Phenix Ultra Swimbait Classic Casting Rods - $279.99 to $289.99
Completely redesigned, the Phenix Ultra Swimbait Classic Casting Rods feature Phenix's phenomenal Hybrid Blank Technology. Using a unique layering process, Phenix was able to create a blank that is completely composed of Woven Carbon Fiber from butt to tip. The result is a rod that is uniformly balanced, super sensitive, unbelievable strong, and extremely lightweight.
The combination of the rods' Cork/EVA Straight Handle and Burl Butt Cap also facilitates optimum balance and leverage, while adding to the aesthetics of the series. Specifically designed to withstand the heavy requirements of casting big baits with spectra, each rod also features premium Fuji Alconite Guides at Concept Spacing for maximum durability, reduced friction and longer casts. Perfectly balanced, the Phenix Ultra Swimbait Classic Casting Rods are also equipped with a premium Fuji Trigger Reel Seat.
Backed by Phenix's Limited Lifetime Warranty
Comments: I have the 7'11 MH and I love it. Handles 6"-8" swimbaits with ease. Loads nice, looks and feels great. All around good swimbait stick.
From: Justin: Redmond, OR
Comments: First off its a beautiful rod, the foam to cork transition is really nice. Rod parts are top notch and fit and finish work is flawless on this rod. The action of this rod is perfect for throwing med to large swimbaits. I use this rod for snook fishing, I throw the 7in bull shad, huddelston and jigs to 2 oz. This rod handles the 3.5 oz bull shad very nicely with some power left over so the rod doesn't feel over loaded while casting. As a jig rod this rod is not a parabolic as I like but its not designed to do that so its a non issue. I would rate this as one of my favorite rods to throw, its very light and looks particularly nice, this rod also works very well as a large top water plug rod.
From: Capt Joe: Fort Myers, FL
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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 ]