Quantum® Omni Surf Spinning Rod and Reel Combo
Challenge big fish in the surf without challenging your budget with the Quantum Omni Surf Spinning Rod and Reel Combo. The well-matched Omni Surf Combo combines the smooth performance of Quantum's Omni Spinning Reel with the strength of their Omni Spinning Rod. The Omni Reel features an aluminum spool, four stainless steel ball bearings and 24 point multi-step anti-reverse which allows for long, accurate casts and trouble-free retrieves. With 16 lbs. of drag power this reel gives you the brakes you need to control fast-running stripers, redfish and other surf species. The two-piece Omni Surf Rod features E-glass blank construction which makes the rod powerful enough for you to easily cast beyond the breakers. The rod's graphite reel seat with stainless steel hoods and the aluminum oxide guides allow the Omni to stand tall in the harsh salt and surf world.
Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 11 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by LOCOJIMMY GOOD JOB USED IT SURF FISHING AND IT REELED IN A LOT OF FISH!!!!! July 1, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Baddad03 no problems used it this past weekend with no problems performed well! May 11, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by gasman95 first purchase I have just started to surf fish. This rod and reel lets me get out to where I want to be. It has a good feel to it. I like it very much. March 29, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 great combo for the price i use this rod 2 times a week in cape cod and i have never had a problem. i have the 9 foot model and its is getting my lures far past the crashing surf. i have reeled a 40 pound striper in on this thing so you can trust it. August 7, 2011
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Details:I fish a lot on the majesty fishing boat in Mayport, Fl whenever I can, in a situation to where I can't cast this on the boat, do you think I can just let a lure sink with this rod?
Details:I'm looking to get into surf fishing for the first time and this looked like a good rod/reel. What other supplies are necessary for a beginner?
A:This reel is a light action combo, or at least the one i found in bps was. I would not recommend this rod and reel for surf fishing. Try going with a bigger reel, and a longer stronger rod. Also, you need some sinkers and bottom rigs, hooks, and bait, Cast it out and wait for the big one.
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A:I think the limit on this rod is 20lbs but the real limit is what line you use and your technique of how you fish if you rush a fish in or you wear it out by playing it, overall it is a great setup the way it comes, just add what you want to use for a lure or bait at the end of the line and set the handle to the side you like and your off.
A:unscrew the cap nut on the opposite side of the reel from the handle when it is removed pull the handle out and put it in on the other side of the reel then screwin the cap nut on the opposite side.
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