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The Pear Leads have a slightly sleeker profile than the Square Leads. They still retaining the ability to hold on marginal or island slopes yet they're much better suited to use on rivers. As with the Square Leads, they fit the Micro Lead Clip perfectly and are finished in with a coating that's been formulated to match the lakebed found in most commercial venues.
Aventus 11ft Float Rod, A crisp through-action rod that can handle everything you can throw at it! Made to the specifications of the Tackle Guru team by Daiwa in the renowned UK facility!From fishing a light, traditional waggles for silvers, to casting a 15g Pellet Waggler on a vast venue for big carp! The Aventus Range is designed to do EVERYTHING!Two piece, folding in half to fit in a Fusion Rod Holdall ready-made perfectly, with a casting weight upto 15g and line rating upto 12lb!The 11ft waggler is incredibly light and balanced, with upmost power kicking in when needed for playing and landing big fish. A perfect length rod for most commercial fishing, and ideal for pellet waggler work.The lightness come from using High Volume Carbon Fibre, the very best Japanese materials, combined with the most modern rod-building processes.Each float rod features single leg top-spec Fuji guides, with extra durable Alconite rings. These are positioned on the rod strategically to allow easy flow of the line through the rings when casting, without worry of tangles or line sticking to the black in damp conditions. Another aspect adding to the lightness is the cutaway Fuji TVS real set. When fishing a float, you're often holding the rod for long periods, and having a real seat that is comfortable is vital. this features the blank of the rod running down through it, so you have ultimate feel and control of the rod.Like the feeder rods, the personalised touches are present; a moulded EVA bespoke Guru butt grip, and the A-grade Armlock shape cork handle for ultimate fish-playing control.The fast action of the float rods enable rapid line pick-up, helping to hit bites even when fishing a long way out.A unique and key asset to the Aventus project is Zero 90 carbon technology. This process involves double layering carbon fibres in different ways from zero to 90 degrees. When cured, this gives rods combined longitudinal strength, recovery and crispness. The tubular shape of any fishing rod is deformed when compressed. Zero 90 technology enables us to control this deformation, preventing energy and accuracy loss, retaining the cylindrical structure to give more casting power and precision.
LWG, These hooks have been tested for some time (indeed, you may have seen them on the Guru website in features!) and launched in 2013 in both eyed and spade-end versions. They're made from a lovely, light wire that will handle everything up to, and including, match-sized carp. They're a super all-round hook that is perfect for use with pellets, maggots and sweetcorn on a range of waters. They're favoured by Guru match ace Andy Bennett and he uses them to amass huge weights from commercials up and down the UK.
Bait Drill, These precision-engineered drills are perfect for creating popular balanced presentations like the KD rig and Muzza rig. There are two drills in the range, 8mm and 6mm, which will cater for a range of hook baits, including standard baits, smaller boilies and tiger nuts. The tips of the drill bits have been specially engineered to allow baits to be drilled without cracking. Each drill comes supplied with six quality cork sticks that fit the drilled holes perfectly. We also supply replacement packs of cork sticks, each of which contain 10 cylinders.
COG System, A lead system that betters the hooking qualities of an inline, yet casts like a lead clip, with all its safety benefits? It doesn't exist, right? Well, such a product has just arrived at Korda HQ. After what seems like ages in the development, the COG system is finally here, in physical form. COG stands for Centre of Gravity, which is a reference to the unique way that the hook link is attached to the heaviest part of the lead, giving instant, unparalleled hooking. Put simply, this system has been designed to convert more pick-ups into fish on the bank.When to use it then? Well, it's best used over firm lake beds like gravel, sand and firm silt, rather than weed, when you're better to reach for the Heli-Safe system. It can be cast every bit as far as a normal lead clip system, although when going for extreme range, it's worth dispensing with any PVA bags as the impact could force the half-swivel out of the lead. For margin work and placing from boats, the COG is simply unrivalled. Initially, there are just two lead shapes available, flat pear and distance, which should cover you for most fishing situations. The flat pear version is best used for closer range, lowering or dropping from a boat, whereas the distance version is the one to reach for if you're having to go long for your fish. One point well worth noting is that the COG boom sections are numbered (on the swivel) because it's essential that they are used with the correct lead. If you use the wrong boom with the wrong lead, the setup simply won't work as intended.