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Daiwa® Maddragon Carp Rods

   

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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:
A

Model:
MD2234

12'

Line Weight:
6-18 lbs.

Lure Weight:
MAX 4

Pieces:
2

Handle Chart Reference:
B

Model:
MD2300

12'

Line Weight:
6-18 lbs.

Lure Weight:
MAX 4

Pieces:
2

Handle Chart Reference:
A

Model:
MD2314
  • 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’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.
Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 5 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by very happy i purchased one mad dragon two years ago, bought another one as backup. Extremely happy with my purchase, i have handled several large carp with this rod and enjoyed every minute!!! December 30, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by excellent rod by DAIWA MARIAN from GEORGIA,i purchase 5 rods MADDRACON carp rods by DAIWA,i am very hapy with this,the best carp rods,with great price. November 22, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good Rod for the price I was used to using 12 foot long rods for carp when in the U.K. though they are hard to find in the U.S. I had been making do with an 8'6" spinning rod ,but it was hard to fish with a float (bobber)over that depth. Enter the Mad Dragon-I was extremely pleased and it made Float fishing a pleasure. It seems well put together and has handled the carp well(I use the 2.75Lb test curve). The grips like another reviewer mentioned take a little getting used to, but the rods spend a lot of time on the rests and so it isn't a problem. The extra length certainly helps steer fish away from snags and the rod has power where you need it. I'm certainly happy and will be purchasing a second soon. September 26, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Very good rod Excelent rod, balanced, strong, decent price, good not just for euro-carping style. It would be perfect if it would have SIC guides, at least the top three. October 15, 2012
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the amount at which it bends under pressure
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The test curve means the amount of weight needed to bend the tip 90 degrees, so a 3lb test curve means it takes 3lbs of weight /pressure. The higher the test curve the stiffer the rod usually.
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The "test curve" on carp rods provides an indication of the stiffness of the rod, relative to other, similar style rods. Rods with a lower test curve are more flexible, and those with a higher test curve are stiffer. Stiffer rods, of course, can be used to cast heavier weights, and usually for greater distance, than more flexible rods. Stiffer rods (with a higher test curve) are also less forgiving when fighting a fish in close quarters, sometimes resulting in lost fish because of hook pulls. So there is a trade-off to consider when buying these rods. If casting distance - or if heavy weights -- is a priority, then go with a rod with a higher test curve. Otherwise, you should consider a mid-range or even a lower test curve rod.
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Test curve is the weight needed to draw or bend the tip until it becomes 180degrees opposite the main rod ... so you can guage its strength and possible casting ability...
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