CODE ITEM LENGTH SECTIONS WEIGHT CASTING WEIGHT TRANSPORT LENGTH
54102 Cortez 6’6” 198cm 2 287g 20-30lbs 108cm
54103 Cortez 6’6” 198cm 2 298g 30-50lbs 108cm
54104 Cortez 7’4” 223cm 2 293g 6-12lbs 136cm
54968 Cortez 7’4” 223cm 2 298g 12-20lbs 136cm
54105 Cortez 7’4” 223cm 2 290g 20-30lbs 136cm
54106 Cortez 7’4” 223cm 2 304g 30-50lbs 136cm
54107 Cortez 6’6” 198cm 3 309g 20-30lbs 72cm
54108 Cortez 6’6” 198cm 3 330g 30-50lbs 72cm
The new Okuma Cortez Black Rod range are an upgrade from the popular Okuma Cortez Boat Rod range. Okuma Cortez Black Boat Rod range covers eight rods from 6ft 6in to 7ft 4in. Here at North East Tackle Supplies we believe the Okuma Cortez Black Rod range is best in class and should meeet all anglers needs with lb classes from a light 6-12lbs up to a heavy 30-50lbs. The range is ideal for the travelling angler as two rods break into 3 pieces and come with a protective carry case.
Here at North East Tackle Supplies we carry a wide range of Okuma Boat Rods including the new Okuma Cortez Black Rods.
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