Denali Rosewood Series Spinning Rods - $189.99 to $199.99
Offering exceptional performance and sensitivity at as sensible price, the Denali Rosewood Series Spinning Rods blend old world craftsmanship and styling with advanced technologies and performance. In addition to providing aesthetic appeal, the exotic Rosewood Foregrips actually help facilitate sensitivity transfer and also provide ideal balancing for each rod.
Lightweight, high-modulus IM8+ graphite blanks ensure excellent sensitivity and strength, and premium Ringlock Guides provide maximum durability. The recessed Ringlock system with total ring encapsulation actually offers a larger glue reservoir to help prevent ring loss, and the ring lock guides are also tough enough to stand up to braided lines. Reducing weight even further, a Split Grip Handle configuration and High-Grade Cork Grips combine to furnish all day comfort, while a traditional graphite reel seat firmly secures your reel. Available in several technique-specific models, the Denali Rosewood Series Spinning Rods look great and fish even better.
Backed by Limited Lifetime Warranty
Comments: the 7ft med is the best drop shot rod i've ever used
From: Ryan: TN
Comments: The Rosewood Series of rods is an outstanding combination of high-end technology and affordability. I have switched all of my rods over to Denali and have absolutely noticed an improvement in my success. My latest addition to the stable is the Michael Murphy Signature Series Jerkbait Spinning Rod. It is 6'8" and has been my go-to stick lately for throwing Topwater lures like the ima Skimmer for big Spotted Bass!
I hope TW will expand their already decent selection of Denali Rods to include this one, as well as the other Signature Series Rods...including the brand new 7'2" Terry Bolton Worm/Jig Casting Rod!!!
From: Brian: Woodstock, GA
Comments: This is a great spinning rod. It is supper sensitive. I would highly recommend it.
From: Ryan: TX
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Rod Handle Length:
Tackle Warehouse measures its rod handle lengths from the butt of the rod to the top of the foregrip. [ Diagram ]