Ol’ Salty is the perfect rod in the Favorite collection to use when chasing those saltwater fish. Built from 24 Ton Carbon blanks along with an aluminum reel seat this rod provides the right balance of strength and durability to bring in those sea creatures from the deep. The cork handle ensures that you will stay comfortable while fighting those fish.
- IM24T Carbon Blanks
- Cork Handle
- Aluminum reel seat
- Heavy Duty
||Fast||3/8-3/4 oz||8-17 lb|
||7'3"||4.3 oz||Med. Heavy||Fast||1/2-1 1/4 oz||10-20 lb|
||7'8"||5.3 oz||Heavy||Fast||3/4-2 oz||15-30 lb|
|OLS-7101ExH||7'10"||7.7 oz||Ext. Heavy||Fast||1-3 oz||17-40 lb|
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Bought the medium heavy rod and fixed it with the 5000 series reel, wanted to have a good all around lightweight saltwater setup that I could use for most fish I can find in the northeast. Took it out for the first time this fishing for stripers on a party boat in the Raritan. Used swimbaits and flutter spoons and the action of the rod was perfect. Hooked into five stripers and landed 4, all around 28-32 inches long. Fight was good, rod was able to handle the fish with ease. Mates were surprised how well such a light rod handled these fish. Excellent rod would definitely recommend if you’re looking for something with great backbone.
Overall its a good set up .The reel has binding when reeling in a fish not as smooth as i thought .
My hubby bought me this combo after watching blue gabes YouTube videos I have caught fish every cast. but the tip broke off with the last cast and I replaced it with an off brand tip and have not caught a fish since but my hubby just bought me the same set up so can't wait to start catching again. My absolute best rod and reel combo ever I recommend this even for beginners just not beyond braid fishing line it breaks to easy.