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Daiwa Proteus Saltwater Boat Rod (Model: Spinning 7' 55~80 lbs)

ID: 74930 (Rod-PRTB70HFS)
Daiwa Proteus Saltwater Boat Rod (Model: Spinning 7' 55~80 lbs)
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  • Graphite Composite Construction
  • Fuji® DPS Stainless steel hood reel seat
  • Fuji® Alconite-Tangle Free Frame Guide
  • X-Tube Grip
  • Blank-through-handle construction
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty
Newly designed saltwater actions featuring powerful graphite composite construction, Fuji® Tangle-Free guides and reel seat. The perfect match for fishing both nylon and braided lines and for working both heavy and light lures. Also ideal for casting live bait.

Tangle-Free Alconite Guides: Fuji®Alconite-Tangle Free Frame Guide.

Soft Gimbal Butt on Spinning Rods: Fuji® Genuine GRC butt cap installed for Spinning models.

X Tube Grip Wrap: X Tube pattern enhances grip control and comfort.

Model: PRTB70HFS
Power: H
Action: F
Length (Feet): 7'
Pieces: 1
Line Weight (lbs): 55 - 80 (Braid)
Lure Weight (oz): N/A
Number of Guides: N/A

Manufacture: Daiwa

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