Discussion in 'Sea Fishing Forum - Shore, Boat & Kayak Fishing' started by Willy Nelson, Feb 8, 2008.
Probably a stupid question but was is a "Pilk" rod? :embarrass: :embarrass: :embarrass:
never heard of one, but i know that norwegians call pirks pilks so maybe its a rod for working pirks...
Is it one of those rods that use when they cut a hole in the ice .think they about a foot in lenght
Steerser is spot on. It's a pirking rod, but they are more often a lot lighter than what we would use and are often rung for fixed spool use, although we are seeing a steady increase in those designed for multipliers. Generally they are quite tippy as they are designed to flick the lighter pilks (pirks) through the water.
Probably good yakking tools.
Wrong again .But was only a guess anyway :embarrass:
learn summat new every day :surprise:
If thats the case im going to use one longer than a foot next time i try it
might be better than casting with than your cheapo pillock rod nelson :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:
Oi Slug no need, you know you inherit all my old rods when I get bored and need to buy shiny new ones. The Pilk may well be coming your way some day :butt: :butt: :butt:
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