Rarely seen outside of Japan, the ultra-premium Gan Craft Dead Sword Magnum Casting Rod is specifically designed for use with the Jointed Claw Magnum. Featuring only the finest components and materials, including real silver in its Double-O Winding Check,* it's precisely engineered Japanese carbon blank delivers unequaled power, while weighing in at only 7.5oz.
Normal big bait rods generally only focus on casting heavy lures and capitalizing on hook sets. The problem is, their slower, more moderate actions and tapers tend to kill the action of the Jointed Claw Magnum. The Dead Sword Magnum's faster, sensitive tip section on the other hand maximizes the width of the Jointed Claw Magnum's S-swimming action, while still providing long casting capabilities. The Dead Sword Magnum's power cannot be underestimated either, it has what it takes to drive the hooks home at the end of long casts with impressive authority, despite the large size of the Jointed Claw Magnum.
Incredibly lightweight as well, thanks in part to its premium Fuji Titan Flame SiC double foot guides and Fuji ACS Accuracy Reel Seat, the stripper guide is placed upside down on purpose to greatly reduces line management issues. Also equipped with a Fuji WBC Balancer butt grip with removable weights, this advanced system allows you to fine tune the balance of the rod to your personal preference. The handle is also removable so you can easily stow it in any rod locker. Offering unequaled technique-specific performance, the Gan Craft Dead Sword Magnum Casting Rod delivers advanced power and performance tailor made for the Jointed Claw Magnum.
*The Double O Winding Check, custom made by a Japanese jewelry store, is made from real 925 Silver and can be cleaned with a "silver cloth" when darkens.
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