BV GT Competition 15 ft #10 (4 piece)
A powerhorse of a rod. If you want the best comp rod there is, this is the one. So light in hand yet so strong. Handles all types of conditions, no wind, heavy wind, sidewind, tail wind, head wind, flat water and waves. Ultra fast full flexed rod for the experienced caster. The world longest spey cast with a 15’ is done with this rod, 64,5m/211,6feet, and also world record in total two cast combined (left/right single spey) with 121m/396,1 feet.
BV GT Competition 18 ft #12 (5 piece)
Tuff and bad ass. This rod flex deep into the blank, yet recoverd with lightning quickness. This rod is amazing and this is Nobuo’s degin on it’s best. In hand this rod don’t feel like and 18’ in weight, it’s so light and yet so strong and perfect. The world record speycast with a 18’ was made with this rod in hand with an icredible lenght of 76m/249,4 feet.
- High-end Double Handed Rods
- Blanks with Bias Versa (BV) Technology
- Powerful, deep action and fast tip
- Fuji Titanium KW guides and stainless snake rings
- Grips made of Super grade cork from Portugal
- Custom reelseat made by ALPS Tackle
- Dark blue semi dull blank color with maching dark blue wraps and silver metallic trims
- Rods are delivered in high end aluminium rod tube with protective bag
Bias Versa Technology:
Good rod blank design depends on the combination of a number of elements: the mandrel taper; the modulus and strength of the carbon prepreg; and the layers and thickness of the carbon fibre. The most popular (and cheapest) method involves one directional laying of the carbon along the length of the blank. Most high-quality blanks involve laying a second layer of carbon fibre at 90 degrees to the longitudinal layer. This gives a significant improvement in performance. The Bias Versa and GT rods take this a step further (indeed two!). The first two layers are made in the longitudinal plus 90 degree fashion. Then, using the most advanced carbon fibre cutting machine combined with the highest engineering skills, a third layer is cut with the carbon fibres laying on a 45 degree bias. Further still, a forth layer is cut on an opposing 45 degree bias. This four layer construction produces a rod that is very light, casts extremely straight and recovers exceptionally quickly. This combination of state-of-the-art proprietary Japanese carbon fibre coupled with the most advanced cutting and laying techniques available today has produced the truly magnificent Bias Versa GT rods.
|10||15 ft (4,57 m)||Double Hand||306 g||4|
|12||18 ft (5,48 m)||Double Hand||385 g||5|