Returning items having changed your mind within 30 days
Refunds and exchanges will be processed upon receipt of goods that are in re-saleable condition and accompanied by a returns note. Return postage costs are the responsibility of the customer, we regret that we cannot be held responsible for returned goods lost in transit.
How to return - Enclose your returns note and take your parcel to your local Post Office. Please ensure you use a tracked service and ask for proof of postage.We regret that we cannot be held responsible for returned goods lost in transit. It is your responsibility to provide either a valid tracking number or signed for delivery service.
Returns from outside the uk
Package should be clearly marked GOODS BEING RETURNED TO COUNTRY OF ORIGIN. This information should also be entered on any customs declaration that is required. We regret that we cannot be held responsible for returned goods lost in transit. It is your responsibility to provide either a valid tracking number or signed for delivery service which does not incur extra customs charges.
Match the line weight to the rod rating. For instance, if you have a 7 weight rod get a 7 weight line.
If the rod has 2 numbers on it (6/7 for instance) then match it with the heavier number, 7 in this case. If it's rated 7/8, get an 8 weight line and so on.
Here is a video showing how to use the Overhang Marker®️
The number 1 fault we see when teaching is when people slip line into their false casts, lengthening line each time until they have too much line in the air to handle. They think that by increasing the amount of line in the air before you make the final cast, you will get further. This is rarely the case.
The real solution is to have the optimal amount of overhang before you make the final cast.
To start, try using the overhang marker just out of the rod tip, if the cast doesn't work, bring some line in and bring the overhang marker to your hand. Keep trying different positions of the overhang marker until the cast works.