Offshore Angler™ Ocean Master® 3-Piece Travel Spinning Rods
Lightweight IM-7 graphite 3-piece blanks feature Type I Slit Carbon Powerwall Construction, heavy-frame Fuji® Alconite guides, Fuji graphite reel seats, and lightweight triangular travel tubes. Actions suitable for everything from Alaskan rainbows and Bahamian bonefish to Florida tarpon and Brazilian peacock bass.
|UL = Ultra Light|
|L = Light|
|M = Medium|
Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 16 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by t9man BUY THIS ROD I bought this rod, and it has literally lasted me years without fail! I've caught three sailfish on it, all in the 100-120 lbs range, big tarpon, snook, dorado, tuna, triple tale and beyond. It has been the most fun set up I have ever owned. From light tackle fishing to heavy duty. It has not let me down, it's easily my favorite rod. I cannot speak more highly of this series. it's also the most compact travel rod I've owned which is a big plus since I'm always traveling. If you set this pole up right it's a winner. March 5, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by MartyCanada good purchase I've just received my second of these rods. I purchased one a year ago and it performed well. It handled a small barracuda's hard runs without difficulty. The weight was fine when casting and the rod handled lures as well as live baits. Security at airports varies; at one airport I could carry the small rod case as a carry-on item at another I was forced to check it. These rods are small enough that the case will fit inside larger suitcases and the case seems to offer good protection, March 31, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Wils The Master I have the UL and M versions of this rod and because I travel I have used them all over the World on numerous different species. Never let me down, great action, versatile and compact. The best value for money punching well above it's price tag. I own equivalent rods by well known bradns that cost three times as much as these two rods did and my advise o anyone thinking of what to buy is get one (or all of these) great rods! February 9, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Graydunn Good value for the price I bought this rod so that when taking weekend jaunts so I would always have a rod and reel along. After using it on a trip to the Keys for permit it may just become an everyday rod. The finish and guides are right up there with the more expensive brand names. November 16, 2010
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Details:I'm looking for a very versatile reel for fresh and salt water, mono and braid.
A:Under $150, check out Penn Battle, Shimano Sphero.
A:I use a Penn 440 ssg for light ocean, inshore, and freshwater for bass, pike and walleye (I have a place in upstate NY by Lake Ontario and about 45 minutes from the St Lawrence River). I have been a Penn fan even when they had their "problems".
Details:Are the ceramic inserts on the guides rounded or flat on the inside edge where the line contacts?
A:8 guides on the travel spin rods
A:Total rod length assembled is 7 feet. Each section is a bit under 30 inches, and the case is 32 inches
A:Each section is 29.5 inches in length, when put together the total length is 7ft 1/4in.
A:I have the 7-foot rod for 3/8 to 1-1/2 oz lures and 8-17 lb line. The three sections are 29-1/4" long and the assembled rod is 7 feet long. The protective case is 31-1/2" long.
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