Think i will stick to my float rod and my ledger rod, noticed when i was picking some new gear that people where going mad over pellet waggler rods and the like, the young lad in the shop did look a bit puzzled when i asked for a float / match rod!!Hi Chris
yep! Fishing has certianly changed during those years. Carp, carp , carp and more carp. Don't forget the 'new' carp - barbel! 16 years ago you might have used two rods, one for the float and another you got out when you wanted to do a spot of ledgering.
These days you need a rod for carp (or three), a floodwater barbel rod, asummer level barbel rod, a tench float rod, the list goes on.............. Hope you've managed to save a few bob over the years, you're going to need it to keep up with the Jones's
Oh, and welcome.