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Rapala Delta Float & Drift Casting Rods were designed specifically for salmon and steelhead fishing techniques. With a strong composite blank-through-handle construction, custom reel seat, and Rapala's RCT3 custom taper, these rods offer performance at an affordable price. Delta Casting Rods will give you the confidence you need to battle salmon and steelhead using float, drift, and casting fishing applications.

Features of Rapala Delta Float & Drift Casting Rods include:

  • Composite blank construction
  • Rapala RCT3 custom taper actions
  • Rapala MGS Maximum Guide System
  • Cork tape handle
  • Strong blank through handle construction
  • Stainless frame guides with Aluminum Oxide rings
  • Custom locking-ring reel seat
  • Hook keeper
  • Manufacturer's 1-year limited warranty

Rapala Delta Float & Drift Casting Rods
DL10TR86M28' 6"2MediumModerate8 - 143/8 - 3/44101/2
DL10TR96M29' 6"2MediumModerate8 - 173/8 - 3/4412
DL10TR106M210' 6"2MediumModerate8 - 173/8 - 3/4413
Customer Reviews
Advanced Angler
Nice basic rod
Pros: length, action
Cons: tippy top
Best Uses: salmon, big steelhead, pike, float drifting
Comments: The length and action of this rod is perfect for bobber fishing skein for salmon. I was able to fight and turn 12lbs to 17lbs salmon just fine. The action for the hookset on bobber down was perfect. Even at 10' 6", it was light enough for me to easily toss my skein setup all morning. I had three issues with the rod: The diameter of the base section is larger than needed but provides great action so can't complain too much. The rod is glass so not as sensitive as carbon fiber etc. The tip top bent on me, it is very thin and I had to bend it back into a circle, will have to replace the tip top with something sturdy. All in all, I would suggest this if you're considering a bait-caster setup for drifting but not sure if you'll like it, or for a backup rod. If you know you like using a bait-caster for drifting, then invest more into a better rod.
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