FLW Tour pro, Shinichi Fukae has relied on the Megabass Destroyer Orochi X4 Casting Rods to rack up wins across the Country and take home the coveted 2004 FLW Angler of the Year. The Destroyer Orochi X4 Series is the perfect match for Fukae’s aggressive and versatile fishing style. Refined and updated over years of tour level competition both in America and Japan, the rods are the embodiment of his philosophy and professional know-how. The Hi-Tension, Hi-Torque X4-Matrix blanks feature a 6-braid construction, composed of a 2-Braided XX-Micro Carbon Fiber interior surrounded by 4-Braided Carbon Graphite. This Megabass exclusive design yields a rod that is both lightweight and sensitive, as well as extremely powerful. The actions, tapers and lengths are all precisely designed to accentuate the performance of particualar techniques and baits, and capitalize on their effectiveness. Whether you are throwing a Vision 110 jerkbait and want a rod to maximize its potential, dragging a jig and need a rod with incredible sensitivity and the perfect tip flex, or anything in between, there is a Megabass Destroyer Orochi X4 Casting Rod specifically suited for the task.

-Hi-Tension, Hi-Torque X4-Matrix Blanks - 6-braid construction, composed of a 2-Braided XX-Micro Carbon Fiber interior surrounded by 4-Braided Carbon Graphite
-Fuji Stainless Steel Guides with SiC Inserts at New Fuji Concept Spacing
-Fuji Titanium Guides with SiC Inserts - KR Concept System (F2.1/2-64X4, F3.1/2-70X4, F4-67X4)
-Fuji ECS-16 Reel Seats
-End Balancer - Each model is carefully balanced for optimal performance

-Backed by Megabass of America Three-Year Warranty

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Customer Reviews

Comments: Amazing Rods, better than anything I've tried before and extremely comfortable. There is plenty of backbone to pull those fat girls out of thick nastiness. You won't regret buying one of this rods. The only thing I regret is not being able to afford all of them at once.

From: Ivan: Marble Falls, TX 6/7/15

Comments: I bought the rattle viper technical game and the mat bunker. By far the best rods I own I was beyond impressed.

From: Dave: Clear Lake, CA 5/28/15

Comments: I got the 711 Flipping stick. The backbone this rod has is unbelieavable, scary good. I never ever seem to lose any of my texas rigs or jigs even casting into a giant bush or tree, ever, the line never snaps and i always get the snag free (my buddy was amazed too). Its so good that ill toss a massive BBZ1 Rainbow swimbait into tall reeds and not worry a bit. It's so thin and so light, but so strong, and i really love the way it telescopes, perfect. The tungsten counter balance at the bottom of the handle makes the overall balance sublime. The rod bag is sick too. It pitches lures like a dream (don't do any flipping in Deep water Cali lakes), its perfect for carolina rigs. It says that its rated from 1/4 oz to 2 oz and that range is conservative. Handling 3-4oz swimbaits and drop shots 3/16 is no problem. 

From: Slade: Bakerfield, CA 5/23/15

Comments: The oneten stick is an awesome jerk bait and topwater rod. It is perfect for the shorter guys out there like myself. It has plenty enough tip to work a jerk bait without "overpowering" it and has good flex once you hook up. Its done the job on largies, smallies and spots all equally well when fighting them to the boat. Pretty pricey but is amazing for ripping a oneten or any jerkbait for that matter. Very light and sensitive too.

From: Tyler: Central, KY

Comments: The Destruction has a soft tip and works great from flipping a small creature bait upto a medium sized swimbait.  Rod casts easy and works well with braided lines.

From: Jacob: Atlanta

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