11ft 9" 2 piece (equal section lengths)
2 to 4 oz casting weight
Lightweight, slim, progressive taper blanks
Toreon nano carbon construction
Fixed reel seat
Tip highlights for night time bite detection
Quality rod bag
The Greys GR75S Bass Rod is 11ft 9" long with two equal sections, the rod has a casting weight of 2 to 4 oz. The Greys GR75S Bass Rod is and ideal rod for bait fishing for Bass and general Estuary fishing. The Greys GR75S Bass Rod is manufactured from Toreon nano carbon and offers a lightweight, slim and progressive taper blanks.
Get a Greys GR75S Bass Rod with North East Tackle Supplies, we carry full selection of Greys sea products including the new Greys GR75S Bass Rod.
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