Fly rod Marryat Tactical Bombarde 4 Brins

Marryat Fly rod Marryat Tactical Bombarde 4 Brins

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€415.83

Tactical Bombarde 4-piece fly rod from Marryat, 9'6'' long and available in 7 or 8 line.

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Combinations Reference Silk Price Quantity
Fly rod Marryat Tactical Bombarde 4 Brins

Reference : LDLP-4178-15315

Silk : 8 Version F

LDLP-4178-15315

8 Version F

€415.83
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Fly rod Marryat Tactical Bombarde 4 Brins

Reference : LDLP-4178-32532

Silk : 8 Version S

LDLP-4178-32532

8 Version S

€415.83
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Fly rod Marryat Tactical Bombarde 4 Brins

Reference : TACBO7S

Silk : 7 Version S

TACBO7S

7 Version S

€415.83
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Fly rod Marryat Tactical Bombarde 4 Brins

Reference : TACBO7F

Silk : 7 version F

TACBO7F

7 version F

€415.83
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Description

Lake and reservoir fishing requires the use of different types of line: floating, intermediate or extra sinking. Over the years, I've met a good number of anglers who have had to deal with the same problem: that of casting efficiency between floating and sinking lines...

First ofall, a quick technical reminder:
Each line has its own weight, which determines its number. The only drawback is that this weight is calculated over 30 feet (a little over 9 metres). For example, a 7 line should weigh 12g, an 8 line 13.5g. That's right, there's only a 1.5g difference between them. When we design a rod, we use a tolerance range as a reference, which in the case of the 7 line example oscillates between 11.5g and 12.5g.

What about in practice?

How many anglers stop at 9 metres before shooting? 1 in 10? We often hear: "my rod lies down with a plunging line". New line profiles such as Airflo's Forty Plus or Snowbee 's XS-tra increase the problem tenfold... In fact, many of us shoot after having fished 12 or 15 metres... that's often more than 15g with a 7 line rod, which in fact corresponds to the weight of a 9... Using a 9-gauge rod? No, you wouldn't be able to get out the first few metres of line...

So this is a major innovation:
The "same rod" but in F version (from floating to S2) as well as in S version (from S3 to S7). One is designed to cast cleanly at long distances and the other to shoot heavy lines with a wider tolerance range.

With your two Marryat Tactical 'Bombarde', you can cover all situations.

Product Details

Length
9'6'' or 2m90

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