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The Daiwa Wilderness Salmon & Steelhead Spinning Rod features an affordable price with quality construction that offer anglers a true value. This rod features a lightweight fiberglass blank perfect for general salmon and steelhead spinning applications. The Wilderness rod features a black blank and red and gold thread wraps with black guide frames.

Features of the Daiwa Wilderness Salmon & Steelhead Spinning Rod include:

  • Strong, resilient Fiberglass blank
  • Cut-proof Aluminum Oxide guides
  • Uplocking graphite reel seat with stainless steel hoods
  • EVA foam grip
  • Hook keeper
Daiwa Wilderness Salmon & Steelhead Spinning Rod
WLSS902MFS9' 0"MediumFast8 - 171/4 - 3/42
Review Summary
(6 Reviews)
of customers would recommend this product.100%
Reviewer Profile:  
Tip is light enough to detect light bites (2)
none so far (2)
Best Uses
Large fish (2)

Customer Reviews
 striper rod!!
Pros: works like a charm, handles 40 inch fish
Best Uses: Large fish
Comments: bought this for striper fishing light tackle....does great. fiberglass is the way to the fish fast and you release in good shape.
Bobby D.
Dunkirk, NY
 Good Rod
Pros: Good tip, Cheap price
Comments: Purchased this rod from FISHUSA and received it in just a couple days. Very nice rod for the money. Caught many Steelhead with this rod. I am very happy with the purchase and FISHUSA!!!
norht carolina
 Diawa wilderness spinning rod
Comments: I use this rod for surf fishing mostly 1 -2 pounders and the tip is really sensitive but strong enough to handle 2 ounce weights.
United States
 Fantastic deal!
Pros: Price, Quality, Value, Action
Best Uses: Salmon/Steelhead river fishing
Comments: If you are worried less status and care more about catching fish, then this rod is for you. You won't feel like you have to baby it and you will enjoy your time on the water that much more. It looks great and has a nice action. I received it in record time and believe me, for an all-around Salmon/Steelhead rod, you'd be hard pressed to find a better deal.
Weekend fisherman
San Fransisco
 Great rod for less
Pros: Light, Tip is light enough to detect light bites
Cons: none so far
Best Uses: casting, pier fishing
Comments: I thought 2 of these for pier fishing, it's great for casting long distant, very sensive.
 just what I was needing
Pros: Good backbone, Tip is light enough to detect light bites
Cons: none so far
Best Uses: Large fish
Comments: This rod seems like it'll get the job done. I fish primarily for carp. I need a rod that'll give me casting distrance and enough strength to haul in fish over 20lb. I certainly wasn't getting that out of the other rods I tried. The catfish rods out there are too heavy and short. The bass gear can't handle big fish for very long. So, I'm trying a salmon rod. I have my fingers crossed, but I have more faith in Daiwa gear than any other.
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