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  Century S1 10ft Stealth Bank Stalker Rod



 
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Price: £172.50

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Century S1 Stealth Bank Stalker Rod

If you want to exploit a margin and a target carp at close range " S1 Century Stealth will give you an invaluable advantage. It has been designed from tip to butt as a complete working system.

So often these types of rods are presented as cut down longer rods with compromise written all over them. A delightfully responsive tip blends into a cushioning mid section and then concludes with controlling power in the lower third " capable of arresting the quarry headlong on escape. We have used a staggered butt " tip configuration to perfect the action. In some respects " "retro" because many years ago even medium distances were adequately managed with 10' rods. In other respects "advanced" because the S1 Stealth is a purpose built margin rod but versatile enough to cast out to medium distances when the opportunity arises. The feature rod on the Century home page video "Century Factory Tour" is used to tame a feisty surface caught 60.

Specifications:
- Butt operational length: 45" and Tip " 65" Precision ground overlap joint.
- Model: S1
- Length: 10ft
- Test Curve: 3.25lb
- Guides: Century SiC 30

Please note all century rods are made to order by Century, normal delivery time is 4 weeks although this will be confirmed upon order. Custom build is also available.

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