ITEM NO Length casting weight Sections Transport Length Weight action
44834 8ft 244cm >160g 2 125cm 235g Fast
44835 9ft 274cm >180g 2 140cm 273g Fast
46951 9ft 274cm >120g 2 140cm 273g Fast
These new stunning range of Savage Gear Preditor rods cover all types of fishing from vertical, jerk, spinning, soft lures, baitfish and big lure trolling.
Made from high modulas carbon, actions go from a through medium action on the bait rods to ultra fast actions on the spinning and jerk rods.
As one of the UK's leading suppliers of Savage Gear MPP Trigger Rods, North East Tackle Supplies are known for stocking the very best in MPP Trigger Rods from a variety of industry-leading brands including Savage Gear. Our range of Savage Gear MPP Trigger Rods are used by amateurs and professionals! Take a look through our range of Savage Gear MPP Trigger Rods online today
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