I haven't used the Maxcatch nymph rods but there is a lot of discussion about them on their Facebook page. It seems that the Nano Nymph is by far the best, the Farglory is thought of as a bit floppy and the new In Touch (which I was interested in) is described as very top heavy. As I say, not my own opinion, but they seem to be genuine comments...
The site is up, but working really slow
mate, the 11ft nano is excellent. First time out I landed a couple of 2lb trout and a handful of greying. It’s really sensitive & you can feel every touch. It’s simple ‘flick casting’. I ordered the cheapest 11ft v-nymph but they sent the nano instead.. no complaints there. i only found out when I opened the package after a dispute with import duties.
. credit where it’s due, MC refunded the duty once I showed them the receipt...
as everyone knows on the MC thread
...a word of warning : don’t rely on quick delivery, allow a couple of months
... the upside is that the rods are excellent and worth the wait.
just ordered the Farglory after seeing a few reviews (& before the secret of these rods is out and they hike the prices)
Thanks , I’ll have a test out with a few other 4# lines and see which “appeals“ to the rodHi Jonbee, have the 7'6" 3# and use it with a 4# no problem. It works well with a 3# but as a lot of my river work is close I use the 4#. This rod replaced my Greys Streamflex 6'6" 3#(mk 1) again use a 4# for the same reason. The lines used are the "standard" Maxcatch lines (£2-90p before discount).