Carpenter Blue Chaser series of rods.
Carpenter rods represent some of the best built fishing rods in existence.
The Carpenter Blue Chaser series is no exception, whether throwing poppers or stick baits, this rod series is Perfection
The Carpenter Monster Hunter
The Monster Hunter range of rods is a new generation of heavy GT rods from Carpenter and first released to the market in 2010.
The range has been built for fighting a large GT in a shallow area with high drag tension for less line breaking through the
The FCL UC 85 Pro is a versitile mid weight shore casting rod. From throwing heavy headed soft plastics and hard bodies to Jewfish or casting lures to pelagic species off the stones this rod has you covered.
Featuring very crisp fast recovery graphite the 85 Pro has the stiffness in
The UCB 73 L Offshore excels when casting shallow reef flats and wash zones for Trevally, Kingfish, Emperors, Trout and other pelagics like Tuna and Dolphin Fish.
The UCB-73 L Offshore will also jig upto 80g and work soft plastics extremely well making it an excellent rod for targeting reef species.
The UCB 73 M Offshore excels when casting shallow reef flats and wash zones for Trevally, Kingfish, Emperors, Trout and other pelagics like Tuna and Dolphin Fish.
The UCB-73 M Offshore will also jig upto 120g and is an excellent rod for targeting tropical reef species.
The rod has a medium action and when loaded will bend through towards the butt section providing great comfort for the angler.
This rod has loads of power down low and can has accounted for many trophy size fish since its introduction to the FCL Range.
The 81 Extreme MH is the bigger brother to the popular 81-Extreme M. It features a higher drag rating of 17kg, though the tip section is softer than the Medium power rod, making the MH more ideal for throwing stickbaits.
This rod will cast and work lures from under 100g through to
These Japanese designed rods are aptly named, as they are perfect for grappling with any species you may encounter while casting lures offshore — from kings, samsons, amberjacks, various trevallies and dogtooth tuna, to mackerel and southern bluefin.