Well, the time has passed for my first Japanese – Tict Sram JSR-610-SS. On Thursday, he went to Grozny, he really liked him and for a month and a half I straightened to him. But I want to get various rods through my hands as much as possible so that there is no feeling that I am missing something. Agree, it's silly to come to the gallery and stand all day at the very first picture? Therefore, on the same day I bought a new toy from a friend – Thirty34Four Advancement DFR-511.
The seller described him as one of the most voiced, which bribed me. I love fishing not only with my eyes, but also with my hands. Sometimes a sharp and sonorous bite brings more pleasure than the process of survival. And making wiring, feeling the heterogeneity of the relief and all sorts of obstacles, is doubly nice. Test 0-1.8g, but I calmly caught on 2g. I feel that the real test is somewhere closer to three, which fits perfectly with the vast majority of my reservoirs.
I did not immediately appreciate the sound of the rod. Yes, I felt bites and hurts on the grass, but the bottom was deaf – thick silt. New sensations appeared when I changed the place of fishing a little, and the bottom there was solid and clay. It was a surprise to me to feel the touch of the ground so well. Not just kickback, a dull, albeit sharp, straightening of the spinning, but sonorous blows. At first I even hooked, confusing such a click with a bite.
The spinning length is 5 feet 11 inches, or our 180 cm. In the casting range, although not very much, it is inferior to the 610th, 10% percent, maybe 15%. But considering that the difference is almost a foot away – a very decent indicator. The only thing that left a bad impression was the hilt. I like to touch the blank with my index finger, it’s not so easy to do here :]
This was the first acquaintance with "Advancement", it seems he will stay with me a little longer :]