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Has anyone have comments/reviews of any Poles supplied by WSB Tackle.

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I know they distribute Clarke's split shot but, gotta be honest, I didn't know they even did poles - what model and name does it / they go under?
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Has anyone have comments/reviews of any Poles supplied by WSB Tackle.

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If they are the ones i just googled-they look like a bunch of pants
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Here's their site, but for prices it looks like you have search for a dealer via your post code


Poles & Whips - WSB Tackle
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If they are the ones i just googled-they look like a bunch of pants
You look at them-what do you think?
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You look at them-what do you think?
I don't know to be honest that's why I'm asking for your opinions..
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Gaz,


If I'm honest, having had a look, I think they're the sort of thing you'd be wanting to replace and improve on after a couple of months.

Nothing past 10m has alarm bells, surely? Plenty of decent 12 and 13m poles out there now for modest prices....
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I don't know to be honest that's why I'm asking for your opinions..
personally i think you should leave them alone ,there are far better alternatives and options....it doesnt actually tell you anything about the pole other than length-no spec at al ,nothing about spares etc-i know they are cheap enough,but there are just as good starter/budget poles from all the reputable manufacturers,for similar price-but thats just my opinion mate,all the best Chef

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If I'm honest, having had a look, I think they're the sort of thing you'd be wanting to replace and improve on after a couple of months.

Nothing past 10m has alarm bells, surely? Plenty of decent 12 and 13m poles out there now for modest prices....
I know that!!
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Gaz,


I know YOU know that - it was really for the other chap's benefit.


Just trying to agree with your opinion.



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