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Daiwa Maddragon Carp Rod

   

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Length
Other specs Quantity Price & availability

12'

Line Weight:
6-18 lbs.

Lure Weight:
MAX 4

Pieces:
2

Handle Chart Reference:
B

Model:
MD2300
  • $59.99

  • SKU: 1850354

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Daiwa®'s Maddragon Carp Rod represents a true value in a European spec. carp rod. A carbon and fiberglass composite blank combines the power and sensitivity of carbon material with the resilience of fiberglass. Low profile soft touch grips and ultra low friction aluminum oxide guides. Manufacturer’s 1-year limited warranty.

  • Carbon and fiberglass composite blank
  • Aluminum oxide guides
  • Half-hood, quality reel seat
  • Shrink tube handle
  • Includes nylon rod sleeve
  • MD2234 - Test Curve 2.75 lbs.
  • MD2300 - Test Curve 3 lbs.
  • MD2314 - Test Cruve 3.25 lbs.
Daiwa® Maddragon Carp Rods 4 5 1 1
Mad Dragon 2.75 test curve I received my rod as a Christmas gift, and have only had one chance to use it thus far. As this is my first 12-foot carp rod, I can not compare it to other, much more expensive models on the market. However, I believe it is a very good rod for the price, and in my opinion, it performed at least as well as, or better than, the 9-foot light saltwater rods I have used for carp in the past. Used with a medium-heavy rear-drag freshwater spinning reel, with 12-lb mono, it cast extremely well. Because the carp did not cooperate on the day I tried it out, I can't speak on the subject of the rod's fish-fighting capability. It did handle the two small catfish I caught (under 2 lbs) quite easily, and was not at fault when a larger fish came unhooked after a brief fight (in fact, I was thoroughly enjoying that fight when the hook came free -- probably because the fish was barely lip-hooked from the start). I would recommend this rod to my carp-fishing friends, especially if they are looking for a good rod with a well-known brand name, at a reasonable price. The only negative aspect of this rod is its fairly thin handle -- which is common with most other carp rods of this style. I have large hands, and the "feel" of the rod did take some getting used to. I might decide to modify it myself later, by adding some foam or cork wrapping. January 8, 2012
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