The Airrus Co-Matrix 2.0 Filament Wound Casting Rods are re-styled versions of the award-winning Co-Matrix 457 rod series that put Airrus Rods on the map. Built around the original Co-Matrix blanks, the advanced construction process integrates two separate and distinctive manufacturing processes. Filament winding, which is used in the lower section of the rod, provides maximum hook set capabilities and castability, and Airrus’s proprietary Multi Modulus tip section, furnishes the ultimate combination of lure presentation, rod control and sensitivity. Airrus also added a split reel seat for maximum hand to blank contact, and a proprietary Micro Guide system allows for longer more accurate casting. Offering the quailty blank tapers, construction, and characteristics that made the original Co-Matrix 457 series such a success, the new Airrus Co-Matrix 2.0 Filament Wound Casting Rods also deliver some key improvements to take your fishing experience to the next level.

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Customer Reviews

Comments: I purchased the 7'3MH because the Airrus rods looked pretty cool.  I like the look of it with the filament wound but I was an idiot and didn't check the taper before buying.  The 7'3 has a medium taper so there isn't a whole lot of backbone with it.  I'm returning mine but only because of the taper, not because it's a bad rod. From using it, it seems like a nice rod, not as light as a Carrot Stix Black and the metal butt makes it kind of heavy but overall I liked the rod. I had it paired up with an Okuma Helios reel.  The only strange thing is that it seems like a 2 piece rod, in the last picture if you look above the eye lit, you can kind of see that the top piece of the rod is pushed down in the first part and then glued or whatever they used. I would get another one with the right taper but figured I would pair my Okuma up with the Helios rod.  Give them a try though!

From: J: WI

Comments: follow up to my last comment ive caught alot of bass on this rod now and ive gotta say for the money its really hard to beat this rod its so light and sensitive you can feel so much and paired up with my quantum tour edition i wouldnt trade this setup for anything great product airrus

Comments: just got mine its my first airrus rod and i gotta say its pretty badass

From: Zach: PA

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