Nash Dwarf Rods
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Nash Dwarf Rods

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Score: 4.78 (votes: 9)
Reviews: 8
Dwarf is a sister brand of Scope designed to make this revolutionary compact approach affordable to all _ whether you are a newcomer or a youngster.
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  • Weight
    2 lbs
  • SKU
Their innovative retractable butt section enables a significant reduction in the overall pack down length of your rods; opening up new horizons in compact tackle transportation and storage, as well as a fishing lifestyle! Your Dwarfs will store in the smallest of car boots securely and out of sight, so you can pop in to your lake on the way home from work ready to catch that opportunist carp, and still be in time tea. Youngsters can jump on their bikes and cycle effortlessly through the town to the canal or hop on the train to the city carp pool. In addition Dwarf rods challenge traditional thinking of how long a rod should be - why do you need a cumbersome 12ft carp rod when most are casting less than 100yards. Whether you are urban carping, walking the banks of an inland sea, or off to foreign shores - Dwarf is cool.
  • Rod Length
    6 ft., 9 ft., 10 ft.
  • Test Curve
    2.75 lb., 3.00 lb., 3.50 lb.
  • Manufacturer
    Nash Tackle
Customer reviews
Average rating:
4.78 (Votes: 9)
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  • Kelly
    May 10, 2018, 05:16 PM
    I've got two of these in 9', 3 lb TC and love them. They break down to a very manageable length (about the same as a 2-piece 7' catfish rod I've got), feel great in your hands, and are overall a pleasure to fish with.
  • Stephen
    Oct 13, 2017, 02:48 AM
    Definitely unique rods. They live up to the quality of all the other Nash products. I would buy several more if I had the money.
  • Viacheslav
    Jun 10, 2017, 08:54 PM
    Perfect rod for short-to-medium range fishing. 3.5lb worked best for me. Can cast 3 oz lead 100+ yards, no problem. I have two Dwarfs (3 and 3.5 lb), and one Scope (3.5 lb), and so far I didn't see much of a difference in performance to justify the difference in price. Looking to replace my 3lb Dwarf (accidentally snapped tip) with another Dwarf (3.5 lb).
    Dwarf rod sleeve proved to be more practical then analogous scope because reel position on Dwarfs is more universal - can use Dwarf 10' rod sleeve to carry my pike spinning rod or match rod when I go for pike or walleye. On scopes reel is too high, and the sleeves can not be used for anything but the scope rod itself.
  • Dennis
    Aug 21, 2016, 07:22 PM
    Rod is very nice have the 3.0 packs down small about 3 foot .plays fish well
  • Cornell
    Oct 15, 2015, 12:30 AM
    I love the feel of this rod. The 2.75TC model is a good starting point. I can cast in excess of 70 yards concistently with the 9ft 2.75 tc using a Diawa Windcast z spooled with 8lb mono. I'm sure that distance will only increase once i switch to braid. The compact portability of these rods are a true asset to the well traveled angler. They stow away very well and play fish like a dream. I think I'm going to upgrade to the 3lb tc to up my distances.

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