Daiwa® Accudepth Specialty Trolling Dipsy Diver Rod

Item # WX2-182006

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Daiwa® Accudepth Specialty Trolling Rods. Daiwa's got your action covered!

Built from a powerful, resilient graphite composite blank for fightin' power you need. 

  • Graphite composite blank construction
  • Cut-proof aluminum oxide guides
  • Comfortable Air Foam™ grips
  • Convenient hook keeper.
  • Model No.: R962H
  • Length: 9'6"
  • Line Weight: 12-30 lb.
  • Style: Dipsy Diver
  • Pieces: 2
  • Model No.: R1062H
  • Length: 10'6"
  • Line Weight: 12-30 lb.
  • Style: Dipsy Diver
  • Pieces: 2

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