- Nov 12, 2015
In my case because I’ve usually fished the peg several times before@siverfisher if you decide to start feeding before you've plumbed your swim and had a couple runs down how do you know your feeding is in the right place and you've not got a snag or weed bed or the swim is just to shallow or deep for how and what your feeding.
Ok thanks - difficult to tell from online pics.No it doesn’t. But with the pockets inside for the butt sections, there is no need as the end of the rods are not near the end.
They don't Stephen, they have a black dimpled rubberised end cap and won't wear dragging around on rough ground which you could get away with the old plastic hardcases.Hi - does it still have the hard plastic bottom like the old hardcase ones used to have ?
I have an old daiwa one that holds about 3 or 4 tubes, this ngt one looks very similar. They hold a brolly and sticks also.Anyone got any recommendations of 2 or 3 rod hard rod bags/holdalls/sleeves whatever you want to call them for 3 piece rods so I guess say 1.5m long? Or soft ones that’ll take tubes?
I use 2 separate tricast hard cases , theyre very good for rods of equal sections ,1 longer section and one shorter section rods can be a pain as you have to break the feeder tip down also.I was looking at the Preston supera holdall but then seen the 4 rod hardcase.
I like the idea of having the rods set up in the hardcase but I'm a bit dubious of damaging the rods as they are very thin and expensive. ( I'm used to carp and sea rods).
Would you go for the holdall with rod tubes and set the rods up each time or hardcase and have them set up ready?
Also.... if I go for the hardcase and have the rods set up how do I store the tip rod without snapping it?
^^....And the older Tri cast feeder rods (eg 4*4 and Springer feeder rods etc) are awful for that, odd length sections...PIB to use with a ready rod case...I use 2 separate tricast hard cases , theyre very good for rods of equal sections ,1 longer section and one shorter section rods can be a pain as you have to break the feeder tip down also.
I wouldn’t fit one that big in my car unfortunately. I’d Just get one that would take at least 2 3 piece float rods either in@Silverfisher I use one of these in the 190cm 6 rod.