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Quantum Smoke PT Series Trigger Casting Rod

   

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Length Power Other specs Quantity Price & availability

6'6"

Med Hvy

Action:
Fast

Line Weight:
8-17 lbs.

Lure Weight:
1/4 - 3/4 oz.

Pieces:
1

Handle Chart Reference:
A

Model:
SKC666F
  • $159.99

  • SKU: 1758424

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Like smoke hanging low over the water, these incredible Quantum® Smoke™ PT Series Trigger Casting Rods have a near-weightless feel. The sense of precision and control that goes along with their super-light construction is sure to make a big difference in your fishing. All excess weight has been engineered out, starting with the premium HSX70 high-modulus graphite blank; extremely light and sensitive with a fast-action tip, it offers incredible feel as well as deceptive power. The blank is topped with innovative Fuji® Micro Concept™ ultra-low profile guides with aluminum oxide inserts. 84% lighter than traditional guides, they're configured to enable super-efficient line flow, for ultimate castability. The advanced, dual-trigger Fuji ACS reel seat features a comfortable Soft Touch finish; a split-EVA handle completes this lightweight performance package from one of the great names in fishing!

  • Near-weightless feel
  • Super-light construction
  • HSX70 high-modulus graphite blank
  • Fast-action tip
  • Fuji Micro Concept ultra-low profile guides with aluminum oxide inserts
  • Dual-trigger Fuji ACS reel seat
  • Split-EVA handle
Quantum® Smoke™ PT Series Trigger Casting Rods 4.8 5 24 24
Skeptical "but" Must admit I was skeptical about the weight of this rod and how it would affect performance. Have fished with it a number of times and have been very pleased. I use the 6'6" MH rod for throwing plastics and it has done very well. I pitch docks during summer months and I have had no problems pulling fish out of cover. This rod loads up nicely and I have no complaints with the power. This is my first light construction rod and I was worried how it would hold up under a heavy load. I have not had any problems. The most surprising thing about this rod is the weight. I was truly surprised at the difference between this rod and what I usually use. The weight made a much bigger difference than I ever thought. June 29, 2012
This Quantum is SMOK'N I liked the Smoke med heavy spinning combo so much that I had to buy the med heavy casting rod with the 151 caster. This baitcast combo is fantastic! I spooled it with 20 pound powerpro and went after the biggest readily available fish that I could,Carp. I caught several hard fighters in a medium river current with biggest being 14.62 pounds. No problems handling these fish,not that I thought there would be. This rod/reel is very light weight and a dream to cast for extended periods,excellent balance. The rod is really sensitive and strong. The reel is very smooth in casting/retrieving and easy to adjust. The drag is also smooth when slowly tightening and much more than enough for Carp. Comparing it to my St.Croix rods and Revo S reels,I am very pleased with this purchase. May 27, 2012
Snapping rods left and right I bought the 7'6" heavy rod for flipping heavy cover. i was flipping some thick mats with it and hooked into a decent size fish. i trolled into the mat and as i did the fish surged down and SNAP! the rod broke 6" inches down from the top. while this rod was being sent back to Quantum to be replaced i went to BPS to get another of the same rode figuring mabey i just got a bad blank. so i bought the rod came home and got it ready to fish. went out the first time with it hook a 4 pounder in open water around no cover and as i was working it to the boat i hear SNAP once again! luckily for me BPS exchanged the rod for me without a receipt because i had lost it and i am very greatfull to them for that. Thanks BPS. in conclusion the rod does have a great feel and is light as a feather but none of that matters if the rod has no stregth. in my opinion there GARBAGE. April 24, 2012
My lightest and most sensitive rod!!! Bought a 7' Med. Heavy and absolutely love it! Tough as nails. I have it paired with a Revo S and It's the smoothest, lightest combo I own. March 15, 2012
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Is the 7 foot 4 inch heavy action rod good for football jigs, deep worms, and pitching?
How does it compare to the 7 foot 2 inch heavy action shimano crucial rod?
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A heavy action rod is great for fishing football jigs, especially when flipping and pitching to bass that are backed in to cover. As for worms, it may be a bit tougher if casting. Larger worms such as 10" worms and senkos may be adaptible to a rod of this weight, but for those smaller, you may want to look at using a medium heavy rod. Tight lines!
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I am looking for a rod to pair with my Abu Revo sx for spinner/buzz baits. would this rod give enough backbone to rip through weeds but fast enough tip for spinners?
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Yes, I would think it would be very good as long as you stayed with at least a Medium-Heavy.
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Yes. I have this rod and it has worked very well for me using 1/4 to half and 3/4 ounce spinner/buzzbaits.
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I am just starting out with casting reels & rods, I can cast fine so that's not an issue but I am wondering what size is a good short Handel cranking size rod? I mostly use plugs & hard swimbaits, so which of the selection would be best for that? I have the smoke 6:3.1 reel already, incase u were wondering what reel I was looking to use it with. Also a braided line diameter suggestion is welcomed also. (I fish stripers, bass...etc)
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I would go with a med-heavy or heavy 7 foot rod. The Smoke rod will be great for your reel. I have the 7ft med-heavy and use 20 pound braid.
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It has a five year warranty tag that comes on the rod. unfortunantly it wont last you five years. i would be suprised if you get a year out of it seeing as how i have bout 2 and both rods have snapped on me toward the tip while fighting fish(bass). save yourself the hassle and choose a different rod.
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thinking i seen them on here but locate them
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yes there was but there was reconfiguring with them. they are talking about releasing it in the up comming year or so. hope it helps.
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it wouldnt go through the eyes
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Smaller sizes micro guidmes may have trouble passing knots between main line and leader. depends on your knot.
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yeah but the braid is noisy go in and out but after a while you dont notice
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Absolutely! I have 40lb Spiderwire on my 7'4" H X-Fast.
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Not a problem. The guides are small but not that small.
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About 8oz Im thinking,its so light its CRAZY
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