• CC SIN Guides
• High Modulus Carbon
• SG Gold label R/S
• AAA cork and Hard EVA handles
• Ready to Fish Deluxe rod bag
ITEM NO LENGTH CASTING WEIGHT SECTIONS TRANSPORT LENGTH WEIGHT
48523 6’9’’ 205cm 15-42g 2 106.5cm 152g
48524 6’9’’ 205cm 30-65g 2 106.5cm 162g
48525 6’9’’ 205cm 40-100g 2 106.5cm 178g
48526 8’6” 258cm 30-80g 2 133.6cm 198g
48527 9´ 274cm >150g 2 141.5cm 198g
The new Savage Gear Butch Light XLNT2 Rod have been upgraded with new CC SIN Guides. The Savage Gear Butch Light XLNT2 Rods cover all types of spinning for pike from rods casting 15g up to a whopping 150g, ideal for large jerk baits and soft lures like the Savage Gear 3D Line Thru Trout.
Get a Savage Gear Butch Light XLNT2 Rod at North East Tackle Supplies and why not couple it with a new Okuma reel.
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