The Savage Gear Custom Coastal Spin Rods have been designed by Savage Gear Pro Staff to demands of coastal spinning and modern lure fishing across Northern Europe. Each Savage Gear Custom Coastal Spin Rod is custom built to suit a special type of fishing with perfection.
Perfect light weight Toray carbon fibre blanks, with superb balanced action combined with the new and innovative Coil Control guides, Fuji Gold label Real seats and AAAA cork handles makes a dream series of fishing rods with amazing power, durability and sensitivity.
ITEM NO LENGTH CASTING WEIGHT SECTIONS TRANSPORT LENGTH WEIGHT
48501 9’ 274cm 7-23g 2 141cm 151g
48502 9’ 24cm 10-30g 2 141cm 156g
48503 10’ 304cm 12-40g 2 157cm 170g
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Orders Outside Mainland UK
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