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 >  > Daiwa Acculite Salmon/Steelhead Noodle Rods

Daiwa Acculite Salmon/Steelhead Noodle Rods feature a specialty slow/light action perfect for soaking up powerful runs from steelhead and small salmon. Long noodle spinning rods have long been popular on the Great Lakes and west coast when using light lines and small baits for steelhead, salmon and trout.

Acculite Salmon/Steelhead Noodle Rods are built on lightweight yet extremely durable graphite composite blanks. These rods also include cut-proof aluminum oxide guides with light stainless steel frames, uplocking graphite reel seats with silver cushioned hoods, high-quality cork handles and hook keepers. All rods in this series are two piece and are finished in a charcoal metallic with silver wraps.

Specifications
ModelLengthPowerActionLine
Weight
(lbs.)
Lure
Weight
(oz.)
Foregrip
Length
(in.)
Reargrip
Length
(in.)
Pieces
ALSS962LSS9'6"LightSlow2-81/16-3/83 1/812 1/42
ALSS1062LSS10'6"LightSlow2-81/16-3/83 1/812 1/42
Review Summary
4
( 5 Reviews )
of customers would recommend this product.
60%
Reviewer Profile:   Avid Fisher (3)
Pros
Accurate Casting (4)
Good Tip Action (4)
Durable (3)
Flexible (3)
Cons
Best Uses
Large Fish (3)
River Fishing (2)

so far so good
Reviewed:


Verified
Buyer
United States

About Me:
Shipping was quick. Customer service excellent. The rod itself is solid and has great action. I can't wait to land some trout on her.

Pros: Accurate Casting, Good Tip Action

Cons: handle length is long

Best Uses:

Would you recommend this product?  Yes

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Great rod for the $$
Reviewed:


Portland, OR

About Me:
Avid Fisher
I fish the Columbia River for Spring Chinook and Steelhead, both from bank and from boat. This rod is great for me. I've landed a (neighborhood of) 25 pound Springer Native, it fought hard, and not for a moment did I feel I didn't have enough rod. Also I'm casting 8 oz's of lead with it. I cringed the first couple casts from the bank, but it handels it well! I'm gonna buy another for my boat, just encase someone needs it. As far as drift fishing, I'm not sure about it for that. It doesn't have the blank exsposed at the reel seat. Bobber fishing should be great with it. Rod loads up quick!

Pros: Accurate Casting, Flexible, Durable, Lightweight, Good Tip Action

Cons: none

Best Uses: River Fishing, Large Fish

Would you recommend this product?  Yes

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Exllent rods
Reviewed:


Munising MI

About Me:
Casual/ Recreational
These poles are great i recomend these poles to anyone who is looking to catch the big one!!

Pros: Easy To Transport, Durable, Flexible, Accurate Casting, Good Tip Action

Cons: none

Best Uses: Large Fish

Would you recommend this product?  Yes

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Rod broke in half on King..
Reviewed:


Verified
Reviewer
Upstate NY

About Me:
Avid Fisher
The 9.6 foot Diawa Noodle lasted 2 hours, my son hooked into a 20+ pound King Salmon, the rod snapped in half under the pressure of the fish..

Pros: none

Cons: Breaks Easily

Best Uses: none

Would you recommend this product?  No

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Excellent Rod!
Reviewed:


Pittsburgh, PA

About Me:
Avid Fisher
Got this rod 4 years ago for steelhead fishing. Since then have been on 60-80 fishing trips to the tribs of lake erie as well as the lake itself and never had a problem with this rod. I am all about Shimano, but this rod holds its own without a doubt. Durability, sensitivity and accurancy compare to $100+ rods.

Pros: Accurate Casting, Durable, Flexible, Good Tip Action, Sensitive

Cons: none

Best Uses: Large Fish, Steelhead, River Fishing, Salmon



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