Castaway Skeleton Crankbait Casting Rods - $169.99 to $179.99
Castaway decided on the name Skeleton for the Castaway Skeleton Crankbait Casting Rods because of the rod series' split grip design, which Castaway developed to cut away every gram of excess weight without affecting the rods' performance or action. Castaway actually went as far as to further modify the rod's handle design in order to utilize less cork and reduce glue. All this in an effort to further limit weight and increase sensitivity.
Each Castaway Skeleton Crankbait Casting Rod also features a patent-pending, super-exposed reel seat, putting you in contact with more of the rod blank and allowing you to feel every bump and tick of your line. Spanning the Skeleton's exclusive multi-modulus graphite (or composite) blank, the premium Alconite Guide System increases castability and reduces friction, while also delivering the strength and durability to help tame hard fighting fish. Make now bones about it, the Castaway Skeleton Crankbait Casting Rods deliver key innovations that yield excellent lightweight performance for a variety of bass fishing techniques.
Backed by 5-year Limited Warranty
Rod Handle Length:
Tackle Warehouse measures its rod handle lengths from the butt of the rod to the top of the foregrip. [ Diagram ]
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Designed specifically for cranking applications, Castaway cut away every ounce of excess weight to make the Skeleton Crankbait Casting Rods the some of the lightest cranking rods on the market.
Every gram of excess weight was removed from the Castaway Skeleton Series Casting Rods - leaving only lightweight performance, sensitivity and durability.
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Comments: Decent rod, not the lightest or most sensitive but plenty of backbone. I purchased it to handle medium to deep divers, should handle that no problem, very comparable to mojo bass rod but lighter. If you want light, get a carrot stix, GL2 or Helium.
From: Jimmy: Chicago
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