I have two Nebulas: an eight-footer and a nine-footer. Both are absolutely excellent, and if I didn't already have a Shimano Aernos 10-foot 10-50g, which can actually handle two ounces, I would have no hesitation in looking at a bigger Nebula. Plus points: very light but powerful blank, genuine Fuji reel seat, comfortable handle, anti-frap Fuji rings, great value for money.Hi folks i was planning on buying an HTO Nebula 9'6 15-56g for plugging for bass but i now find myself on the fence with the daiwa whisker 10ft 10-60g...is there anyone out there who has tried or bought both and if so what do you prefer and why?
Good point about Nebula small guides. I use a tiny trout tippet ring to connect my fluorocarbon leader to the braid with uni knots. The ring will go through the guides when tackling up or de-tackling, but I wouldn't have it through the guides when casting. I don't lure fish at night so can ensure this doesn't happen accidentally.the 56 grm nebby of mine is 9'11 1/2 inch for what its worth , marvelous rod for range fishing i dont think i would like it sub 20 grms tho, got others for that.
if you like winding a floro leader through your tip forget any nebula