CODE ITEM LENGTH SECTIONS WEIGHT CASTING WEIGHT TRANSPORT LENGTH
54114 azzores Slow Jig 6’8” 203cm 2 157g 20-90g 158cm
54115 azzores Slow Jig 6’8” 203cm 2 187g 60-140g 158cm
The Okuma Azzores Slow Jig Rods are designed to give you the flex and control needed. At North East Tackle we think these Okuma Azzores Slow Jig Rods are the very best on the market made from a slim high modulus carbon blank, with power carbon wrap they off power and finesse. The Okuma Azzores Slow Jig Rod range have Fuji anti-tangle K-Wag Alconite guides the best on the market.
Take a look at our extensive range of Okuma sea product including the new Okuma Azzores Slow Jig Rods which we carry in stock.
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