Over the past six years or so I have had the pleasure of using many continental style rods for my shore fishing. All have been different in one way or another and the Tronixpro Blastron TT is no exception. I travelled down to the
Ally Campbell has never been a tackle tart or junkie and tends to stick to what he likes for as long as possible before changing. However, at the start of 2016 he had just about worn out his favourite competition
It is always interesting to be notified of new rods on the shore scene. The latest Tronixpro rods announced are two new additions to their already impressive range. The Cobra Light is a smaller brother to the well-established Cobra GT
John Popplewell’s normal shore fishing involves slinging baits but he is not adverse to picking up a lure particularly when he gets his hands on a quality rod like the custom built St Leger Renegade reviewed here.
David Proudfoot has been trialing the excellent Blue Zone Telepower 360 for the past 10 months and has thoroughly tested it out both at anchor and on the drift where it has punched above its weight.
Frankie Costello had been searching around for a lure rod which would perform equally as well from the shore and when out on his kayak. With the Fladen Maxximus Nano Plus rod he thinks his quest has ended.
Priced at £269 and with something of an instant cult following the Century Excalibur boat rod is raising more than a few interested eyebrows.
Steve Souter took the Teknos Tournament rod down to the beach to investigate whether it had the guts for full-on rough ground codding, or was it of a more timid disposition fit for gentler clean beach fishing?