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GNT 755 Match Carp
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Produced in Italy by Reglass, this new pole is perfectly integrated with GNT 955, as it accepts same kits and the exchange of all sections.
Thanks to commercial lakes, now match fishing involves more exciting action than in the past, so the specific pole development is an important segment of Trabucco team’s activity. After all, the Serbian ace Goran Radovic won the individual gold at 2014 World Championship fishing with a Trabucco pole of this quality class. His own show, based on barbel in fast running water with rigs in the range of 40-50 grams, will be remembered for the nonchalance of both angler and pole, which stood off the many other breaking under tremendous load.
Produced in Italy by Reglass, this new pole is perfectly integrated with GNT 955, as it accepts same kits and the exchange of all sections. Beyond the wall’s strength, the only difference between the two models is the long top (with 3,2 mm top bore), which in the 755 replaces the traditional tip and second section, fitting directly on third section.
This says why the pole is made of 8 sections instead of 9, also having the two parallel butts as done on the 955. The full package is quite interesting, with three Strong top four kits, whose length of 5,85m is more than enough for most match venues. Cupping kit is included, as well as the two mini extensions to be used not only at full length, but also at shorter ones. Match and Strong combinations of Multi Tip System can actually widen the already good options offered by this pole, which also accepts 4 and 5 sections kits belonging to former GNT models.
Pole Pack: 1X GNT 755 Match Carp • 3X 4 Sections Strong Kit • 1X 3 Sections Cupping Kit (4.40 m) • Short Extension for Butt • Short Extension for Sections 6-7-8 • Protective Tubes • Gnt Rod Holdall
|139-47-100||GNT 755 Match Carp Full Pack||13.00||-||-||-||-|
|139-47-110||GNT 755 Match Carp 13.00 m||13.00||44||188||1100||8|
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