Shakespeare Omni Feeder Rod
Feeders are one of the most popular baiting methods around. Allowing you to supply a pile of freebie bait around a perfectly positioned hookbait, feeder fishing ensures that you can achieve perfect bait placement and presentation with each cast. Owning a top quality feeder rod in order to get the most out of your fishing is essential, which is where the Shakespeare Omni Feeder rod comes into play.
The Shakespeare Omni Feeder is built to the high standard that you will have come to expect from the brand and it offers a range of features that are more commonly seen on rods two or three times the price. The Omni Feeder showcases a progressive action, which is ideal for the modern angler, and it allows you the freedom to target fish using the feeder method in a number of different angling scenarios. There are three rods in the Shakespeare Omni Feeder range. The smallest of these is 9ft in length and has been purpose designed for ledgering. This is ideal for a number of different angling scenarios and is especially useful for carp fishing at close quarters. The next two rods in the range come with interchangeable tips and are 10ft and 12ft in length respectively. These rods are out and out feeder fishing tools and they are ideal whether you’re targeting a fish close to the bank or far out near a mid-swim feature.
All of the rods in the range benefit from a combination cork and Hyperlon handle, for an faultless grip even when you’ve got wet and cold hands. They offer heavy duty titanium guides, which have been oxidised to give them maximum strength and durability against a variety of line types. The reel seats across the range have been cushioned and offer a sturdy hold of your reel no matter how aggressive your angling environment.
- Cork / Hyperlon handle
- Cushioned reel seat
- Titanium oxide guides
- Modern progresive actions
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