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#1 Kilsong

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Posted 03 November 2011 - 11:05 AM

Some models of Black Hole Cape Cod Special/Cow Special rods/blanks were out of stock for a while.
JIGNPOPgor delivery of full lines of BH rods/blanks now.

Here are list of Black Hole Cape Cod Special rods:

5'4" 250g BH Cape Cod Special Jigging rod (spinning and conventional)
5'2" 350g BH Cape Cod Special Jigging rod (spinning and conventional)
5'0" 450g BH Cape Cod Special Jigging rod (spinning and conventional)
5'2" 350g BH Cape Cod Special Spiral Jigging rod (conventional)
5'2" 450g BH Cape Cod Special Spiral Jigging rod (conventional)

10'6" BH Cape Cod Special Surf rod (Nano)
8'6" BH Cape Cod Special Nano popping rod
8'0" BH Cape Cod Special Nano popping rod
7'6" BH Cape Cod Special Nano popping rod

8'0" BH Cape Cod Special Graphite popping rod
7'6" BH Cape Cod Special Graphite popping rod

We also have all blanks for the models listed above as well as BH Cow Special for 1st, 2nd and 3rd generation.

#2 Kilsong

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Posted 08 November 2011 - 03:33 PM

7'6" BH Cape Cod Special Nano popping rod


We introduced 7'6" BH Cape Cod Special Nano popping blanks ,but this is the first time we carry 7'6" BH Nano popping rods.

I thought 7'6" and 8'0 BH Nano don't have enough backbone for 200 plus lb tuna. But I start to change my assessment after I observed other fishermen fought big tuna with the Nano rods.
Capt Jimmy of the ON Time likes the Nano popping rods as it is more forgiving and it shows enough backbone when needed for big tuna. I was thinking about adding more backbone of the Nano popping rods, but Jimmy suggest to leave it as it is.

I am going on the 4 days trips on the Maximus for testing the Nano popping rods for cow whether the rods have enough backbone or not. I don't worry about the strength of the Nano popping rods.

Using harness lug for spinning is a big difference from without using it.
If rod is not stiff, it is hard to fight big tuna without harness lug.
But you can give pressure even with softer rod if you use a full harness on a spinning rod.
I am going to test the Nano popping rods using harness lug on the Maximus trip.




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