As the Daiwa Yank N Bank name implies, these rods are designed for power, fighting, and winning, especially on rivers. Their robust tips, however, might be too strong for still water. These rods are perfect for seating your quiver tip rods, whether you’re method feeder fishing on a local commercial waterbody or fishing tips high on a fast-flowing river. The Daiwa Yank N Bank Feeder Rod comes as a 2-piece rod with 3 Quiver Tips, demonstrating its versatility.
The rod’s Fuji Hard Ring high-grade Aluminum Oxide Centre, in a Blue Grey color with a hardness of 1300 to 1400 Vickers, is notable for its durability. This feeder rod is designed to be filled with groundbait or pellets, attracting fish to the area. Traditional swing tip rods typically had a much softer through action than today’s quiver tip/feeder rods. This general-purpose rod is suitable for various coarse fishing methods, from float fishing to light carp and pike, even spinning.
The design of the quiver tip rods, with a slim flexible tip, allows anglers to detect when a fish intercepts the hook bait. John Wilson’s extensive knowledge in angling led him to design rods for Masterline. For those seeking the very best, the Tournament SLR Feeder Rod is a top choice in Daiwa’s feeder rod range. The unique feature of these rods is their ability to change the end section, as seen in Drennan’s excellent rod, making them versatile for various methods and venues.
A great example of this versatility is the 12ft Specialist Avon Quiver rod, a multi-purpose rod with a 1 1/4lb test curve and two separate top joint systems. This rod is excellent for shy biting barbel and other coarse fish, blending sleek style with top performance. The Shakespeare Omni 9 ft Feeder / Quiver Tip Rod is another notable mention, offering flexibility for numerous fishing situations. Most quiver tip or feeder rods come with interchangeable tips, adding to their adaptability for different fishing conditions.