

    Jonny w Member

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    Hi guys...my mate is looking to get into sea fishing...he has £100 to spend and is looking for a rod and reel....any advice for an entry level rod and reel?
     
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    Hi, what kind of fishing will he be doing? Beach? Rock? estuary etc?
     
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  4. Jonny w

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    Mostly in the Bristol channel...so needs to be quite sturdy....rock marks and hell of a tidal pull.....casting atleast 6oz leads!
     
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  5. ivafatRRRs

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    That should do it mate lol
    Sorry i won't try to advise on the gear(i ain't clued up enough.) If Fishingmad tries to advise you, ignore him!!! lol) but you'll get plenty of help i'm sure Jonny
     
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    Poseidon. Previously sharkbait-oooo-ha-ha

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    at that budget i would say look at second hand for sure
     
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    do any of ye know anything about the tf gear banshee twin tip ?
     
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    Secondhand RT Axellerator and a Daiwa SL20SH - would be suitable for Bristol channel and fall within your mates budget
     
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    can your mate use a multi..if not theres a shimano biomaster in the classified for 35 delivered...great reels and it leaves you 65 for a rod..
     
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