Here they are - rods built for the highest level of angling performance - the new and improved Lew’s Team Casting Rods combine innovative engineering with the latest in state-of-the-art materials. Featuring high-grade, multi-directional, multi-layered 85-million modulus graphite blanks, the graphite fibers are joined by a specially formulated resin matrix system, and reinforced with full butt-to-tip slit carbon wrap. This provides the angler with the ultimate in lightweight sensitivity and strength. Also equipped with premium Fuji stainless steel KR Concept Micro Guides with Alconite Inserts for reduced weight and increased casting performance, lightweight skeletal graphite reel seats have all but the essential material removed for a lightweight and comfortable reel base. Available in a range of proven lengths and actions, the Lew’s Team Casting Rods are in a class by themselves.
-Lew's proprietary APT (Advanced Performance Technology) blank construction
-Exposed blank for instant vibration transmission
-Premium cork split grip handle
-Lew's Limited Lifetime Warranty
Comments: Awesome rod, very sensitive and looks awesome. teamed it up with a lews tourney mg and i love it...like Tim said only downside is no hook keeper
From: Roger: SC
Comments: I have a 7'2 xhvy moderate for frogs. This rod is top quality. Very light weight and is very well balanced. The micro guides aren't micros like the skeet reese rods. I would call them mini rather than micro, which is fine by me because I don't like true micros. I have to rate it a 9 out of 10 because mine did not come with a hook keeper. Strange for an almost $200 rod. Luckily I'm using 65# braid so I can just wrap my line and frogs around the handle of my reel. If I was using fluoro I might give it a lower score. Overall a very nice rod though.
From: Tim: TX
Comments: I have three of theese rods and will be getting more, high qaulity, ultra sensative and very light, my favorite rods. I have them paired with a team lew's gold and 2 tournament pro reels and could not be happier with them! Looking at getting another team lew's gold and a bb1 next!
From: Matt: Tecumseh MI
Comments: This rod is light, has a very good tip, and has plenty of backbone. I use it for my jig rod, with 20 pound floro. I have the 6'10" MH casting model, and it's great to get under docks and tricky areas with my jig. I compare it to the Falcon Cara T7 series rods when holding them without a reel on them. Not sure how well the Falcon ones do with a fish on though. The Lew's is less money, and I will certainly by buying more. I will next get one for my heavy punching, and one to replace my frog rod. This is a great high modulus rod for the money. It's not a $50 rod or even $100 rod. This is the best rod that I have had for under $250 easily.
From: Jeff: Waterville, ME
Comments: I can't believe a review hasn't been posted yet on these incredible rods! I fished mine for over a full season and have been really happy with the quality and sensitivity of these rods. Don't confuse these with other companies that try to put together a decent rod and fail. These rods are easily IM10 quality. You can feel changes in bottom texture remarkably well. These are easily on par with the best of the best. Get you some!
From: TJ: CO
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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 ]