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Okuma Helios Casting Rods


Okuma Helios Casting Rods are constructed from the finest ultra-responsive 40-ton carbon fiber blanks. These mini guide rods unleash incredible sensitivity and power from completed rods that begin at just 3.6-ounces of total weight. Zero foregrip, custom machined aluminum reel threads with Fuji hood, sculpted EVA grips and the ALPS mini guide system complete these premier performers. On the water, it's the balance, refined actions at complete lack of noticeable weight that you'll love. The included Fuji moveable hook keeper allows for placement best suited to the technique and bait being fished.

Features of Okuma Helios Casting Rods include:

  • 40-ton carbon, ultra sensitive blank construction
  • Designed with ALPS Mini Guide system
  • Ultra hard Zirconium guide inserts for braided line
  • Zero foregrip design for improved balance and weight reduction
  • Machined aluminum reel seat threads with Fuji hood
  • Durable, lightweight Pac Bay Minima reel seat and trigger
  • Split grip butt design for reduced weight & improved balance
  • Comfortable EVA rear grips
  • Fuji moveable hook keeper for precise keeper placement
  • Limited lifetime manufacturer's warranty

Okuma Helios Casting Rods
HS-CM-701MMedium7' 0"18 - 171/4 - 5/8
HS-CM-701MHMed. Heavy7' 0"110 - 201/4 - 1
HS-CM-701HHeavy7' 0"112 - 253/8 - 11/4
HS-CM-761HHeavy7' 6"112 - 253/8 - 11/4
HS-CM-761XHX-Heavy7' 6"115-301/2 - 2
Customer Reviews
Bass Tamer
Mid West
Okuma Helios casting rod
Pros: Great Warranty, light, great action
Best Uses: Bass
Comments: I have fished a lot of rods. All Stars Titaniums before they were bought by Shakespeare. I also fished with Kistlers Helium rods and some Loomis rods. I find the Okuma Helios is a better rod and the price is less. I broke one of the Okumas. It was no fault of the rod. Okuma replaced it. Warranty much easier with Okuma then with All Stars.
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