Daiwa Multi Margin

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    • #58523

      TF_carpa22
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      I know £525 is a lot of money for a margin pole is it worth it ? i have the AIRTY X45 and was thinking about buying one as it is compatible i could then get rid of my Garbo power pole.

    • #174092

      TF_Ben Field
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      They are amazing things! Very stiff and very light. They feel just like most top end poles at 9m to be honest, just stronger.

      http://thecoarseproject.blogspot.co.uk/2014/11/daiwa-2015-product-range-match.html

    • #174093

      maybe i’m wrong – but cant see how a proper strong walled pole suitable for margins or bagging/heavy elastic/snags could really be compatible with the butt sections of even the comparatively pretty strong regular t/pro x? :confused:

      Obviously others may disagree – but in worst case, then surely replacing a smashed regular no.7 or butt section would work out be nearly as expensive as the margin pole?

      Most margin type pole i’ve used are pretty banana ‘ish and rely on the bend to subdue fish (the shimmy beastmaster is a prime eg), Whereas, older power poles like the old garbo power maxim were relatively stiff (comparing extremely well to decent £1,500 band power poles today) – as well as strong – if the daiwa is like the latter great – but still wouldn’t feel ‘safe’ with slightly weaker walled butt sections.
      Though can also obviously see that having interchangeable sections and stronger sections 4-7 might be very, very useful and therefore worth forking out the extra for. But even £525 is’nt a lot compared to a top end daiwa or a proper bagging power pole- though a lot for a margin pole – hence my query.

    • #174094

      TF_carpa22
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      Thanks Ben thats Christmas sorted for me.

    • #174096

      tricast trilogy xrs margin pole very nice and cheaper 😀

    • #174101

      TF_adi fisherman
      Participant

      I think anyone who says this pole is as light as a top of the range Daiwa at 9m is a bit dilluded.. Yes it is quite light for a margin pole but not as light, it cannot be can it? The real point of this pole is not to use it with say Airity sections to make it longer but to use your Daiwa top kits on it. If you need to fish longer then I would suggest a ‘margin’ pole by definition is not the correct tool.
      This pole has a slightly ‘floppy’ feel about it, just like the Tricast trilogy margin does, this will give it the same bend which equates to strength ultimately. I am not saying it is not stiff as it is ok but not like a top of the range match pole is.
      The benefit for Daiwa anglers is obviously the interchangeable sections but in reality you might use one in an emergency or use the no4 or 5 for a deep venue but not want to swap sections between models unless absolutely necessary.
      Obviously it is very expensive and this will bring out the Daiwa ‘knockers’ but it is well finished and does what Daiwa claim it will do and they will and are selling lots of them.
      Is it better than the Tricast trilogy? In my opinion no, it is very, very similar when you put them side by side and let’s not forget the trilogy is cheaper and has a much more proven track record. I think it will appeal more to current Daiwa users and not as much as as a stand alone margin pole like the Tricast does.
      Hope this helps some people make their mind up but I would really suggest looking at the Daiwa & Tricast side by side in a shop before deciding which is best.

    • #174107

      TF_bagging machine
      Participant

      What elastic rating does the Daiwa have?

    • #174110

      TF_adi fisherman
      Participant

      Same as all Daiwa poles. 20 in the power kit.

    • #174112

      TF_bagging machine
      Participant

      @adi fisherman wrote:

      Same as all Daiwa poles. 20 in the power kit.

      So its no stronger than a tournament or an airity?

    • #315260

      Robert Irwin
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