Now days the fashionable thing to use is bank sticks and pods are rare used, but in curtain situations rod pods dominate.
Take for example your fishing a lake with wooden platforms or even fishing somewhere with hard ground a rod pod really does make your fishing and setting up a lot quicker and easier.
When I used bank sticks in the past I used to spend way to long perfecting the position of the sticks when I could have used a pod and been fishing in a matter of a couple of minutes.
Below I will go into detail on the features and uses of the Nash H-gun Rod Pod.
Great for platform swims
The reason I purchased the pod in the first place is because I was fishing a local day ticket fishery which the swims had wooden platforms and I just wanted to be fishing a lot quicker, also carrying a mallet around with you just adds to your gears total weight.
Rod pod’s is also great for rough and uneven terrain because of their goal post designs and also can adjust the legs height.
The pod is incredibly stable because of its goal post style frame ensuring total rigidity and also can reduce false indications which is a great bonus especially in windy conditions. The pod also includes top quality solid bank sticks with a spiked end for extra stability.
The Nash H-Gun Rod Pod is very easy and quick to put together compared to other rod pods on the market.
There is no need for any additional tools to assemble it such as a hammer or mallet. Putting the rod pod away is also a joy because of it’s fold flat design.
The pod is extremely lightweight and comes with a compact zipped carry case. The carry case comes with extra pockets which is great for storing items such as snag bars, rear rests and indicators.
The rod pod has a very carpy dark green matt finish and all the bank sticks have a gripped coating making it easier to adjust in wet conditions. The pod looks incredibly stylish and gives your rods a real smart presentation on the bank.
Is it value for money?
This rod pod by Nash is extremely excellent value for money retailing for under £50 and for the quality you get in return you can’t fault it. The pod comes in a two and three rod options so there is something for everyone’s style of fishing.
As I mentioned earlier I’ve had the H-gun pod for over 3 years now with no issues, no rust and I use all it for 100% of my fishing.
You can find the Nash H-gun Rod Pod from your local shop or purchase it from amazon like I did.
UPDATE (28/10/2017): This rod pod looks to be discontinued now and will be replaced with the new KNX Rod Pod.
Thanks for reading my review on the Nash H-gun Rod Pod, if you’ve also used this pod and have anything to add or if you have a question about this rod pod I would love to hear them in the comments below.
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