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just wondering what these were like or if anyone had used one yet. I'm in the market for a shorter rod around 7 or 8ft.

Any suggestions or help would be appreciated.
 

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just wondering what these were like or if anyone had used one yet. I'm in the market for a shorter rod around 7 or 8ft.

Any suggestions or help would be appreciated.
Andrew,

Not had that model but I have bought 2 other rods in the Savage Gear range and I find them superb, and good value for money.
 

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Has anyone got, used or had a wiggle with a Savage Gear SenZora rod?

I can't find any UK sites with details so can't even find a price. Just looking for a SP rod around £50 that I can stick an exage 3000 on for 5 - 20g max, sp's.

Cheers.
 

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James: asked **** already?

I could get you a new Savagear Senzora 2,51m 7-25g here in Germany for GBP80 incl. shipping in a transport tube to UK Mainland. Maybe **** can do it cheaper cause shipping is so expansive from germany?

PM me if you are interested.
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No mate, I hadn't asked him because I would like to find out if anyone has used one yet before buying one. It looks like no one has though.

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Thanks Thomas.
 

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Never even heard of that one, James. Lots of people (my son George included!) like the 10-30g 7' Bush Wacker. Keith has been using these for their exploits in Jersey as well and I have to say it is terrific for the money. Light and strong and casts well. George has the knack with soft baits and this rod seems better with them than the 8'6" rod. He has paired it with a Shimano Exage 2500 reel which balances beautifully. Hope that helps.
 

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Yes it does, cheers Tim. The one I was looking at though can handle 5g lures which is why I preferred that option, otherwise I was just going to plump for the bushy.

Thanks for the help mate.
 

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If you have read the catch report from 'Takeshis Castle', I was using the 10-30 BW there, and would say it handles lighter than 10 quite comfortably. I was using 7g and easily detecting bites, even from the massive height we were fishing from.
 
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