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Thread: little whip?

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    Happy new year chaps

    I am on the hunt for a telescopic whip 12/18 inches long stowed away and about 2 meters extended and as light as possible

    It is for sticking in the suitcase for catching bait, so thats why small and light is the requirements

    ANY IDEAS FOLKS

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    Peter Jacobs (ACA, SAA, CA) Guest

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    Gerry,

    I have never come across a short whip that telescopes down to that sort of dimension.

    The Milo Alborella's that I use are about 32" when collapsed and that is for the 1.5m 2.0m and the 2.5m versions.



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    John McLaren Guest

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    Really cheap but may fit the bill - Poundland do one about those dimensions - for £1!!!!

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    ED (The ORIGINAL and REAL one) Guest

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    Everything in our Poundland is 99p

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    The ones from Poundland are pretty variable, you're better off buying a few and selecting the best couple, the others you could always E-Bay or something and get your money back with interest (I took a couple in to my local tackle shop for them to play with and they've had people trying to buy them for £5). Great for bait snatching or for kids to have fun with, I've had Roach up to 8oz on mine, they just keep on bending.

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    keith buckley Guest

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    Ed your a cheapskate.[img]/forum/smilies/smile_smiley.gif[/img]

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    [img]/forum/smilies/party_smiley.gif[/img]Stupid frog!.
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    John McLaren Guest

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    Ed, I always leave a tip!

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    Hi Gerry. Garbolino do a whip exactly like your looking for. I cant remember the name off hand .I know its black and yellow and it is a lovely little tool.It was about 25-30 quid. I bought one to contribute for a raffle prize and didnt want to give it over lol.

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    thanks for the info chaps ,some good some not so ,as normal

    Risque,I,ve seen the garbolino one 12 months ago in a tackle shop in france ,but alas didnt buy it and i havent seen one since even ont net

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