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Offshore Angler Power Plus Rods - Boat Trolling

   

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5'6"

Line Weight:
30-60 lbs.

Pieces:
1

Model:
1020
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  • SKU: 254182

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6'6"

Heavy

Line Weight:
30-50 lbs.

Pieces:
1

Model:
1040
  • $29.99

  • SKU: 503811

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7'

Heavy

Line Weight:
30-50 lbs.

Pieces:
1

Model:
1041
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  • SKU: 503813

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7'

Heavy

Line Weight:
50-80 lbs.

Pieces:
1

Model:
1042
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  • SKU: 503814

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Constructed of the finest-quality fiberglass material; ideally suited for many types of angling. Offshore Angler™ Power Plus™ rods offer striking components that you just don't expect to see in a rod at this price. High gloss black rod blanks are highlighted with a double-epoxy finish; hard chromed guides. Don't let the price fool you -- these rods not only look great, they fish better than many rods that cost twice as much! Action: Heavy.

Offshore Angler Power Plus Rods - Boat Trolling 4.5 5 34 34
Best Bang for the Buck I purchased the Offshore Angler Power Plus-Boat Trolling Rod and matched it up to a Shimano Charter Special 2000. I fish for trophy Catfish Blues and Yellow Cats. I am a member of the North Texas Trophy Cats. My team-mate and I have recently been picked up on the Prostaff of one of our sponsorships. Offshore has constructed a well crafted rod with reinforced stainless steel guides and a strong backbone for fighting those bigger fish. It also has the sensitivity and flexibility for those first tell,tell signs of a catfishing moving the bait before it makes it's big run. I am very satisfied with my purchase and it has found a home among the rest of my heavyweight tackle and gear. Thanks Offshore Angler for a great affordable rod for those folks who are on a tight budget in today's difficult times! March 18, 2013
Very Dissapointed! At first I thought I would absolutly love this rod. It felt great and seemed like it would surely haul in a big spoonbill. Caught my first one with it and loved the way it felt in hand. Soon after I got another spoonbill going around 45 pounds and bam! My rod broke, but it broke at the reel seat. It was weird as the reel seat was still there fully intact. However what holds it to the blank of the rod is what failed. Thank goodness my penn was locked on the rod, but it would spin around if you didn't hold it. I would give five stars if it hadn't of broke. BP did swap my rod and I sure hope it was some fluk. March 20, 2013
PowerPlus OFA Trolling Rod. Purchased 2 of the Off Shore Angler Power Plus Rod-trolling. So far they have held up just fine. In comparison to other rods of the same weight they are stiff. I have found that some of the other Rods of this price range just dont hold up. This rod has. This is the perfect In shore rod, trolling deep on the wire, bottom fishing. I used braid with these rods to feel the bite on smaller fish. All in all, good value, durable, throw it in the boat without worry. May 7, 2010
Excellent rod for the price. I've had theses rods for year and continuous use very durable. Reeled in some monsters yet to snap one. I Would recommend to a friend but do not recommend purchase online shipping prices are ridiculous paid separate shipping for each only to have them all jammed into one box. Not what I expected. April 29, 2013
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Is there a way I can put a baitcaster on this or can I take something off to put one on
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i use Abu Garcia 6500's so YES a great combination on the 30-50 pound rods i have penn 330GT's on the 80 pound rods
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it is a really heavy rod, really would not work well with a baitcaster, much better suited for a conventional reel.
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You can do this with confidence. The rod works well in fresh and saltwater applications. I've used it trolling, mooching, baits, and bottom fishing. An excellent all around rod.
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Good choice. Rod has a solid stiff backbone and sensitive tip. It would take a very strong man or fish to affect any change in this rods performance.
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You Did'nt say which Model other than heavey and there are several...the 50 pound class work really well with Garcia 6500c the 80 pound versions i use Penn GT330..i am not familiar with that model Shimano...you can't go wrong with Garcia or Penn for reall crankin in biggins' but it is mostly matter of personal likes... best of luck
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I need to replace it.
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Cannot tell from your question. Take off the guide & send it to "Mud Hole" rod building (Florida) or "Janns Netcraft" (Ohio). Either can furnish a replacement.
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says it on the rod
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The rod is 7' one piece.
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Simply look at the chart.
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no, it is stainless steel as is all the other guides
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No roller tips available on this series of rods.
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no its and eye tip
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More than likely is a bit to light to go after big bluefin, smaller ones up to 25-50 pounds yes it would be ok.
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Would they handle jigs up to 10-15 ozs?
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i am quite sure.. i use 8-10 oz. sinkers plus live goldfish and bluegill for bait on the Mississippi and i cast with them
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I use 2.5lbs. of weight trolling in the Pacific Ocean.
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Other rods with a top line rating of 80lb (see Shakespeare Ugly Boat rods) are rated to handle up to 12oz weights. So - it appears that the these, rated for 50-80lb line could handle jigs up to 12oz also.
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THE 7' MODELS HAVE 6 GUIDES, PLUS THE TIP.

TIGHT LINES!
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Does this rod come with a gimbal butt?
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yes this rod has a gimbal butt with removable round cap.
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Yes, and a removable end cap to make using it without a fighting belt very comfortable.
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Yes & they come with a cover for the gimbal (see picture of the handle).
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conventional and baitcasters... the do make a spinning reel version
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conventional - I have teamed mine with the Okuma SLR 20 reel
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conventional but, they make spinning
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conventional
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Conventional, but spinning reel models are also available.
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Conventional - I think they offer this rod in spinning models also.
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