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    Can anyone reccomend a two piece SOFT float rod for use with Bream, skimmers and Roach,
    Got plenty of three piece rods but was looking for one to leave set up for Ireland
    River anglers Go with the flow.

  • #2
    Have a google of the Drennan match pro ultra lite,I have the 11 ft and it’s a thing of beauty.
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    • #3
      The 13 ft is three peice mate, but thanks.
      Should have said, looking for 13 ft
      River anglers Go with the flow.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Rick b View Post
        The 13 ft is three peice mate, but thanks.
        Should have said, looking for 13 ft
        You are very unlikely to get any type of two piece 13' float rod. I know that there is the odd one out there, but the only ones I've ever encountered have been Freespirit rods. None of them would have been of much use for bit bashing. I'd suspect that the most viable compromise would be to go for a suitable 12' two piece. The 12' Matchpro Ultralight would fit the bill if you can accept a foot less.

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        • #5
          only ones i can think of is in the drennan range where the screw in but section and 2 6ft tip and reel sections
          here's two may suit you. Drennan IM9 Classic Rod 13FT ,Drennan IM9 Finesse 13' Float Rod.
          here are two more from drennan.
          http://www.drennantackle.com/product...verfish-float/
          http://www.drennantackle.com/product...pecimen-float/

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          • #6
            Originally posted by cattyfatty View Post
            only ones i can think of is in the drennan range where the screw in but section and 2 6ft tip and reel sections
            here's two may suit you. Drennan IM9 Classic Rod 13FT ,Drennan IM9 Finesse 13' Float Rod.
            here are two more from drennan.
            http://www.drennantackle.com/product...verfish-float/
            http://www.drennantackle.com/product...pecimen-float/
            Both the IM9 Classic and Finesse are now discontinued. However, the Acolyte Compacts use the same set up.

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            • #7
              ive seen a couple on a few websites still for sale of the classic and finesse , just giving him options sam.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Rick b View Post
                Can anyone reccomend a two piece SOFT float rod for use with Bream, skimmers and Roach,
                Got plenty of three piece rods but was looking for one to leave set up for Ireland
                Nothing wrong with having a 3 piece rod already set up in a quiver - just means you need to take a little more time (seconds) setting the joints.
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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Rick b View Post
                  The 13 ft is three peice mate, but thanks.
                  Should have said, looking for 13 ft
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                  • #10
                    Thanks all, looks like looking for the IM9, the other one of course would be the Maver Reactorlite 12ft match, maybe a little heavy tho
                    River anglers Go with the flow.

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                    • #11
                      rick b, I have drennan matchpro ultralight in 11 ft and 13 ft, fantastic rods I also have the series 7 silverfish 13 ft which is also a very good rod that I use a lot, I have a 13 ft reactorlite and an elite in 13 ft and 10 ft and I would recommend for what you want out of the said rods either the drennan silverfish or the maver elite 12 ft, I leave my 3 piece rods set up in a hard case as well no problem with tangles

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                      • #12
                        Thanks mate
                        River anglers Go with the flow.

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