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The Daiwa® Opus® Bite 'N Run Spinning Reel lets a fish take a trolled or drifted bait while feeling little or no resistance. When you're ready to set the hook, a simple turn of the handle gives you the max pre-selected drag! The Daiwa Opus Bite 'N Run Spinning reel features drag pressure up to 33 lbs., an Air Bail, six bearings plus a roller bearing, machine-cut aluminum handle, and DigiGear digital gear design for ultimate smoothness.
The Offshore Angler™ Power Stick™ Surf Spinning Rod is a real workhorse of a surf rod, made to withstand harsh conditions and get you into the fish, day-in and day-out. A two-piece, 42-million modulus IM7 graphite blank retains the flex and forgiveness needed for long-distance fishing, yet gives you the sensitivity to know what your lure is doing. Other Power Stick Rod features include tough stainless steel guides with top-grade aluminum oxide rings, graphite reel seat with stainless steel cushioned hoods, and a non-slip rubber-cork handle.
Daiwa Opus Plus Bite N’ Run Reel/Offshore Angler Power Stick Surf Rod Spinning Combo
Great Surf Rod
I had been waiting for a good surf fishing combo that included the bait runner option on the reel. Got this for Christmas in 2013 and have been very pleased. Rod has great action with a tip that is soft enough to indicate delicate bites, but sturdy enough to fight the big ones.
Diawa makes a great reel in my opinion, and this one is no different. Functions well under any circumstance. I LOVE the bait runner option. Set the runner to whatever strength you prefer and you can walk away to cast net bait or prepare another rod without worrying about that monster redfish taking your combo for a swim. I lost another rod to a monster fish, which is why I am a big proponent of the bait runner.
Only issue I encountered is the bait runner did not fully disengage when manually flipped off. Simply start reeling and the bait runner disengages without a problem.
December 22, 2014
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