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Shakespeare Powerod Bigwater Spinning Rod, 10'

Item # 435842
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Key Features

  • Reinforced, tubular, glass blanks

  • Stainless steel, double-bridge guides

  • Graphite reel seats

  • Durable EVA grips

Our Price   $29.99

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Product Description
shakespeare Powerod Bigwater Spinning Rods feature reinforced, tubular, glass blanks along with stainless steel, double-bridge guides with aluminum oxide inserts. The graphite reel seats have cushioned stainless steel hoods. Durable EVA grips with rubber butt caps.

This 2-piece, 10' spinning rod features Medium Action, a line weight of 10-25 lbs., and lure weight of 1-4 oz. 4 + tip guides.

Model # PBWS5102M
Length 10'0"
Number of Pieces 2
Power Medium
Line Weight 10 - 25 lbs.
Lure Weight 1 - 4 oz.
Blank Construction Glass
Handle Material EVA
Reel Seat Graphite
Guides Stainless Steel/Aluminum Oxide
Number of Guides 4
Recommended Technique Spinning

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Shakespeare Powerod Bigwater Spinning Rod, 10

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Bulky Rod

By Fripp Shape

from Fripp Island, SC

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    Best Uses

    • Ocean Fishing

    Comments about Shakespeare Powerod Bigwater Spinning Rod, 10:

    I had a Tikka Rod that broke and I needed to buy more tackle and a new rod. I bought this as a cheaper option and I will say that it does work, but it is bulky! Just holding it feels like holding a bus and I don't care for it. I'm going to take it back and get something like the Tikka. One special something Shake can do is make the handle less bulky. If they dropped it down to a slim cork handle, I would keep the rod as it def. will hold the fish and is sensitive.

    • Was this a gift?:
    • Yes

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