JRC Powerplay Review

JRC Powerplay
Carp Rod Review

Introduction

JRC  produce a large array of carp tackle.

Many retailers, particularly online,  stock a wide range of JRC tackle from rod pods & bivvies to carp barrows and bite indicators.

I really like their catalogue of products they have to offer (JRC Carp Catalogue can be found here if your interested)

Our first JRC carp rod review is the Powerplay.

JRC Powerplay Review

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JRC Powerplay Review

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Constructed from a high modulus carbon blank, this rod comes in 2 sections.

It utilises 6 high quality SIC guides (the largest at 40mm)

Moving further down to the reel section, a big pit reel would easily fit into the secure 20mm reel seat provided.

There’s an abbreviated duplon handle and a nice rubber butt completes the finish nicely.

This 2.75lb test curve model weighs in at 268g -which is not exactly the lightest rod we’ve reviewed.

There is a spod rod model with a test curve of 4.5lb.

JRC Spod RodJRC Powerplay Spod Rod

Specifications

Length:12 ft
Test Curve:2.75, 3 and 4.5lb
Sections:2
MaterialHigh modulus carbon
Guides:5 + 1
Colour:Black

Summary

A disappointing rod really.

Retailing at about £50, there are other carp rods that provide better value for money.

It does look well made, and performed solidly – there are just better options out there.

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