Okuma® Great Lakes Rod & Reel Trolling Combo

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Okuma® Great Lakes 7'10" Rod & Reel Trolling Combo. Trolling excellence, made affordable!

In much of the Great Lakes, you can fish up to 3 rods per person. That's a lot of gear for a boatload of anglers. Good news, though... Okuma® makes outfitting the crew easy and affordable with these Great Lakes Trolling Combos, featuring a durable E-glass Rod and Magda Pro Line Counter Reel. The mechanical line counter tailors your presentations for accuracy and repeatability, so you don't fish harder, you fish smarter.

Rod:
  • 7'10" long, telescoping for easy portability
  • Durable E-glass blank construction
  • Stainless steel hooded reel seat
  • Double-footed aluminum oxide guides
  • Comfortable EVA foam grip.
Reel:
  • 20DX Magda Pro Line Counter Reel
  • Lightweight corrosion resistant frame and side plates
  • Corrosion resistant graphite spools
  • Mechanical line counter measures in feet so your presentation is perfect
  • 2 Stainless steel ball bearings for smooth action
  • Durable machine-cut, self-lubricating brass gearing
  • Stainless steel levelwind line guide system.

Model No. 7101MT-20DX:
  • Application: Planer Board
  • Length: 7'10"
  • Action: Medium
  • Reel Model: MA-20DX
  • Bearings: 2BB
  • Line Cap. (yds./lbs.): 290/14, 230/18, 210/20
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