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Okuma Fishing Tackle Fin Chaser B Series Spinning Rod and Reel Combo - 2-Piece, 6’

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Overview

About Okuma Fishing Tackle Fin Chaser B Series Spinning Rod and Reel Combo - 2-Piece, 6’

Closeouts. An excellent value for the freshwater beginner, Okuma Fishing Tackle's Fin Chaser B series spinning rod and reel combo features a durable fiberglass blank, split foam grips with a fighting butt and a smooth-retrieving, ball-bearing drive reel.

Specs

Specs about Okuma Fishing Tackle Fin Chaser B Series Spinning Rod and Reel Combo - 2-Piece, 6’

  • Lure weight: 1/8 to 3/8 oz.; Reel materials: Aluminum, composite stainless steel; Line capacity (lb./yd.): 4/310, 6/200, 8/150
  • Length: 6'
  • Number of pieces: 2
  • Type of cork: Split grip cork/EVA
  • Reel seat: Up locking
  • Reel seat material: Aluminum
  • Spacer material: Composite
  • Rod material: Fiberglass
  • Guide material: Stainless steel with ceramic inserts
  • Recommended use: Freshwater
  • Made in China
  • Prop 65: This product may contain a chemical or substance known to the state of California to potentially cause reproductive harm
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About Okuma Fishing Tackle

Founded in Ontario, California in 1987, the Okuma fishing tackle company crafts tools for the angler’s journey. The folks behind Okuma fishing tackle believe fishing is a life-long adventure. Okuma rods and Okuma reels are built in-house and are designed to fit the needs of both entry-level anglers and experienced pros. From spinning reels to baitcast reels, Okuma wants to help you get the most out of your time on the water. Try an Okuma rod or reel on your next trip, and see what you can reel in.