Fuji gold label black cap reel seat
AAAA Portuguese full cork handles
Premium quality SIC guides
High Modulus Carbon fiber blanks
Bullet shell balancer butt
Ready to fish deluxe rod bag
Given the challenge to design a series of deluxe classic spinning rods under the Savage Gear Brand has resulted in a remarkable and uncompromising rod range. The ultra lightweight, responsive high modulus 30t carbon fibre blanks have been developed to give maximum casting distance and still keep the perfect action for fighting big trout, salmon, sea bass or pike on thin braids. No compromisesis made on the Savage Gear Parabellum rod range made, AAAA Portuguese full cork handles, Fuji Black cap Reel seats and premium quality SIC guides â?? features Bullet shell balancer butt.
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