Big Lure inline 7ft 3in Rod 12-25lb 2 sec

  • £149.99
  • (FREE UK Delivery)
  • RRP £199.99
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  • Put over joint connection right over the handle
  • Double Lock R/S and gimbal butt cap
  • SIN Top guide

 

The Savage Gear Big Lure inline rod is 7ft 3in in length and a lb class of 12-25lb, the rod is a 2 section rod. Savage Gear Big Lure inline rod is a specialized inline rod for trolling and for use with MP paravanes.

Get a Savage Gear Big Lure inline rod with North East Tackle Supplies where we stock all the Savage Gear rods.

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