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Carp fishing combo

Carp combo

When you want to start fishing for carp, it's understandable that it might seem like a daunting prospect. There are so many products on the market that it can be difficult to make a good choice. After all, you want to be sure that your equipment is complete and the products should match each other. By choosing a complete carp kit you know for sure that your kit is right and the products are well balanced. So, you don't have to worry about forgetting an indispensable product.

Complete carp sets

A carp set from Fishdeal is complete and provides you with exactly what you need to fish for carp. A set consists of two or three rods in combination with a suitable carp reel. In addition, a set often contains a rod pod, bite indicators, backstops, swingers or hangers and a strong line for the reels. A more elaborate set may include an unhooking mat, landing net, carrying case, boilies or even a bedchair with a sleeping bag. The products in a set are matched to each other and often products of a particular brand are combined because these products match best. Carp sets are composed by fanatical carp anglers who spend many hours on the bank. This knowledge is indispensable when putting together a good carp set.

Buy carp sets

When you want to buy a carp set, it's important to have a clear idea of what you want to do and where you want to fish. We always recommend reading up on fishing before you buy a carp set. For example, you might want light and short carp rods because you will mainly fish on small-scale waters, or you might want three-piece rods instead of two-piece rods because you like the short transport length. Often, you also have the choice between a set of two or three rods. Depending on your licence and the water you are fishing on, you may be allowed to fish with three rods.

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