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Description

Okuma Guide Select Float Rods are the culmination of hundreds of hours of research and development. Guide Select rods look and feel great, but more importantly they fish great. These precision designed rods use the highest quality materials, meeting the demands of the serious float angler.

Features of Okuma Guide Select Float Rods include:

  • IM-8 graphite blank construction
  • Evo Graph: reinforced graphite weave on the butt section of the rod
  • Fuji hard Alconite guide inserts
  • Fuji lightweight New Concept guide frames
  • Premium cork handle
  • Pac Bay sliding rings (Model: GS-S-1363FR-2)
  • Fuji fixed reel seat (Model: GS-S-1363FR)
  • Hook keeper
  • Custom embroidered rod bag for transportation
  • Manufacturer's lifetime warranty program

Specifications for Okuma Guide Select Float Rods can be seen in the Specifications tab above.

Specifications
Okuma Guide Select Float Rods
Specifications
ModelHandleLength
(in.)
PiecesLine
Weight
(lbs.)
Handle
Length
(in.)
GS-S-1363FR-2A13' 6"34 - 8191/2
GS-S-1363FRB13' 6"34 - 8Foregrip: 57/8
Reargrip: 93/8
Reviews
Review Summary
4
( 6 Reviews )
of customers would recommend this product.83%
Reviewer Profile:   Avid Fisher (4)
Pros
Sensitive (5)
Accurate Casting (5)
Good Tip Action (3)
Easy To Transport (3)
Flexible (3)
Cons
Best Uses
River Fishing (3)

First float rod
Verified
Buyer
Lansing michigan
About Me:
Not Specified
This was my first rod purchased for my first center pen set up. It's a nice rod , my only issue is its to soft and flimsy. I like a little more back bone and not so much sensitivity. Makes it hard to set hook.
Pros: Sensitivity, Quality built rod
Cons: No back bone to sensitive
Best Uses: None Specified
good rod for the price
Verified
Buyer
Northport,Mi
About Me:
Avid Fisher
Good rod for pining. Not the best rod for travel.
Pros: Sensitive, Accurate Casting
Cons: Heavy / Bulky, Hard To Transport
Best Uses: River Fishing
Solid Choice for a Entry Rod
Verified
Reviewer
Rochester, NY
About Me:
Avid Fisher
As an entry-level rod, the Guide Select offers good value for the money. It's a little on the soft side for large water, but has a good backbone. As long as you don't hinge the rod, you can put the entire rod to a fish without worry. It's lightweight and easy to work all day. Plenty of sensitivity and control. If you're looking for a good rod to start or as a backup, it's tough to go wrong with the Guide Select. (sliding rings, use electrical tape to stay in place - works well, no problems)
Pros: Durable, Good Tip Action, Easy To Transport, Flexible, Sensitive, Accurate Casting
Cons: none
Best Uses: none
This float rod does the job
Verified
Buyer
Alpena, MI
About Me:
Casual Fisher
I have only used this rod for steelhead fishing and find that it is up to the job and a pleasure to use.
Pros: Easy To Transport, Sensitive, Accurate Casting
Cons: none
Best Uses: River Fishing
Great rod
Verified
Buyer
Fredonia NY
About Me:
Avid Fisher
I have purchased this rod and fish western ny steelhead. first time out with it, i landed a nice 10lb steely. no complaints. this is my first float rod and absolutly love it! I got it about 3 weeks ago and have landed many fish on it already. I thought it was going to be hard to used to, but i picked it up and got a hang of it right away without any problems. I got the okuma aventa reel with this rod and its a great combo!
Pros: Good Tip Action, Flexible, Sensitive, Accurate Casting
Cons: none
Best Uses: River Fishing
Great Rod!!
Shohola, PA
About Me:
Avid Fisher
This rod is absolutley perfect for a beginning float fisher or the experienced. I use this rod for salmon, steelhead, rainbows, and browns. It has very good accuracy, and is very flexible and durable for charging salmon, steelhead, or those monster browns and rainbows. This rod not only looks great, but performs great when you need it most.
Pros: Accurate Casting, Easy To Transport, Durable, Sensitive, Good Tip Action, Flexible
Cons: none
Best Uses: none
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