Century Tip Tornado Match

May 23rd, 2011 by admin

The Match has a more flowing through – action for easy loading up during the cast and this also helps to prevent covering the beach with your precious bait. The big benefit to the pleasure angler and match angler alike is that it still retains the stable, super sensitive tip, which gives good bite detection. The Match is versatile because it is easy to cast and covers a wide variety of conditions. The original rods were prototyped on the Sound of Mull, Western Highlands where they really rattled dogfish and conger to depths of over 300’ with powerful tides. A proven Home and International Match winner when a gentle lob of a big pork pie size crab bait into the back of the breaking surf – got the desired results.

Gearbox Design butt and Autoclave Technology.
Blank colour: 2×2 carbon twill – upper butt: 3k-1k carbon lower tip – unground UD carbon upper tip
Factory Finish ring patterns: Fuji BNHG intermediates: KIGAN BNHG butt and BPHT 12 tip
Tied in black and coated in ThreadMaster epoxy coating. Red metallic trim bands.
Marine grade etched stainless steel trim bands – upper and lower butt.
Casting Ratio: 4- 6.25oz, 125- 175gm plus bait.
Butt Diameter – rod: 0.95” (2.39cm)
Japanese shrink rubber (JSR) handle.
JSR rubber separator grip on lower tip and upper butt.
Reflective tape between top two guides
Equal sections – tip and butt
Length: 13’6” (4.12m)
Century carbon reducer.
Century sliding reel seat with integrated Coaster
Century partition rod case

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Century Tip Tornado Super Match

May 23rd, 2011 by admin

The Super Match owes much to a past legend in sea angling called Dave Docwra. Dave was an international angler with a vast amount of experience and records under his belt. His design input was embedded in Super Match and thousands of anglers have benefited from the unique action. Surprisingly the design is based on a slightly more powerful butt than the sport and a “tippier” tip than the Match! The new Super Match with Gearbox Design in the butt will deliver over both rough, mixed and smooth ground. It will appeal to the specialist who banks on winning and delight an angler who wants accuracy and needlepoint sensitivity.

Gearbox Design butt and Autoclave Technology.
Blank colour: 2×2 carbon twill – upper butt: 3k-1k carbon lower tip – unground UD carbon upper tip
Factory Finish ring patterns: Fuji BNHG intermediates: KIGAN BNHG butt and BPHT 12 tip
Tied in black and coated in ThreadMaster epoxy coating. Gold metallic trim bands.

Marine grade etched stainless steel trim bands – upper and lower butt.
Casting Ratio: 4- 7oz, 125- 200gm plus bait.
Butt Diameter – rod: 0.94” (2.39cm)
Japanese shrink rubber (JSR) handle.
JSR rubber separator grip on lower tip and upper butt
Reflective tape between top two guides.
Equal sections – tip and butt
Length: 13’6” (4.12m)
Century carbon reducer
Century sliding reel seat with integrated Coaster
Century partition rod case

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Century Tip Tornado Sport

May 20th, 2011 by admin

The Sport has reached “cult” status in the light of hard won experience and decades of fishing. The butt slices through the air and in storm conditions the rod is stable and very secure. A positive Tournament pedigree with victories at UKSF however the Sport is above all else a practical and highly successful fishing rod for tackling hard and mixed ground. The essential tip action design is slightly enhanced to give better feedback and the Gearbox Design butt allows progressive power storage and delivery. It is capable of casting one, two or three baits plus 175gms – huge distances. Tip stability and bite detection are superb and it is sensitive even when scratching close in.

Gearbox Design butt and Autoclave Technology.
Blank colour: 2×2 carbon twill – upper butt: 3k-1k carbon lower tip – unground UD carbon upper tip
Factory Finish ring patterns: Fuji BNHG intermediates: KIGAN BNHG butt and BPHT 12 tip
Tied in black and coated in ThreadMaster epoxy coating. Copper metallic trim bands.
Marine grade etched stainless steel trim bands – upper and lower butt.
Casting Ratio: 4-8oz, 125-225gm plus bait
Butt Diameter – rod: 0.955” (2.42cm)
Length: 13’6” (4.12m)
Japanese shrink rubber (JSR) handle.
JSR rubber separator grip on lower tip and upper butt.
Reflective tape between top two guides. • Equal sections – tip and butt
Century carbon reducer. • Century sliding reel seat with integrated Coaster.
Century partition rod case.

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Century Tip Tornado

May 18th, 2011 by admin

The Tip Tornado started a trend in the early ’90’s which has progressively evolved into today’s complex yet easy to use – low diameter sea rod. It is very rare that a range of rods can stand their own for over 15 years without any design changes The thinking originally was a reduction in rod diameter would help slice through the air and reduce drag. A low profile rod has the edge in transferring energy in the cast. There is a time in every cast where the bait accelerates from the launch point – that moment when the rod feeds back vital information to you and the release and compression are harmonised with directional control. The Tip Tornado always delivered this vital requirement with its unique action. The design also gave better stability in gusty conditions. The original spirit of the Tip Tornado design has been retained but advances in technology over the decades has enabled us to make the latest generation of Tip Tornado rods even better. By listening to sea anglers, integrating our experience in composite design and as makers of rods that hold all the significant World distance casting records – we think these latest rods will deliver significant benefits to sea anglers over the future decades.

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BeachCasters Fishing Rod Reviews!!

May 4th, 2011 by admin

Beachcasters is currently being developed, once completed we hope everyone will give their “Honest” opinions on rods they use and give other anglers a chance to compare and decide which rod to buy.

In the meantime please visit www.tacklexchange.co.uk for fishing tackle auctions and classifieds in the UK

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