Okuma SST Salmon & Steelhead Spinning Rod
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Okuma SST Salmon & Steelhead Spinning Rod Models
Okuma SST Salmon & Steelhead Spinning Rods offer technique and species specific rods with premium IM-8 graphite blanks and components for the ultimate tool in a Salmon & Steelhead rod. SST Spinning Rods feature durable stainless steel guide frames with zirconium inserts great for use with monofilament, fluorocarbon and braided lines. The rods also feature quality, full cork grips with compressed cork butt caps and Fuji-style uplocking reel seats with custom graphite inserts that match the rod blank.
- Technique and species specific rod actions
- Sensitive IM-8 graphite rod blank construction
- Durable stainless steel guide frames
- Zirconium guide inserts reduce friction from braided lines
- Custom IM-8 graphite pipe reel seat
- Custom 1K woven carbon fiber pipe reel seat on model SST-S-802MH
- Michigan steelhead handle on MS models
- Premium cork fore and rear grips
- Integrated compressed cork butt cap, non skid surface
- Stainless steel hook keeper
- One year manufacturer's warranty
Ratings & Reviews
Seems well made
Have yet to use, winter time in the midwest. Looks to be well made. Can't wait to get a chance to try it out. If the rod performs well and holds up will revise my rating upward.
Okuma Steelhead spinning rod
A great affordable sensitive rod for pier fishing and surf fishing (Lake Michigan) with excellent action and control. Also excellent warranty - replacement were immediate on those few occassions when it was necessary.
by gimpy -
I wanted a long rod for jigging and spinning exactly what I wanted
I have 3 sst rods 7 ft and 7,5 great rod
would like a phone # or address of okuma as I have a broken tip on one rod and in need of a replacment tip,,,,,,,,rogerwendorff[@]
by Chris -
I'm Pleased with this IM8 rod. Fuji seats cork handles, zircon guides.. At this price point the rod is a good value and attractively done. Chrome finish on the guide braces is just ok. The upper section on mine has a wayward bend to it that offsets the rod slightly. I don't think this is the norm for these and Okuma offered to warranty it. The warranty is upgraded to lifetime by the company by the way. They are responsive to inquiry. Outside of the small issue I think this rod will do well. Has enough power to get light baits out there as rated but wont throw much more without some effort. For a light stream trout rod in 7 ft I'm pretty happy with the action and feel overall. Its nicely finished and has a sweet action similar to some domestic rods I own.