DAM Sumo Trx Picker Rod

  • Now From £29.99
  • (Delivery from £2.00)
  • RRP £41.99
Item in Stock | Usually dispatched within 24 hours
  • 9ft 2275m 
  • 2 piece
  • Casting weight 10-35g
  • 3 feeder tips
  • Weight 185g 

The DAM Sumo TRX Picker Rod is a robust but light TC24 TRX carbon structure, ergonomically shaped, top-grade full cork handle with functional hard-EVA parts. At North East Tackle Supplies we believe the DAM Sumo TRX Picker Rod offers real quality at a low price wit a durable reel seat with stainless steel caps, slim inlay braid resistant SiC guides with a non-flicker matt finish on the metal parts.

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