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Eagle Claw Powerlight Spinning Combo, 6'0", Light

Item # 435658
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Key Features

  • Lightweight, sensitive rod with ultimate strength

  • Comfortable cork handles for durability

  • Ultra-smooth 4BB reel offers easy cast & retrieve


Our Price  $39.99
Sale Price  $29.99

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  • Additional freight charge of $5.00 applies.
  • Please note: This item can only be shipped to U.S. addresses.
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Product Description
eagle_claw With outstanding strength and light weight, a sturdy IM-7 graphite forms the backbone of each Powerlight Spinning Combo, delivering sensitivity without sacrificing strength. Features comfortable custom cork handles are durable enough to last season after season. Gunsmoke-finished line guides are low-abrasion and high-performance. Ultra-smooth 4BB reel offers easy action on the cast and retrieve.
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Specifications
Reel Line Capacity (lbs./yds.) 5/120
Rod Length 6'0"
Rod Pieces 2
Rod Power L
Rod Line Weight (lbs.) 2 - 8
Rod Lure Weight (oz.) 1/16 - 1/4

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Eagle Claw Powerlight Spinning Combo, 6'0", Light
 
3.0

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3.0

Reel could be further from handle

By jedeco

from PA

Pros

  • Easy To Transport
  • Smooth Reeling

Cons

    Best Uses

      Comments about Eagle Claw Powerlight Spinning Combo, 6'0", Light:

      when reeling the bail will hit your knuckles unless you have really small hands, so that you have to learn to hold the handle a certain way so it doesn't, but it's not natural.
      i've had trouble keeping line on the reel as well but my have overfilled slightly..but not any more than any other reel i've owned. I know how to properly fill the spool with the flat side of the line packaging spool facing the reel and coming off in the same rotation as it goes on the reel. But when opening the bail, the Berkley monofiliment 6# test I put on and have used almost exclusively over the years, usually pops 3 or 4, or more winds of line off the spool like a slinky. Since it's on properly no tangles or anything but I can't seem to get this right. Seems the reel winds too much toward the back of the spool and not quite out to the front lip, is all I can see might be happening.
      The pole itself is super lightweight and very small diameter but strong and nice feel in the hands. The reel is very smooth to reel in and it's a nice looking combo.

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