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Okuma Nomad Inshore Travel Spinning Rod

$159.99 $135.99
Item No.: 110237

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NTi-S-703ML-MSKU: 110237
7' 0"
Med. Light Medium
Line Weight
6 - 15 lbs. 10 - 17 lbs.
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Product Details

Okuma Nomad Inshore Travel Spinning Rods deliver a concise selection of all-around destination rods with worldwide utility (and a far better experience than fishing a beat up lodge rod). Three-piece design constructed with European spigot ferrule connections offers 1-piece rod performance yet travels easily inside a padded and waterproof case.

Each Nomad Travel Spinning rod includes two tip sections, one lighter and one heavier, to increase versatility while keeping luggage to a minimum. Premium components were chosen for rock-solid dependability with the realization that home may be continents away. As traveling with rod tubes continues to grow in difficulty and expense, Nomad Inshore Travel rods are a great solution and cheap insurance for a quality trip.

  • OC9 Technology: Durable graphite rod blank with carbon outer wrap
  • 3-section rod blank for easy break down while traveling
  • 2-tip actions included per rod (Example ML/M or M/MH)
  • European spigot ferrule connection: Offers feel of a 1-pc. rod
  • Waterproof travel bag with shoulder strap
  • Cork split-butt rear grip design
  • ALPS guides with Zirconium inserts
  • ALPS 2-tone anodized aluminum reel seat
  • Non slip grip above each ferrule connection for easy assembly
  • Durable cork fore and rear grips
  • Limited lifetime manufacturer's warranty

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Nice Inshore Travel Rod


I got the Nomad with the Medium and Medium-Heavy tip sections mostly for fishing off of the beach in the Gulf of Mexico. I've thrown lures weighing from 5/8 ounce to 1-1/4 ounce with it. Occasionally, the sections need to be re-tightened, but the ferrules work reasonably well. I tend to put a lot of lateral (i.e., sideways and twisting) strain on spinning rods, especially when walking a lure, so I reinforce the connections between the sections with painter's tape after I assemble it. I always rinse the saltwater off of it after use and have seen no corrosion after a few years of use. Having two tip sections is nice. I broke the Medium tip after using it to catch a large blue crab for breakfast one morning. The crab must've crushed the blank, because it snapped shortly after. My only complaint is its weight; it's on the heavy side for a spinning rod.