Offshore Angler™ Ocean Master® 3-Piece Travel Casting Rods
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Offshore Angler’s high-performing Ocean Master Travel Casting Rods are perfect for tough fishing situations. The lightweight IM-7 graphite 3-piece blanks feature Type I Slit Carbon Powerwall Construction, and the rods are equipped with heavy-frame Fuji® Alconite guides, Fuji graphite reel seats. Includes lightweight triangular travel tubes, plus a FREE
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Rated 5 out of 5 by LanceD Excellent rod for the money
I used a rod just like this one in Alaska on the Russian, Moose and Kenai Rivers for sockeye and coho salmon. I was amazed at the sensitivity and backbone of the rod. I was able to land 3 King salmon, ranging from 42" - 50" on this rod and numerous red salmon ranging from 5l a to 9lbs. This rod preformed as good as my custom rods I have in my arsenal.
This rod is well worth the money, in my opinion a must have for any fisherman that travels.
October 9, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by jojofrombrooklyn great travel rod
purchased a 3-pc travel rod - conventional. great light tackle rod, very sensitive. great for bottom fishing too, but dont try to bring up a goliath grooper or 80lb tarpon as you might break the rod. again great light tackle rod.
April 15, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Aroman Can't argue with results
This was my second purchase of an Offshore Travel rod. So far we have caught a 96 lb halibut on the medium weight and just returned from Costa Rica where we caught several 100 lb plus sailfish, a dozen 20 lb+ red snapper and two 40 lb+ Pacific snook on the heavy weight. Heading back to Alaska to test these lil guys some more.
April 1, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by crtarpon Good Rod
Bought the medium casting rod and used it to throw 5/8 oz rapalas at cruising jacks and 2 oz jigs at large rolling tarpon in Mexico. One jack was really big and with a heavy braided line on the reel I kind of expected the rod to break. Nope.
On the tarpon, I don't know that this rod had enough guts to stick them well enough. I hooked three and lost all of them. They were about 100#, 80#, and maybe 70#. I feel like if the weight on the jig would've moved away from the mouth in the jumps that they may have stayed buttoned, but not sure.
Overall a very good rod--especially for a 3 piece.
June 5, 2012
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