It's a medium specimen net with a "square" front end so the picture is a bit misleading. However, I tend to favour the bigger nets as the chub tend to be big with a good chance of a "6" and maybe more. Also a fair chance of a barbel, particularly that area. I've had them to 11lbs+ interrupting my chub sessions from that exact spotNeil, that picture is so evocative of our sport, very nice moment I'd guess. The landing net looks huge, maybe just a camera angle thing, or you could be after Jaws?
Neil, if you cant use it properly, I know a man who can...………… Me
They are good poles, the beastmaster is one of the best margin poles on the market, and the Spectron is a brilliant pole and spares readily available if required.
the Speccy is an excellent choice. I’ve got the exceler which I understand is pretty much the same pole with different graphics.
I inherited all of Mick's fishing gear. A lifetime's worth and included all sorts of gear from brothers and sister. The pole gear was Mick's domain and he had a lot with several duplicates including another Beast Master and a couple of Tournament match poles purchased in the last year or two. I just selected the two above for my purposes and made sure all the other stuff went to some of his lifelong mates.
Don't take the Browning weight too seriously. 12.3Kg is the net weight of the whole package, chair, side tray, footplate, the lot. Removing all the extraneous bits gets the weight down to less than 7Kg.there is not much difference between the Browning feeder chair and the Nufish one,
I think the Browning has a footplate and side tray and weighs around 12kg.
the Nufish one weighs 7kg,Both have adjustable backrests,
The nufish packs down to 26cm in height and has underseat leg storage clips.