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Shimano Crucial Bass Casting Spinnerbait Rod, CRCSBX72MHA; Med. Heavy, 7'2", 1 p

Item # 725666
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Key Features

  • IM-10 blank

  • Fuji Alconite Guides

  • Technique-specific actions

  • High-quality construction


Our Price  $159.99
Sale Price  $129.98

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Product Description
shimano Shimano Crucial Bass Casting Spinnerbait Rod, CRCSBX72MHA; Med. Heavy, 7'2", 1 pc.

Shimano Crucial Rods feature technique-specific actions and high-quality construction and materials to deliver the best performance for each fishing style. Includes an IM-10 blank, Fuji Alconite Guides, and new reel seats that will change the way reel seats are designed. Total performance and comfort is what's to be expected with Crucial.

• Model: CRCSBX72MHA
• Length: 7'2"
• Power: Medium Heavy
• Action: Extra Fast
• Line Rating: 12-25
• Lure Rating: 3/4-1 1/4
• Grip: 9.0" EVA Split Grip
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Specifications
Model # CRCSBX72MHA
Length 7'2"
Number of Pieces 1
Power Medium Heavy
Action Extra Fast
Line Weight 12 - 25 lbs.
Lure Weight 3/4 - 1-1/4 oz.
Rod Weight 146 gr.
Blank Construction IM10 Graphite
Handle Material EVA
Handle Type Split
Reel Seat Custom Shimano
Guides Fuji Alconite
Recommended Technique Crankbait

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