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 Merry Go - Round

Merry Go - Round

The work on this rod for ice spinner fishing began in 2001. The need to create such a solution emerged when testing our offer for the winter season. We noticed, fishing for perch on spinner and using normal, then-available ice fishing rods, that we often hooked up fish not seeing the bite, as if fish attacked the lure when it was jerked up. The first thought was to put a reinforced bobber on the tip of a normal ice fishing rod. The trials were extremely satisfactory - suddenly, it turned out that spinner bites are equally visible as when using mormyshka. Then an afterthought came — some bites were still not visible, because fish pushed up the spinner, which was not registered by the bobber, or it was shown to a minimal degree. The next constructed prototype already had a reinforced bobber mounted “up” on the tip. Now, even the raised bites were perfectly visible. The only problem in so constructed prototype was the way the line was led from the spool of the reel that was located under the bobber grip, which in turn was located on the top. After many tests and trials a new design was developed to divide the monolith of the one-piece blank into two parts “shifted” in relation to their axis and bonded together with a metal connector. In such a form the rod went into production and is still offered in the carbon version and as a “Roundabout” in the composite version.This design proved to be so useful that later on many other manufacturers started to produce their rods basing on our solution.The work on this rod for ice spinner fishing began in 2001. The need to create such a solution emerged when testing our offer for the winter season. We noticed, fishing for perch on spinner and using normal, then-available ice fishing rods, that we often hooked up fish not seeing the bite, as if fish attacked the lure when it was jerked up. The first thought was to put a reinforced bobber on the tip of a normal ice fishing rod. The trials were extremely satisfactory - suddenly, it turned out that spinner bites are equally visible as when using mormyshka. Then an afterthought came — some bites were still not visible, because fish pushed up the spinner, which was not registered by the bobber, or it was shown to a minimal degree. The next constructed prototype already had a reinforced bobber mounted “up” on the tip. Now, even the raised bites were perfectly visible. The only problem in so constructed prototype was the way the line was led from the spool of the reel that was located under the bobber grip, which in turn was located on the top. After many tests and trials a new design was developed to divide the monolith of the one-piece blank into two parts “shifted” in relation to their axis and bonded together with a metal connector. In such a form the rod went into production and is still offered in the carbon version and as a “Roundabout” in the composite version.This design proved to be so useful that later on many other manufacturers started to produce their rods basing on our solution.The work on this rod for ice spinner fishing began in 2001. The need to create such a solution emerged when testing our offer for the winter season. We noticed, fishing for perch on spinner and using normal, then-available ice fishing rods, that we often hooked up fish not seeing the bite, as if fish attacked the lure when it was jerked up. The first thought was to put a reinforced bobber on the tip of a normal ice fishing rod. The trials were extremely satisfactory - suddenly, it turned out that spinner bites are equally visible as when using mormyshka. Then an afterthought came — some bites were still not visible, because fish pushed up the spinner, which was not registered by the bobber, or it was shown to a minimal degree. The next constructed prototype already had a reinforced bobber mounted “up” on the tip. Now, even the raised bites were perfectly visible. The only problem in so constructed prototype was the way the line was led from the spool of the reel

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