Any Fish Anywhere Rock Rod

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Any Fish Anywhere Rock Rod

The Anyfish Anywhere 13′ rock rod

The AnyfishAnywhere 13′ rock rod is the sort of rod that should scare any mild mannered beach angler. It is the sort of rod that is capable of landing just about anything that swims and is designed to do just one thing.
A single minded rod for what is probably the most extreme form of sea fishing in the UK. It does not matter if its cod from the rocky shoreline of the north east or fishing for large eels in the Bristol channel, if you fish in those sorts of locations you will need a rod that will give you a fighting chance of landing what you hook. And this is the rod

anyfishanywhere rock rod

Features
– High modulus low diameter carbon blank
– Very smooth progressive and powerful casting action
– Casts 6oz to 8oz with big baits
– Subtle rod graphics
– Genuine Fuji BMNAG rings
– High quality size 27mm stainless steel coasters with duplon inserts
– Casting reducer with butt cap
– Custom style black tipped red slim whippings
– Custom made rod bag which also has a reducer pocket
– Supplied in a protective hard tube for transport and protection

By | 2018-03-23T08:52:38+00:00 January 15th, 2009|Fishing Rods, Tackle|7 Comments

About the Author:

Site Administrator Glenn Kilpatrick has a passion for all types of sea angling. Past winner of the Whitby Sea Anglers fishing club on 2 occasions, Glenn now mainly focuses on summer fishing with bass and pollack being his favoured target fish. Glenn now also prefers Kayak Fishing over any other type of Sea Fishing.

7 Comments

  1. Andy Frazer July 15, 2008 at 6:21 pm - Reply

    Quite simply the very best rock rod I have used in 30 years of Rock fishing. I don’t need to say anything else.

  2. Jellyworm July 16, 2008 at 10:05 am - Reply

    What a cracking rod ,capable of handling anything you can throw at it. The blank is very understated in the black with just a hint of red trim,no fancy graphics but what this rod doesn’t display it certainly makes up for in how it performs.
    The tip sits well in a heavy sea or wind and the rod is very tip actioned very quickly powering up into a powerful butt,not completely rigid but still very powerful.
    On the negative side I would say that the shrink tube lets the rod down and mine has been replaced with more grippy diamond pattern instead of the factory fit stuff and the high build cracked around the rings after a couple of months.
    The tip is not as sensative as the AFAW Match but for the fishing purpose the Rock is intended for bite indication is no problem and mine is often used for heavy sea big tide beach venues not just rough ground.
    You’ll probably guess I love mine and having used it to fish on average twice a week throughout the last winter season,hauling up and down cliffs to the point where the poor rod was a battered shadow of its former self it was time to bring it back to life rather than get rid. Well having stripped the lacquer and rebuilt the rod I am confident the blank will give a few more years service yet.
    Out of a Century TTR,a Century F1 and Century Fireblade ,AFAW Match the AFAW Rock is the rod that I keep going back to..so much so that I snapped up a spare one that came up for sale and tucked it away just incase my old faithful gives up on me.

    cHEERS jELLYWORM

  3. CPS July 16, 2008 at 9:28 pm - Reply

    I had heard allot about this rod so when i had the chance to win one in the festival i lept at it, sadly i was very disopinted whilst the build quality and fittings were first class the soft butt let it down badly for any sort of distance work which was a shame as the tip is proberbly spot on, the soft but also made repetabilaty hiting the target a bit hard work to but that could just be me being used to stiff butted rods, on the pluss side a gave it to a pall who says its the best rod hes used, so suming up maybe its a very god rod for the avarage angler with modarate casting abilaty

  4. gary December 16, 2010 at 12:15 am - Reply

    I think the rock rod is the best on the market for its use?
    And CPS ! if you are going to make a comment about this
    Fantastic rod ! then learn to spell !!

  5. andrew hubbard February 26, 2013 at 2:21 pm - Reply

    hi a have been casting and fishing with my 13 foot red rock rod in all tipes grounds soft clean to mixed to heavie kelp and cliff tops it is a ultamite power house preformd grate otg and over head cast less wind ditection in a strong wint tip stops firm and nothink wrong with butt section a hahe lifted 2 10lb codling one on clean grounds the other up a 20 foot cliff no effort needed and my pb sore caught fish a 15lb conger eel up scotland cast a 6oz 7oz lead and a bait no problem grate bite detection power tip good mid butt all preformes threw the cast am on low but fore reel canot fault it a have bn on greys zziplex fore few years also but none compare to the rock rod verry well thought about when built

  6. andrew hubbard October 2, 2013 at 12:13 pm - Reply

    hi a have had the red rock rod mark 1 fore 5 years a think its the best rod out a have had lots fish on it best is 15lb conger eel 2 10lb cod and a 8lb it handles so smooth very light grate to use slim light and powerful

  7. Jellyworm December 11, 2017 at 11:54 am - Reply

    Well nearly 10 years on from my last comment about the Rock rod…..shame that they are no longer made as the present trend is for longer stiffer rods which most people end up either over gunned or moving the reel seat up to effectively fish how they would a shorter more manageable rod. Many rods have passed through my fishing armoury since first buying my Rock and most have been sold on as newer rods come on the market. However my Rock has just been treated to another rebuild, having been used and abused built for fixed spool and braid I’ve stripped it back given it a coat of lovely blue tinted lacquer and whipped it back up for multiplier use again. Plenty of spigot left even after all this time and it looks like a new rod again and still feels as stiff as ever. I’m no massive chucker but have done 220 on the tournament field with it and I m sure in better hands than mine it could do much much more but it is still a fishing rod and the give in the butt adds to it’s ease of casting. Since 2008 things have moved on massively with lads using very compliant rods and braids over rough ground so the previous comments of this rod being too soft probably pail into insignificance now….a great rod for rough ground and or big tides with big leads and baits, I shall keep on using my old faithful when the fancy takes me away from fixed spool and braid. Shame Julian doesn’t re-visit this rod again.

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