Castaway Invicta HG 40 Spinning Rods - $249.99
Delivering custom-level performance and a classic look, the Castaway Invicta HG 40 Spinning Rods are the rods Elite Series pros, Russ Lane and Todd Faircloth use when they are competing on tour. Castaway Rods is one of the oldest rod companies in the Country for a reason, because they build quality rods and continue to have a strong following. Like the name Invicta suggests (latin for unvanquished), they have weathered the changes in the fishing industry, and continued to be on the forefront of technology and performance.
Featuring super sensitive 40-ton graphite blanks with the power and proper action to tame the biggest fish on light lines, the Invicta Series also features custom Winn grips. Winn grips, the same grips used on golf clubs, provide a soft, tacky grip that actually grips better when they are wet. The rods come equipped with custom ALPS soft-touch reel seats as well, which form a comfortable base for your reel and are easier on your hands during long days on the water. Exclusively designed ALPS Zirconia guides round out the premium features and deliver long lasting durable performance. Delivering advanced performance and a classic design, the Castaway Invicta HG 40 Spinning Rods will help you put the hook to more fish.
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