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 JEMCG Been tough on these I've used these rods as long as I have the casting versions. Excellent value to the point where there is little reason to spend more for a glamor brand travel rod. They are tough long casting poles that will hold up to anything the angler would want to catch. As with their casting siblings the rod tubes are a great bonus. January 25, 2009
Rated 4 out of 5 by DLFIN TRAVEL ROD/LT Impressed with the quality and durability of the rod and the rod case for airline travel. Also very good for just anytime non airline travel use. Rod is viable and well made to handle most types of light tackle fishing. March 16, 2008
Rated 4 out of 5 by Bluefintuna1 Travel Spinning rod/heavy I found the finish and components were well made. Cast well with a wide variety of lures into and with the wind. Sensitvity was good. I was able to land several barracuda on the flats with my first use. International flights REQUIRE you to check ALL rods! I learned this AFTER traveling! My only concern is the ferrules would come loose on the cast, I never knew which section until it went sailing out..Otherwise a decent travel rod. August 20, 2007
Rated 4 out of 5 by Ryder Fish any time any where. Purchased the rod while on a trip in the Keys, coming from England I wanted a rod I could easily take home ,most of the spinning rods were one piece , not very popular on Airlines. The rod had nice through action,cast great,and had plenty of power to sink hooks at longrange.I landed Permit 20+ and loads of Barra,Jacks and other bits and bobs,big or small great sport on this rod. July 12, 2007
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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: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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