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GSX Jigging Rod, 1 pc., 6'6", Heavy

Item # 613086
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Key Features

  • FUJI T-DPS-M reel seat

  • Pac Bay silver frame Hialoy guides

  • Custom-shaoed EVA fore grip and rear grip

  • Non-slippery rear grip rubber cork

  • Stainless steel hook keeper


Our Price  $119.99
Sale Price  $39.94

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Product Description
gsx Designed specifically for jigging, this powerful, lightweight rod delivers tournament-level precision at an affordable price. Extremely durable FUJI T-DPS-M reel seat. Pac Bay silver frame Hialoy guides. Custom-shaoed EVA fore grip and rear grip provide excellent comfort and solid grip. Non-slippery rear grip rubber cork. Gimbal with foam cover. Stainless steel hook keeper. No-hassle 2-year warranty.
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Specifications
Model # GSX66HT-JIG
Length 6'6"
Number of Pieces 1
Power Heavy
Handle Material Rubber Cork
Reel Seat Fuji T-DPS-M
Guides Pac Bay Hialoy
Recommended Technique Jigging

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    What type of Jigging is this rod designed for? Smaller walleye style jigs or larger bass style jigs?
    Asked on 1/20/2013 by Anonymous

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