Nash Scope Review

Nash Scope
Carp Rod Review

Introduction

Founder Kevin Nash has come up with a truly stunning carp rod with the ‘Scope’.

At just 10ft complimented with a 3lb test curve, big carp anglers can now expect an unstoppable blockbusting rod.

Other test curve options are available, 9ft version as well as a cork butt option at the time of writing.


The Review

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The butt section is retractable meaning the rod packs down to around 50 inches depending on the chosen version – easily fitting way in your boot with ease.

Ideal for use in confined swims to provide a rod optimum for stalking, or even, surprisingly, long distance casting as 170yds have been achieved with the 9ft option.

As discussed, test curve options have been expanded to give you variety that accompanies your fishing style such as spodding, marker work or even boat fishing (France anyone?).

Nash have been able to improve sensitivity, accuracy and heightened performance with the Scope rod.

As we delve a little deeper, we can tell you the rod is constructed from super light high modulus carbon blanks utilising Fuji Minima one piece guide to enhance casting sensitivity.

Moving down the rod, a genuine Fuji DPS reel seat is situated above the Japanese full shrink (and cork) handle. Caron line clips are available on 2.75lb test curve models and above.

Etched into the butt is a black stainless steel cap with beta light slot.

Carp rod for Stalking


Specifications

Length:9-10ft
Test Curve:2.75 and up
Sections:2
MaterialHigh modulus carbon
Guides:5
Colour:Black

Summary

These Scope rods are ultra-light and innovative as regards to the retractable butt.

Nash Scope Rod Review
Amazon Review Analysis

Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars (2 customer reviews)

No. of 5 Star Ratings: 2

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