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Daiwa Acculite Salmon & Steelhead Spinning Noodle Rod

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$59.99
Item No.: 120873

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Daiwa Acculite Salmon & Steelhead Spinning Noodle Rod Models

ACSS962LSSSKU: 120873
Length
9' 6"
Pieces
2
Power
Light
Action
Slow
Line Weight
2 - 8 lbs.
Lure Weight
1/16 - 3/8 oz.
Stock: 0
$59.99

Product Details

Product Details

Daiwa Acculite Salmon & Steelhead Spinning Noodle Rods are construction of a strong, yet flexible graphite blank. The blank-through-handle construction provides anglers with increased strength and sensitivity, and the premium cork handle is light, durable, and comfortable. These Acculite Spinning rods are quality noodle rods with the right action for salmon, trout, and steelhead.


  • IM-6 graphite construction
  • Blank-through-handle construction
  • Cut-proof aluminum oxides guides
  • Stainless steel hood reel seat
  • Natural cork grips
  • Hook keeper

Ratings & Reviews

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Al Dente Perfection

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I have the 10'6" model and for the price this rod is amazing. Handles steelhead with ease. Sensitive enough to feel the bite and has enough backbone to really lean into it when fighting fish.

Great rod

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Used this rod for big native trout. I love the action and the way it allows for the use of light line. Also looks great. Only think I would like is if the rear handle was about 2 inches longer for added leverage for a long battle. That being said you can’t go wrong owning this gem.

Phenomenal rod!

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I ordered the 9’ light action to use on my centerpin rod for trout. The rod only weighs 4.55 ounces. Beautiful rod for the price. I highly recommend this rod. It seems to be built as good as other rods I own that cost 3 times as much. Super light and sensitive.

Steelheading rod

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I bought this to use a center pin reel on. Most rods made for center pins exclusively are either crazy expensive or don't have a fixed reel seat. A fixed reel seat was a huge must for me because the other float rods have sliding rings that are more likely to come loose and have you losing a reel. The rod is great, I think 10'6'' is a perfect length for steelhead. Impressive quality for the price. I've also used it with a regular spin reel and it performs just as good. Great value.