Offshore Angler™ Mako Spinning Rod and Reel Combo
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We feel anglers should have a reliable performing ''grab-and-go'' salt combo that’s versatile enough for surf casting or pier fishing with price that would make frugal fisherman proud. We feel that we've done just that with the Mako Spinning Rod and Reel Combo.
The medium-action, two-piece Mako rod is complete with quality guides, EVA grip handle and graphite reel seat with saltwater-tough, stainless steel cushioned hoods.
The smooth Mako reel is built around lightweight graphite frame and side cover and is complete with an anodized aluminum spool, front drag system, die-cast handle and stainless steel main shaft.
- Medium-action two-piece blank
- EVA handle grip
- Graphite reel seat with stainless steel cushioned hoods
- Graphite frame and side cover
- Anodized aluminum spool
- 4 ball bearing system
- Die-cast handle
- Front drag
- Stainless steel main shaft
Rated 3.9 out of 5 by 21
Rated 5 out of 5 by zmandfishguy best rod ever
this is the best rod ever i had no problems with this rod and it is made of nice metal i use it for surf fishing andd it works great i am 12 years old
September 6, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by BumbugMan Very Good Product
Rod is steady & strong, Reel held up good for casting. Used 50 / 12 Spider Wire on reel, held up well while casting for salmon.
September 2, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by Greg5247 Great Fishing Gear
I bought this combo for a friend that I go fishing with in Virginia Beach, VA - just off shore in a kayak. The rod worked great as we were trolling with Gulp jigs for blues. We caught a couple of dozen in an hour. The rod is easy to cast from the boat and from the shore (we beached and caught a couple of small flounder).
August 3, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by Skewl Great Starter Combo
I got this combo for Christmas about a year and a half ago for my first saltwater combo and it has served me well. I use it for casting for stripers across a river from a pier and it can cast a country mile. Very smooth and the rod is very sensitive. Also, it is a two-piece rod which makes for easy storage and travel. The only downside is that if you don't watch your line before casting, it can get caught up in the reel handle and the bail wire. This is very easily corrected by just being more careful when casting. If you're looking for a great beginning saltwater combo that's easy on the wallet, pick up one of these, you won't regret it.
July 1, 2010
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