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Sale Offshore Angler Ocean Master Stand-Up Rods - OMSU Model

   

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5'6"

Line Weight:
15-30 lbs.

Pieces:
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Model:
OMSU-0B
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  • Reg. price: $149.99

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6'

Line Weight:
15-30 lbs.

Pieces:
1

Model:
OMSU-00B
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  • SKU: 1313710

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5'6"

Line Weight:
30-60 lbs.

Pieces:
1

Model:
OMSU-1B
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  • SKU: 1313711

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5'6"

Line Weight:
50-80 lbs.

Pieces:
1

Model:
OMSU-2B
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6'

Line Weight:
30-50 lbs.

Pieces:
1

Model:
OMSU-3B
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6'

Line Weight:
50-80 lbs.

Pieces:
1

Model:
OMSU-4B
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Offshore Angler™ Ocean Master® Stand-Up Rods offer the perfect balance of power and light weight. OMSU models feature Fuji® DPS Graphite big game reel seats, Stuart® machined-aluminum gimbals with protective caps, AFTCO® roller stripper and tip with Fuji guides between, our exclusive triangular grip and our dependable graphite composite blanks. Expect virtually unlimited lifting power! 6 guides including the tip.

  • Fuji® DPS Graphite big game reel seats
  • Stuart® machined-aluminum gimbals with protective caps
  • AFTCO® roller stripper and tip with Fuji guides
  • Triangular grip
  • Graphite composite blanks
Offshore Angler Ocean Master Stand-Up Rods - OMSU Model 5 5 10 10
Great Value I'm stationed on Ascension Island in the south atlantic and the fishing here is fantastic. I purchased the 5'6" 80 pound line class and it is by far one of the best values along with the quality you will find. We are consitantly landing 300 lb. tuna and 70 lb. wahoo, many of my friends here are using the same rod and we always recommend this rod to anyone who asks. I also own Penn and Kona stand up rods that quadruple the price of this rod but for this price the quality is unbelievable. June 5, 2013
Outstanding light weight deep sea rod This is an outstanding, lighter weight stand-up rod. I strongly recommend this rod for younger fishermen as well as those who enjoy fighting the fish. I use this rod for Trigger, King Mackerel and bottom fishing in depths up to 220 feet. If you are interested in the actually fight and just just hauling meat off of the bottom, then this rod is for you. August 18, 2008
Tough as nails! I have the 5'6" 50-80 pound rod, it is paired with a Penn squall size 60 reel with 80 pound braid line. It it great for trolling, but I use it every chance I get even going to the pier. I have the graphite reel seat, so it is not heavy at all, can even cast good with about 6oz or more weight. Have caught stripers and several black tip sharks with it, biggest fish so far only about 41 pounds so it really has not been put to any good testing yet. If you want to buy a good stand-up rod that is tough and cheap you can't go wrong with it. May 17, 2012
Great Rod I have several of these in varying actions that I use in the Gulf. I bought these 15-30# class rods to use for snapper and grouper bottom-fishing and trolling for kings. I've yet to have one fail me, though I have caught some very big fish with them and used line heavier than their rating many times. I would not hesitate to recommend these rods (all line classes) to anyone looking for a rugged, reliable rod that will get the job done! January 7, 2011
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Other than the weight rate, what are the other difference between the two models, rod diameter? action? lure weight? etc..

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Per the manufacturer, OMSU-3B has a blank action of “Heavy” and OMSU-4B has a blank action of “Extra Heavy” and is designed for heavier line weight. Other than that, they both have the same components and length. The only difference is in the blank.
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Need replacement guide

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I broke the second guide from the tip. Can I get this guide from Basspro.com? If not can you give me the specifications of the guide, as to what size and type I would need to find.

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Unfortunately, we do not sell replacement guides. All we sell is replacement tips.

You can contact our Rod and Reel Repair and they may be able to fix the rod for you. Their number is 417-873-5274 or 417-891-5300
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Any conventional type reel big enough to hold enough of the line you need for the fish species you hope to catch. I have several of these rods with Penn level-wind conventional reels that hold 200 yds of 65# braided line that I use trolling for king mackerel and Dorado and also use to bottom-fish for grouper and snapper in 100-200' of water. I landed a 7' Bull Shark with one of these rods set up like this, so I can highly recommend them.
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If your rod has roller guides like in this picture, you can only use it for trolling. If you tried to cast it, line would probably tangle in the bearings of the rollers. Some of BPS's rods have regular guides for casting, and come in all the same weights and actions.
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Primary use is trolling and bottom fishing which do not involve casting. Because of the short length and roller guides it would be very difficult to cast very far and the bait would have to be somewhat heavy, several ounces at least. So while it is possible to cast it is not the purpose of the rod.
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5'6" or 6' rod?

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What would be the difference besides the obvious 6 inches? I'm looking for a great rod for dorado and hopefully marlin for a trip I'm taking down to Baja. Going with the 50-80 lb.

Advice on which one to go with would be greatly appreciated.
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The longer rod is a bit more flexible due to the longer length. You would also be able to clear any obstructions, such as baitwells, outboard motors, or trim tabs on the transom better with the longer rod as well.
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The 5'6" will give you more leverage on a deep running, hard fighting fish. The lifting power of my 5'6" rods are incredible. However depending on the boat you are in you may want the 6' for clearance reasons.
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I landed a 7' Bull Shark with one on 65# braided line, so I'd say it would easily do the job with the right reel and line.
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Yes, this rod would be acceptable for sturgeon fishing.
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The 2B is a 5'-6" 50-80 lb line class rod.
The 4B is a 6' 50-80 lb line class rod.
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This difference is line weight of the specific rod.
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I believe it's the number of bearings in each model. I could be wrong, but I think that's correct.
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ocean master with gimbel end
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You will need to contact Outdoor World Rod & Reel Repair for parts for rods. OW Rod&Reel Repair's phone number is (417) 873-5274, Monday-Friday 8am-4:30pm CT.
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