New pole anyone

chris1967

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Slightly pricey
 

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ukzero1

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All that money and at 17 metres it'll crack in slow breeze. So for that reason...am oot.
 

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Shouldn't this be in the thread "Mugs And Their Money"....?
I s'pose someone'll buy it.... won't be me tho'
 

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I seem to remember Maver were selling a lithium? pole back in the 1990's for ten grand. I never saw one on the bank or in a shop for that matter. I think the maximum elastic rating was an eight as well.
 

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I seem to remember Maver were selling a lithium? pole back in the 1990's for ten grand. I never saw one on the bank or in a shop for that matter. I think the maximum elastic rating was an eight as well.

I work with Lithium.....I expect that as soon as the pole gets wet, it'll react with the water, release Hydrogen and then blow-up in your hands :oops::ROFLMAO:

Hence, you'll never see one on the bank unless you're there real early before it starts raining :D
 

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Don't think it's aimed at people on pensions and pleasure angler's. But if you can afford it and fish matches. Why not?
 

Arry

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Don't think it's aimed at people on pensions and pleasure angler's. But if you can afford it and fish matches. Why not?

Well that's me out then :ROFLMAO: :ROFLMAO: :ROFLMAO:
 
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