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just wondering if these rods where anygood i saw some in my local tackleshop and they definately look the part. it says they are 5oz can they handle this weight with bait or not i genrally fish 4-5 oz very occasionally 6oz. what type of distance can u gt on them aswell. any reviews would be helpful as i am lookin for another rod for around £100 and these are favourites at the mo.

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hi mate i have one of these as a alrounder rod, use it on pier and anywere its guna have a bashing..asin on railings and things dunt mind it suffering a few scrapes as it was only 100.00 to were as my tip tornado was 250.00 lol

anyways its a tidy rod i use a 6oz lead with a decent bait it throws it out no probs for the 100.00 id recomend the greyz or the Daiwa sandstorm 13ft thats a nice rod to
 

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I ador mine its light and well built i cant say as ive ever cast over 5oz with it but it handles this easily with a baited trace buy it buy it buy it.
 

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For £100 mate its an awesum piece of kit, and you can't really afford not to buy one! I have a few Greys rods including a PZ300t and a mk 2 Apollo, and still use the GRX-s as a second rod regularly. The quality fittings and performance of the rod are excellent, and i still think it would be a big seller at twice the price. On many occasions i have preffered it to my Century Carbon Metal and other rods, Nuff said!
 

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for £100 m8 they are the dogs b!"£$%^'s!
i have one my self and is fantastic piece of kit......
i normally tend to fish reel down with it and can get upto 100 yards plus with bait....
go for it m8 - you wont regret it....... you will LOVE it!!!
tight lines and all the best m8,
steffyenck.
 

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i agree with all the above posts, i have one and its a brilliant rod nice and light, great bite detection in low or zero wind
 

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All true, but these rods will also handle the rougher conditions admirably aswell. I have used mine in huge seas and on rough ground and although perhaps a little undergunned it has always coped well enough.
 

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grey g r xs you can buy 2 for 120 pounds in tonys tackle at the moment in eastbourne or 90 pound each.

Out of curiosity I had a look at the website.... wish I hadn't... It's a truly awful site. Couldn't see the 2 for £120 offer anywhere, but that's possibly because I couldn't face trying to navigate myself around the website. 2 PZ Matches for £189 looked a great deal though.
 

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Out of curiosity I had a look at the website.... wish I hadn't... It's a truly awful site. Couldn't see the 2 for £120 offer anywhere, but that's possibly because I couldn't face trying to navigate myself around the website. 2 PZ Matches for £189 looked a great deal though.
I went to his shop last tuesday he was getting all his stuff ready for the NEC tackle fair his new catalogue comes out very soon, next month i think he said:unsure:
 

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Roll on the next copy of sea angler to see the adverts (that's not something you hear on here very often :D

It would be seriously rude not to buy 2 for £120 if that is a genuine deal - phone order rather than website of course ;)
 
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