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11 Oct 2016
by CARPology
Lean machine
Courtesy of Taska, you can now own a carbon throwing stick without having to go into arrears on the mortgage

Looks, as they say, can be deceptive. Sure, taken at face value, this collection of two new throwing sticks appears to be merely another carbon throwing stick from another company. But beneath the Venda’s fat-free exterior, it’s different on a couple of levels.

Made from an ultra thin yet incredibly strong 3k carbon weave and coupled with a soft-grip handle. The result is a throwing stick which weights next to nothing (the SR model a measly 66g), meaning you can put your baits out just as far as normal but with less power – and that ultimately means a less aching elbow and arm.

Use a throwing stick on a regular basis and got an aching elbow like Ken Townley? Then you’ll love the Venda. Its ultra lightweight body punches through the air, creating minimal fatigue and arm strain

The two sizes will cover two ranges: the Venda SR will put baits up to 21mm 60 to 70yds, whilst the LR model can land the same sized baits over 100. A Neoprene Velcro case will keep it protected during transport and the price tag will do the same with your missus… The SR is the cheapest carbon stick on the market. “GIMME”: £39.99 and £44.99; taskacarp.com

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The soft-grip handle increases the comfort level even further
A reinforced tip ensures the Venda will be serving you for years
The Neoprene Velcro case will keep it protected during transport
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