thanks, thats interesting because ive got an Agility 2 in 9'6" #6 that was probably my most used rod (was) really versatile and i honestly could not fault it and was considering the maxcatch nano in a #6 or #5 depending on the feel and action of them?I've owned a couple of Leichi Nano rods, they were ok, decent enough. Have to say no better than a Shakey Agility 2 for nearly half as much money though. One thing I will say is that they were cheaper buying them from Leichi than Maxcatch at the time (about 4 years ago) two halves of the same coin of course but they were approx. £80 ea landed from Leichi, and as memory serves around £120 from Maxcatch, go figure. I'd still buy a Shakey in preference though, every bit as good a rod for about £55.
the claimed weight of the #4 and #5 is very light, how do you rate the feel and action or comparison to something else?I got this one for Christmas and I must say that so far I am very happy with it.
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I have the 9' 4#. To be honest, I would have preferred an 8' or an 8' 6" but they don't make a 4# in that length
The claimed weight is accurate I put mine on an accurate electronic scales and it came out at something like 78 g which is incredibly light.the claimed weight of the #4 and #5 is very light, how do you rate the feel and action or comparison to something else?