Lakeside -1 Still Fishing Rod

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CAPERLAN

Made for learning to still fish in fresh water.
This telescopic rod is fitted with a line connector so that you can set up quickly at the water's edge. The Essential Pole is a powerful, sturdy rod thanks to its fibreglass construction.
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Advantages
Ease of useLine connector on the tip for fast set up.
DurabilityThe CAPERLAN Essential pole is a sturdy rod due to its fibreglass composition.
Compact design1.15 m transport length for easy transport and storage.
VersatilityThe rods can be used in both freshwater and for shore fishing.
Warranty2 Years
Technical Information

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Composition
Composite rod. The Essential Pole is available in several lengths: - 3 m (120 g) - 4 m (220 g) - 5 m (350 g) - 6 m (490 g) - 7 m (670 g)
2
Design
The engineers and designers from the CAPERLAN TEAM developed and tested this rod in Cestas, Gironde region, France.
3
After sales service
Replacement part available to order: 8495464 : LAKESIDE-1 cap 3M 8495465 : LAKESIDE-1 cap 4M 8495466 : LAKESIDE-1 cap 5M 8495467 : LAKESIDE-1 Butt Caps 6M
Information / Concept / Technology
Composition
Structure : 100.0% Glass - Fiber (FG)

Stockage tips
Store the rod in a sleeve in a dry place.

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Ballon catcher
Used for 3 to 6 months
Ok, weird use but we needed to find something to get balloons down form a high ceiling. Stuck a cork on the end with a few bits of wire sticking out and it works a treat and is light enough to wave around!
Not a good rod/pole
Used for 1 week or less
Just not good or easy to use. A telescopic pole of this length is not practical, especially if you are a novice like me. Complete waste of time and money. Only used it for one cast then set to one side. Never to be used again.
Response of the brand
Hi William,

Thanks for your message. Please could you elaborate a little in terms of the difficulties so I can try to help you? What length of pole did you purchase? Normally you don't cast in a classical way with the pole, but more of pendulum motion or a flick. We usually recommend whips (like this pole) above all other products to beginners as it should usually be very simple to use. I have attached a Youtube clip that explains the ins and outs.
Sorry for the inconvenience,
Regards

ROSS

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sKQRFZ9-ENs
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