Okuma® Safina Spinning Combo

Item # WX2-183582

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Details & Specs

Okuma® Safina Spinning Combos. A great starter rig for your little fishin' pal!

Smooth action, effortless casting, easy handling... there's no better way to get a young angler started down the right path than with an Okuna® rig!

It's anything but your typical cardboard-box set-up... here, you get a quality rod complete with glass fiber construction, comfortable neo-cork grips you can hold all day, plus a smooth-operating reel. Get a couple for the youngsters and a couple for the cabin shed!

Rod details:
  • Strong, light glass fiber blank construction
  • Durable dura-flow stainless steel guides
  • Comfortable neo-cork fore and rear grips.
Reel details:
  • 1 ball bearing drive for smoothness
  • Precision machined aluminum 2-tone anodized spool
  • 210 yds. / 8-lb. line capacity.

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Model No. 602UL:
  • Length: 6'
  • Pcs.: 2
  • Power: Ultra Light
  • Reel BBs: 1
Model No. 702UL:
  • Length: 7'
  • Pcs.: 2
  • Power: Ultra Light
  • Reel BBs: 1
Model No. 562UL:
  • Length: 5'6"
  • Pcs.: 2
  • Power: Ultra Light
  • Reel BBs: 1
Model No. 502UL:
  • Length: 5'
  • Pcs.: 2
  • Power: Ultra Light
  • Reel BBs: 1
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