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Okuma Connoisseur Steelhead Spinning Rod, 9'

Item # 435793
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Key Features

  • Medium-light action

  • Michigan handle

  • Aluminum oxide guides


Our Price   $49.99

Availability: In Stock

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Product Description
okuma_fishing_tackle Attractively designed with top quality components, Connoisseur rods represent an incredible value in specialty rod designs. This 9', 2-piece spinning rod has 9 + tip aluminum oxide guides, medium-light action, line weight of 6-12 lbs., and lure weight of 1/8-1/4 oz. Michigan handle. 8" foregrip and 3-3/8" reargrip.
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Specifications
Model # CQ-S-902ML-1
Length 9'0"
Number of Pieces 2
Power Medium Light
Line Weight 6 - 12 lbs.
Lure Weight 1/8 - 1/4 oz.
Blank Construction Graphite Composite
Handle Material Cork
Reel Seat Stainless Steel Hooded
Guides Aluminum Oxide

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Okuma Fishing TackleOkuma Connoisseur Steelhead Spinning Rod, 9
 
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5.0

GOOD BANG FOR THE BUCK

By TROUT HOOKER

from NY

About Me Avid Fisher

Pros

  • Accurate Casting
  • Durable
  • Flexible
  • Good Tip Action
  • Lightweight
  • Sensitive

Cons

  • Hard To Transport

Best Uses

  • Large Fish

Comments about Okuma Fishing Tackle Okuma Connoisseur Steelhead Spinning Rod, 9:

VERY NICE ROD FOR THE MONEY

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