Shakespeare® Wild Cat 7' Catfish Rod

Item # WX2-225447

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Details & Specs

Shakespeare® Wild Cat 7' Catfish Rod is high - strength quality.

Angling for the big cats? Meow! To land heavy catfish requires a Herculean strong rod, like this baby by famous Shakespeare®. It's a long reach 7' beauty designed for years of service.

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  • High-strength 2-Pc. tubular glass blanks
  • Durable stainless steel double-footed guides
  • High visibility Orange tips and grips
  • Comfortable EVA handle

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Stock No. 225447:
  • Model No.: WCATS 70MH
  • Rod Length: 7', 2-Pc.
  • Action: Medium/Heavy
  • Lb. Test: 12-25
  • Lure Wt.: 1 /2-3 ozs.
  • Guides: 5 + tip
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Customer Reviews

4 stars
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  1. 3 stars
    Good looking rods that I will keep because of price and free shipping
  2. 5 stars
    Great catfish rods,Great price...
  3. 5 stars
    have not used yet but looks good
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