Daiwa Spinmatic D Spinning Rod
Daiwa Spinmatic D Spinning Rods have the same great quality as the original Spinmatic rods, but now with a lighter and more sensitive feel. These rods are perfect for casting out lightweight baits that trout, crappie, and other panfish can't resist. Featuring high-quality graphite blanks, cut-proof aluminum oxide guides, genuine Fuji reel seats that securely hold your reel, and comfortable cork handles, Spinmatic D Spinning Rods brilliantly turn a classic staple into a unique addition to your collection.
- Graphite blank construction
- Aluminum oxide guides
- Fuji reel seat
- Hook keeper
- Cork handle
- Limited one-year manufacturer's warranty
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Ratings & Reviews
8' Spinmatic D
I have old spinmatic 7' rod - which is great for trout, and crappie, i have need for fast 8' rod to extend range a bit . But old spinmatic have been discontinued, so i got this one. It is different in the good way. Sensitive, little flimsy, but it is 8' UL not light or medium. hook holder still on the wrong side, but i can live with it. So far 5 stars. wait until October, when i planning fish for real trout. So far two times i fish - no cons, pros yet to come.
Daiwa Spinmatic D Spinning Rods
by droling -
we gave these out as prizes and everyone seemed to like them
Its a good rod
by River Brown -
I have the new red Spinmatic and a few older models. This isa god rod and will do what you ask of it. I have no complaints and I have landed a ton of fish. Where i fish, the channel cats like to play during trout season. This rod handles the smaller cats (under 5lbs) easily. This rod is tough and reliable. It is well worth the $35-$40 price tag. I match mine up with Pflueger Trion 20 reels. That combo is the best low budget combo I can find. Never had a problem with either piece. Con: Softer than I prefer in a fast action rod. This rod is a bit softer than some of the fast action UL rods I own. Not much, but I can tell when I toss spoons. I typically use this rod for shore fishing with bait. I have a stiffer Daiwa Presso I enjoy fishing with when using lures. When the time presents itself, I will not hesitate to purchase another Spinmatic. They're good rods .