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New Overtons Product  Penn Rampage Boat Casting Rod

Key Features

  • Tubular glass blank for extra strength

  • Solid glass tip helps keep rod tip from breaking

  • Pac Bay reel seat for secure lock on reel foot

  • EVA Torque grips are contoured to fit your hand

Our Price   $59.99 - $99.95
  • Please note: This item can only be shipped to U.S. addresses.
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707062 RAMBW2050C666'6"1Medium Heavy20 - 50 lbs.Tubular FiberglassSlick Butt$59.99
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707525 RAMBW1525C70LB7'0"1Medium15 - 25 lbs.Tubular FiberglassSlick Butt$59.99
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707526 RAMBW2040C70LB7'0"1Medium20 - 40 lbs.Tubular FiberglassSlick Butt$59.99
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707527 RAMBW3080C767'6"1Heavy30 - 80 lbs.Tubular FiberglassEVA$69.99
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760643 RAMBW2050C56AR5'6"1Medium Heavy20 - 50 lbs.FiberglassEVA$99.95
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Product Description
penn The Rampage Boat rod from Penn is designed to be a work horse for charter boats or anglers that need durability in a variety of fishing situations. Constructed with a tubular glass blank for extra strength, the Rampage also features a solid glass tip that helps keep the rod tip from breaking, even when high sticked.

A heavy duty Pac Bay reel seat ensures a secure lock on the reel foot, eliminating flex while under heavy load. Each rod features guides built with heavy duty stainless steel frames and aluminum oxide inserts that are perfect for both mono and braided lines. EVA Torque grips are contoured to fit your hand perfectly and eliminate the rod from twisting while under heavy load.