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I'm searching a nice SW spinning rod that can replace my telescopic catana 270mh and found the following one in Japan ;-). I know that you're familiar with Bushwhacker, Tengryu and maybe Shakespeare rods but I like its shape, power, the dragon inlay and willing to trust in Japanese made rods...
It'll cost around 200 pounds incl shipping.
I'd like to know whether you have used this rod already and share experiences with me.

http://www.orientalanglerstore.jp/product/1860

As for the bootfoot waders, I've searched the forum. There are some nice posts & threads already but I did not find what I'm looking for. It should be cheap, around 60-70 pounds (considering the shipping) and comfortable and light (considering the neoprene thickness).

found some;
http://www.fishusa.com/Frogg-Toggs-Cascades-Bootfoot-Chest-Waders_p.html
http://www.froggtoggs.com/?wading/neoprene/2713243
http://www.sierratradingpost.com/p/2248,59024_Remington-Premium-4-mm-Neoprene-Bootfoot-Waders-For-Men.html
http://www.hodgman.com/Lakestreamreg-Neoprene-Felt-Sole-Bootfoot-Wader-P1978.aspx


Thanks in advance...
 

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I haven never held one of their rods in my hands, but Spartas have an excellent reputation as a value for money product in Japan and I don’t think you will go wrong with one.
 

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I'm planning to get it Thomas and I need to save some money for it, still :wink:
 
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