Carp Fishing Tackle
When I go carp fishing I know it is not cheap to purchase the day ticket to allow me to fish at one of the major carp waters. It is understandable really as several of these fish cost over a few hundred pounds to stock in the first place.
So if and when I do manage to get a bite I need to feel reassured that the tackle I am using is up to the task of landing one of these muscular underwater missiles. I do not wish to be packing up thinking if only I had!
So I go for a Nash carp rod it has everything I am looking for in a light yet strong carp rod. It has never let me down yet and made to last .If you go down the path of buying the cheapest you can you will only end up finding it bust under pressure and probably when you have the fish of a lifetime on. Also with the cheaper fishing rods they do lean to be a lot heavier and at first this may not be too much to think about but as the day wears on your arms will begin to notice it.
I will couple that with a Shimano Baitrunner Carp Reel can not be beat in my feeling. Phenomenal gearing and a really smooth action when you want to really crank up the force as the carp is bearing for weeds this is the one for you it truly does come into its own.
With the appropriate reel line and special sharp hooks all my gear is ideal for the job at hand .So essentially it is down to me no apologises if the fish gets off it is my mistake no one else’s.I tend to buy almost all of my fishing gear here at the Favourite Total Fishing Gear Website as I have found the costs to be one of the cheapest online and with free next day delivery