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Mr. Walleye Series Telescopic Rod, 8'

Item # 437838
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Key Features

  • 100% carbon fiber graphite prepreg cloth

  • Contoured, all-natural, 1" OD cork handles

  • Fixed hook keepers

  • Non-Slide blank capture feature


Our Price  $79.99
Sale Price  $59.97

Availability: Sold Out

  • 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
Rods in the Mr. Walleye Series feature 100% carbon fiber graphite prepreg cloth. Each model uses its own special mandrel for rolling the blank, making each rod unique to its action. Contoured, all-natural, 1" OD cork handles and fore grips. A stainless ring bound inside a stainless frame allows the use of all types of line, while maintaining the light weight needed for proper rod balance. Tapered rear handle with a 1-1/16"-diameter, soft rubber, rounded butt cap. Fits easily into rod holders without impeding your ability to remove rod quickly. Tapered fore grip with composition cork tip. Hook keepers are properly aligned with guide train, and fixed. Tapered reel seats with soft-touch exterior. Non-Slide blank capture feature on all telescopic models
keeps blank from sliding when rod is in collapsed position.

This is the "planer board" rod! Designed for trolling with boards, heavy bottom bouncers, and big crank baits. Great rod for lighter lead-core trolling crank baits and spinners. Its telescopic design allows storage in any rod locker. Tough enough for most freshwater fish. Great for salmon fishing in Alaska! This 8'0" Telescopic Rod has medium action, a line weight of 10-20 lbs., and lure weight of 1/4-3/4 oz.
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Specifications
Model MWS80MCT
Length 8'
Number of pieces Tele.
Action M
Line Weight (lbs.) 10-20
Lure Weight (oz.) 1/4 - 3/4

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