Fair point, although there are still a fair few poles being used out there which dont use an alignment system, so you would never align the spine anyway? Right?
My old Venom which doesnt appear to have a spine visible on the carbon wrap of the sections also has more sections than the more recent longer mandrel poles.
The numbers on the joints therefore help when looking for your number 5, rather than a number 6, which look similar in size.
Daiwa poles for example already have these, so the stickers could be used to replace those which have worn off or numbers have faded.
Wouldnt quite call them ‘chocolate teapot’ but I know what you mean.
Only use it a couple of times a year when either at Drayton, or if draw a real snag pit.
Are the new Tricast as strong as the old XRS range?
Was thinking of getting rid of it in favour of one more fishable at full length, but keeping coming back to the fact that you could jump on it and probably come back with a broken foot!!!
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