Staying true to the legacy that Mr. Lew Childre layed down, the Lew’s Tournament Speed Stick SG Spinning Rods offer the best in design and materials. Their premium IM7 Endurance graphite blanks are light, strong and sensitive, and the actions and tapers are perfect for a variety of spinning applications. Lightweight graphite reel seats form a lightweight base for your reel, and premium cork split grips furnish all day comfort and optimum balance. Each rod is also equipped with super hard aluminum oxide guides for longer casting and enhanced durability. Delivering proven performance at a great price, the Lew’s Tournament Speed Stick SG Spinning Rods have just what you need.
-Backed by Lew's Limited One-Year Rod Warranty
Comments: This rod is amazing. I got the 7' ML. handled the biggest smallmouth I have ever caught or even seen in my life. The ML is perfect for the light line that you use when finesse fishing. it will get the hook in them, but its not so stiff that it pulls the hook out or breaks your 8 or less pound line when the fish makes a run. perfect sensitivity, great looking. loads of power, just the right amount of give, amazing price. 8 pound smallmouth on a shaky head, the rod bent when it was supposed to, and gave me all the power i needed when i needed it. great buy for anyone
From: Scott: Maine
Comments: this is a great rod. I have it paired with a abu garcia orra s20 and it feels very very nice. Its light and very balanced. It handles fish very good and i cant wait to drop shot with it at the lake this year. I do however wish it had a hook keeper but its alright its still a great rod.
From: Jared: KY
Comments: Awesome rod for the price. I really like the split grip and its very sensitive for an im7 blank. The only downside was the lack of a hook keeper but there probably isnt a better rod at the price point.
From: Steve: Westminster, MD
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Rod Handle Length:
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