This week’s tackle review of the Fox warrior carp rods.
This week’s review comes to you from carp addict James Samways.
He has owned a pair Fox warrior rods from around 5 months and is edger to spread the word on how much he loves his latest carp rods.
Why did I buy the product?
Initially I needed to upgrade my rods because my previous carp rods were falling apart so I needed to find a more reliable carp rod.
After thinking about what I wanted for my next rods I also wanted to upgrade my test curve from 2.75 to 3 ptc too. I wanted to find a blank with a built in line clip with a more stylish design and the Fox warrior rods ticked all the boxes for me.
The top features
- The rod has a built in line clip which increases indication sensitivity and creates bolt rig effect when you get a run
- The rod has large thick line ring guides which makes the line flow through with ease
- With a 3ptc plus version makes casting large leads easy
- The rod has a good bend which makes it easier to avoid hook pulls from any size of fish
- The rod has balanced weight distributed throughout the rod, from the handle to the tip, making your cast more efficient
The warrior model has been around for a long time with only minor adjustments added to each latest model so know you’re getting quality for your money.
- This rod comes in a few various test curves such as 2.75lb, 3lb and 3.5lb
- You can also find this rod with a cork handle option if that’s something you favour
- You can find this rod in numerous rod lengths such as 10ft, 12ft and 13ft
After using the rods for over five months I would highly recommend them to anyone I know as Fox know how to create quality carp rods.
How much and where can I find it?
You can find this rod for around £70 from your local tackle shop or buy from amazon for a little cheaper.
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