The Seeker ReactPRO Tommy Martin Casting Rods are technique-specific rods designed with the help of bass fishing legend, Tommy Martin. Tommy Martin’s experience and expertise in bass fishing is extensive to say the least. The 1974 Bassmaster Classic Winner, 19-time Classic qualifier, Bass Fishing Hall of Fame member, and 30+ year professional fishing guide, it’s safe to say he knows a thing or two on the subject. The ReactPro Tommy Martin Rods are built to the same exacting standards and with the same Seeker S-Glass blanks as Tommy Martin's original Shockwave Rods. Featuring premium components as well, including Fuji and Kigan guides, reel seats, and tips, each rod also comes equipped with EVA ultra light grips and single wraps to deliver unbelievably light and durable performance. If you are looking to step up your game and increase your catching time not just your fishing time, the tournament-tested Seeker ReactPRO Tommy Martin Casting Rods will provide you with years of added success.
-Backed by Seeker Rods' Limited Warranty against defects in material and workmanship for the original owner. All rods must be sent to Seeker Rods directly. Tackle Warehouse does not accept Seeker Rods' warranty claims.
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Rod handle lengths are measured from the butt of the rod to the top of the foregrip. [ View Diagram ]
Comments: I've been a Seeker fan for sometime, especially for inshore and swimbait rods. When they came out with the ReactPro series and I looked into them further, I knew I had to have one. You won't believe what a tremendous stick these babies are ... Extremely high quality builds. No excess glue, no misaligned guides, no glue smudges everywhere, no open edge gaps; perfection! I bought the Jerkbait rod and couldn't believe how incredibly light, powerful and maneuverable they are in the hand! You can easily cast these rods with one hand. The power curve these babies have is incredible! They are real performers too. Going to have to get the other two now also, lol. If the name is new to you, look into the Seeker rods, they are really special. Give them a look see, you won't regret it.
From: TJ: CO