Harrison Torrix Marker Rod 12ft

If you want to accurately to mark your swim then this Torrix Marker from Harrison is ideal for you. The Harrison Torrix Marker rod has been designed and built to the same exacting specifications as the Torrix in order to perfectly complement the existing range.

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Harrison Torrix 12ft Marker Rod

The Harrison Torrix Marker rod has been designed and built to the same exacting specifications as the Torrix in order to perfectly complement the existing range. For example, the rod boasts a 1K carbon weave that stretches up the length of the rod from the butt to the tip joint. This not only gives the rod the kind of action that you would demand to place your marker precisely where you require it but it also ensures that this rod is the perfect cosmetic match to the rest of the Torrix range.

Marking your swim is essential, as after you’ve put in all that hard effort finding your feature you don’t want to loose it after misjudging your cast. In order to accurately bait an area – particularly when you’re spodding a swim – and to ensure that you’re placing your hook bait right on top of your freebies you need to introduce a marker float into the area. This is where the marker rod comes into its own, giving you the same casting ability as your main rod but this time with a specialist marker float. If you want to accurately to mark your swim then this Torrix Marker from Harrison is ideal for you.

Key Features

  • Capable of putting a marker as far as you need it
  • But will still be sensitive in the tip
  • Finished to the same spec as the Torrix range
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