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Quantum Rods Zanderkant

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Zander specialist Sebastian Hänel swears by fast spinning rods for soft lure fishing. He dreamed of a rod with the speed of an arrow, whose springiness could set new standards and reliably convert even the finest drop-back bites. Designed for difficult situations, such as fishing in eddy currents, at long range or at great depths. The Quantum rod engineers have created the perfect rod for these purposes for him.
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Spinning Rod Quantum Zanderkant 2,65m | 15-90g
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Spinning Rod Quantum Zanderkant 2,65m | 15-90g

Code: 1949265


Casting weight: 15-90 g
Length: 265.00 cm
Sections: 2
Transport length: 137 cm
Weight: 236.00 g

£ 91.85
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Zander specialist Sebastian Hänel swears by fast spinning rods for soft lure fishing. He dreamed of a rod with the speed of an arrow, whose springiness could set new standards and reliably convert even the finest drop-back bites. Designed for difficult situations, such as fishing in eddy currents, at long range or at great depths. The Quantum rod engineers have created the perfect rod for these purposes for him.
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