Megabass Orochi XX Spinning Rods - $275.00 to $285.00
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The Megabass Orochi XX Spinning Rod Series was inspired by the Orochi, the ancient Japanese dragon god of water, and designed to capture the raw power and control of its namesake through Megabass’ cutting-edge blank manufacturing process and an uncompromising eye for quality and performance.
Guided by the unparalleled expertise of Aaron Martens and Luke Clausen, two of the premier professional bass anglers in the world, Megabass set out to design a line of rods that would earn a place on the front deck of their boats, and put the power of the legendary Orochi into their hands. Purpose-built for tournaments where a single cast can make all the difference, each Orochi blank is custom designed to match the rod’s intended application.
Crafted from premium super low-resin 40-ton carbon, each blank features a vertical-axis carbon core wrapped with a 2-axis XX-Micro Carbon layer, followed by an additional vertical-axis carbon layer. Each blank is then finished off with a 4-axis carbon wrap that goes from the butt section to the mid-section, for a total of 6-axis. Since carbon material is strongest along its axis, this unique manufacturing process adds significant strength to combat blank twist and improve overall structural integrity - all without adding unnecessary weight.
Each Orochi XX Rod also has a carefully selected range of tangle-free Fuji KWSG, KR-H, and Fuji small caliber Alconite guides for smooth casting and increased sensitivity, and premium Fuji ECS Reel Seats deliver direct contact with the rod blank and lightweight base for your reel. Delivering a fit and finish you can only expect from Megabass, the Megabass Orochi XX Spinning Rods are built with unparalleled precision and craftsmanship.
-Backed by Megabass of America Three-Year Warranty
Comments: 6'11" Drop shot rod is very versatile. Best rod I have found for skipping 4 and 5 inch senkos and tubes. The rod seems a little heavy for 1/16 drop shot but better with 1/8 weights and up. Fast tip but super back bone with lots of power. Very sensitive for the money. Only con is the hook keeper on top of the rod. You will need to remove it due to the line getting caught in it every cast. I now own 2 of these that replaced 3 rods from my arsenal.
From: Jeff: Franklin, MA 6/23/14
Comments: Wow. This thing is awesome. Incredibly light and well balanced, and oh so very sensitive. Was hesitant at first, thinking this was just a cheap one for everybody, but this thing is worth every penny. Grip is super comfortable, has handled all the giant smallies could throw at me with ease. I can cast extremely far - and pitch a dropshot to shore cover. Sensitivity is unmatched. I believe I am now officially forever a Megabass convert.
From: Cobi: MI 5/16/14
Comments: Threw some braid on my ci4 3000 to pair with this rod and the sensitivity is amazing! The rod feels alive in your hand. My only complaint is that the quality of the cork could be better, too much filler used!
From: Matt: NJ, USA
Rod Handle Length:
Tackle Warehouse measures its rod handle lengths from the butt of the rod to the top of the foregrip. [ Diagram ]