|Number of Items||1|
|Number of Pieces||5|
|Brand||Okuma Fishing Tackle|
|Item Model Number||CIT-C-724M|
|Product Dimensions||22 x 3 x 3 cm; 500 Grams|
Okuma Fishing Tackle Unisex-Adult Okuma, Citrix Graphite Travel Casting Rod 7'2" Medium 4 Piece CIT-C-724M, Black, 7-Feet/2-Inch
|Price:||+ $13.73 Delivery|
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- IM8 graphite blank construction
- Custom 4-pcs travel design
- Lightweight EVA split grips for reduced weight
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The same featherweight handling, beautiful balance and incredible responsiveness as Citrix tournament rods, only Constructed in three pieces for easy travel. Great for those who want to keep a tournament-quality rod immediately available in a vehicle and those who want to travel with top-quality equipment. Citrix features: - IM8 graphite blank construction - custom 4-pcs travel design - lightweight EVA split grips for reduced weight - zero Fore grip design for improved balance and weight reduction - ALPS stainless steel guide frames - Zirconium line guide inserts for use with Braid or mono lines - Pac Bay minima reel seat for reduced weight - custom anodized aluminum reel seat threads for strength and balance - stainless steel hook keeper - convenient travel rod tube Specifications: - type: casting - rod power: medium - rod taper: F - rod length: 7'2" - line weight: 8-17 lbs - lure weight: 1/4-5/8 oz - sections: 4 piece - foregrip length: NA - Reargrip length: 10 1/2" - number of guides: 9 + tip - handle style: Okuma type b - weight: 4.4 oz
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It isn't a light rod due to the breakdown construction but it means I can have a rod almost permanently in my backpack for when I encounter a fishy spot or when I need to scratch the itch. Yes, it is a 4-piece rod as mentioned by another reviewer. I'm a school teacher and usually does a spot of fishing after I'm done at work. Even the spinning models are 4-piece rods. Having a pack rod means I'm more mobile as my bag is typically full of work and assignments to grade. The rod tube was a nice surprise and it also comes with a rod sock with individual slots for each section. The sock is a velvet type material and I appreciate not having the guides bumping into each other. I might change the tip to Fuji SIC when/ if it wears. I might also try installing some weights in the butt section to balance the rod a little. It is currently too forward heavy. Other than that I think this pole is fine the way it is.
Note - Amazon description incorectly states 3 piece rod, but it is a 4 piece