Greys Prodigy GT4 Review

Welcome to the Grey’s Prodigy GT4 review – the 4th generation carp rod in the highly regarded series!

Now, I really enjoyed the performance of the GT3 so let’s take a look to see if the GT4 can go one step further…..


Grey Prodigy GT4 Review
The Prodigy GT4 is the 4th Generation rod in this highly regarded series!



With a completely redesigned new blank, which now incorporates a high modulus carbon fibre with a full 3k woven into it, complimented with an carbon armour finish (it looks very sleek!)

(If this is  all a bit technical, the helpful people at Harrison Rods have created an in-depth article into creating blanks)

Down at the business end and you’ll find a resepctful Fuji DPS-18 reel seat along with black anodised collars – whih compliments this the rod well.

The GT4 has a slim shrink wrapped handle and laser-etched butt cap which is now standard in any quality carp rod.



Rod Features


  • 3k-UD high modulus woven carbon fibre blank
  • Classic Prodigy progressive action
  • Carbon Armour™ blank finish
  • Full Japanese shrink wrap handle
  • Fuji DPS-18 reel seat
  • G-Lite™ guides (black edition)


What Lengths Are Available?

Currently available in 10, 12 and 13ft lengths.


Test Curve Options?

Test curve options range from 2.75lb to 3.5lb.


Rod Performance

The smooth progressive action that the Prodogy series is famous for certainly still exists in these carp rods!

Whether you need to power out heavy end tackle or battle close quarters, the GT4 easily copes with both ends of the scale.


Now What?


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