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Clam Dave Genz Split Handle Rod

Key Features

  • Graphite-wrapped fiberglass construction

  • Stainless steel guide frames with chromed rings

  • Soft-touch graphite screw-up reel seat

  • Cork handle, fore grip, and tail

  • Exposed blank-through-handle design

Our Price   $29.99
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clam Clam Dave Genz Split Handle Rod

Designed by ice-fishing legend Dave Genz himself, the Dave Genz split-handle rod series is meant to catch larger, predatory fish. The graphite-wrapped fiberglass rod blank runs from the tip to the butt, allowing for increased sensitivity, balance, and fighting power and leverage against heavy biters. The split-handle design is rarely seen in the ice-fishing realm, but proves itself when used for lake trout, pike, walleye and salmon species when over hardened water. Graphite-wrapped fiberglass construction combines sensitivity with strength and durability. Stainless steel guide frames with chromed rings. Soft-touch graphite screw-up reel seat. Cork handle, fore grip, and tail. Exposed blank-through-handle design.

Features:
• Graphite-wrapped fiberglass construction
• Stainless steel guide frames with chromed rings
• Soft-touch graphite screw-up reel seat
• Cork handle, fore grip, and tail
• Exposed blank-through-handle design