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    Default Oh no, more rods!


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    Perfect for catching carp, roach and anglers!

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    They look quite similar to the Cadence rods.

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    If the prices are kept similar to the series 7 range I think cadence have got a problem!

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    Default Re: Oh no, more rods!

    If the new range is similar to the Series 7 rods, they'll largely revolve around commercial pool fishing and light specialist stuff. I doubt that Cadence, rooted firmly in the old style "match" categories, will be especially concerned.

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    If that's what Series 7 rods are and these are the replacement any similarity with Cadence is purely cosmetic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sam vimes View Post
    If the new range is similar to the Series 7 rods, they'll largely revolve around commercial pool fishing and light specialist stuff. I doubt that Cadence, rooted firmly in the old style "match" categories, will be especially concerned.
    I think they're doing 13 and 14ft float rods which will most likely be suited to both still and running water.
    If I was to be in the market for a rod in that price range then I would be taking a closer look at them for sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tigger View Post
    I think they're doing 13 and 14ft float rods which will most likely be suited to both still and running water.

    I've seen or heard nothing to that effect, only that they are replacing Series 7 rods. As it stands, the (non-commie orientated) Series 7 float rods are the 13' Silverfish Float, 13' Power Carp Waggler and 13' Tench & Specialist. Time will tell, but I doubt it's going to be anything I, or Cadence, will be worrying about either way.
    Last edited by sam vimes; 09-03-2019 at 21:52.

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    Default Re: Oh no, more rods!

    At the end of the video is a list of the new range.

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    Quote Originally Posted by s63 View Post
    At the end of the video is a list of the new range.
    A surprisingly short list compared to the multitude of Series 7 variations.

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