A rather special Kennet Perfection

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Dokterhoo
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Re: A rather special Kennet Perfection

Post by Dokterhoo » Fri Sep 11, 2015 7:42 am

Cracking rod and looks just right teamed up with the Hardy Wallis. I had a B.James Kennet with 6" missing from the tip and it was a great chub rod for small rivers.

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Re: A rather special Kennet Perfection

Post by J.T » Fri Sep 11, 2015 10:43 am

Great stuff badger1! :)
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Re: A rather special Kennet Perfection

Post by Martin James » Thu Mar 16, 2017 3:09 pm

Badger I couldn't agree more with you, Andrews Kennet Perfection is far better than the soft floppy B James model, I had 2 when they first come on the market, I let the late Len Head have one, the other rod went to a soldier who had left the service through injury having got him into fishing I gave him the other rod. I'm more than pleased with my Kennet Perfection from Andrew

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Re: A rather special Kennet Perfection

Post by Chubman » Thu Mar 16, 2017 10:29 pm

i have a chapmans kennet perfection,3 piece 11-6 made for fred crouch, only 6 made i understand,much better than the b james version i think

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