Okuma Nomad Travel 3-Piece Casting Rods
For the angler on the go, a quality three-section rod system featuring two interchangeable tips with different actions, so you can target the bite as needed. European spigot ferrule connections provide the feel of a one-piece rod. ALPS stainless guides with zirconium inserts (great for braid); ALPS aluminum reel seat; gimbal; EVA grips; carry-on-sized waterproof travel bag. Manufacturer's limited lifetime warranty.
|UL = Ultra Light|
|L = Light|
|ML = Medium Light|
|M = Medium|
|MH = Medium Heavy|
Rated 5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by mmc1 6'6 casting and 7' spinning I bought two of these to eliminate the costly airline charges. Both are very sturdy and have high quality components. I've been looking for something like these for a while now and am well pleased with the quality. I'm not sure I would really rate them both as suitable for 60lb line but they are definitely more rugged than anything else I've seen. April 1, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by jollymon Nomad Rod After finding out that the airline was going to charge me $150 EACH way to carry my regular fishing rod case, I decided to give the Okuma Nomad a try. Figured that it would pay for itself in the first trip. I was initally impressed with the overall quality of the rod when it arrived. However, I was still a bit reluctant using a three trolling rod. The Nomad rod was used for an entire week of fishing in the BVIs without a single problem. Very impressed. This rod worked as well as my one piece rods! February 10, 2010
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A:The case is the same as the longest section, the handle section. 32"
Details:This rod is listed as a casting rod but the picture shows a rod without a trigger grip.
A:No trigger grip. Approximately 13" of foam padding above and below the reel seat. Reel Seat is by ALPS and is the best looking most technically proficient of all my 20 rods. I matched mine up with a Penn Battle 6000, but I plan to use my Penn GT 340 on it as well.
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