Okuma Battle Cat Catfish Spinning Rod
Okuma Battle Cat Catfish Spinning Rods have a 2 piece blank construction that are butted into the handle for a 1 piece strength and feel. They are constructed of an E-glass rod blank for incredible power and durability that's rated for casting up to 8 ounces of weight. These two-piece rods utilize a blade into handle connection that delivers one-piece feel and performance. Battle Cat rods feature a guide system compromised of double foot welded stainless steel guides for unrelenting strength.
Battle Cat Catfish Spinning Rods are equipped with a custom handle system designed specifically for big cat anglers. The fore grip is made of comfortable EVA with composite cork caps edge protection. The full cork rear grip helps to reduce binding in rod holders. Battle Cat rods feature rod tips wrapped with fluorescent orange for easy strike detection at night.
- E-glass rod blank
- Double foot welded stainless steel guides
- Custom handle system
- EVA fore grips with composite cork caps edge protection
- Full cork rear grip
- Fluorescent orange rod tips
- Non-skid rubber gimbal
- Oversized aluminum hoods
- Graphite pipe reel seat
- Manufacturer's limited lifetime warranty
Ratings & Reviews
by Cstrange -
I have many different rods a Mid to upper end these are my favorite
BEST REEL ON THE MARKET
Best pole I have ever had no doubt. Has a awesome feel to the hand. If you want a catfish pole, THIS IS THE ONE!! You will not be disappointed on this buy.
Have many Okuma reels, this was the first Okuma rod. When I received the package in the mail I noticed how long it was. This rod is not in two equal pieces but one 6.5 foot piece and a 2 foot handle (bought 8 foot rod). I Read the description and was puzzled by the butt in handle part, should have called customer service and asked but ordered anyway. I would have preferred two equal sections for ease of transport. It is very hard to remove front section from handle. Should have bought an Okuma Longitude Surf Rod. I would like to see an ask a question section on the Fish USA site.