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
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.
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?
Plymouth based Tackle Company Snowbee has added yet again to its already comprehensive range of spinning gear.
The name Ron Thomson, part of the Svendsen Sport group, has always been synonymous with economy end of the rod market. However their recent products have moved more up market in materials and finishes.
Seasoned shore angler Mike Bowden tests the Iridium Firesurf 420 beach rod from Tronixpro on home turf and during a fishing week in Iceland.
Rod reviews that ring Shaun Cumming’s bell are those that don’t leave gaps, the ones that explore fishing abilities without guesswork before marrying those findings to casting opinion. This stoic criteria stood as a framework for working the now well
‘User friendly’ is an overused term but Daiwa’s new Theory beach rods are earning swift plaudits for easy performance at a surprisingly competitive price. Iain Graham takes the 13ft multiplier rod for a whirl on the beach. Daiwa have a
With three interchangeable tips, a rash of rings and a raft of fishing applications, the Fox Conqueror Multi Match is a surf rod that doesn’t conform to tired standards. Steve Souter takes to the beach and puts this clever 16ft