Brundall Angling RT5 Lure Rod

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Brundall Angling RT5 Lure Rod

Post by markyd215 » Thu Sep 12 2019 15:53

Hi, does anyone remember these rods, I’m interested to know what they were rated to casting weight wise, many thanks

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Re: Brundall Angling RT5 Lure Rod

Post by tony myhill » Thu Sep 12 2019 23:24

I have been using a RT5 for over 25 years and find they handle lures up to two ounces comfortably.

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Re: Brundall Angling RT5 Lure Rod

Post by markyd215 » Fri Sep 13 2019 17:25

Thanks for reply, I bought with the intention of getting into poking, but never really used it. I need to get a reel spoiled up with some braid, what breaking strain do you use for lure up to this size, I was thinking 40lb?

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Re: Brundall Angling RT5 Lure Rod

Post by tony myhill » Fri Sep 13 2019 23:10

That should be fine.

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Post by norwich lad » Yesterday 15:27

tony myhill wrote:
That should be fine.
eh up tony. r u fishing, michael don't seem to be getting out. lee
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What You Caught mate, Nothing,Won't fish Here Again!

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Re: Brundall Angling RT5 Lure Rod

Post by tony myhill » Yesterday 23:44

I Have a dabble most weeks. Seriously, the day I stop fishing I reckon I will be dead.

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