Raven RPX Float Rod

4 Reviews
$495.99 to $595.99
SKU: F12849

Details

To manufacture the most advanced float rod, you have to use the highest quality components available. The Raven RPX Float Rod does just that. By combining high-end NANO technology resins with a REC Recoil tip and custom tapers, you can expect an extremely responsive and lightweight steelhead rod. The RPX Float Rod is finished with premium SiC guides with titanium frames and Portuguese cork handle. For superior performance, you need the Raven RPX Float Rod.

  • Combines the most advanced nano technology resins
  • REC Recoil top four guides to reduce ice-up
  • SiC high frame guides with titanium frame
  • Premium quality Portuguese cork handle
  • Convenient hook keeper
  • Matching protective cloth bag
  • Custom Edition aluminum reel seat and butt cap (select models)
  • Sliding rings with black finish aluminum butt cap (select models)
  • Manufacturer's one year warranty

Select from the models below

RV116-RPXSR
Length
11' 6"
Handle
B
Pieces
2
Action
Med. Light
Line Weight
6 - 12 lbs.
Lure Weight
1/8 - 1/2 oz.
Reel Seat
Sliding Rings
Stock: 1
$495.99
RV136-RPXCE
Length
13' 6"
Handle
A
Pieces
3
Action
Med. Light
Line Weight
4 - 12 lbs.
Lure Weight
1/8 - 3/8 oz.
Reel Seat
Custom/Fixed
Stock: 3
$595.99
RV136-RPXSR
Length
13' 6"
Handle
B
Pieces
3
Action
Med. Light
Line Weight
4 - 12 lbs.
Lure Weight
1/8 - 3/8 oz.
Reel Seat
Sliding Rings
Stock: 1
$545.99
RV116-RPXCE
Length
11' 6"
Handle
A
Pieces
2
Action
Med. Light
Line Weight
6 - 12 lbs.
Lure Weight
1/8 - 1/2 oz.
Reel Seat
Custom/Fixed
Stock: 2
$545.99

Ratings & Reviews

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Raven RPX Float Rod

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I purchased this rod with the Raven XL Fully Ported 5 1/4 inch reel for center pin float fishing. The rod is very nicely made, but for this price you can acquire a Rain Shadow custom rod. The eye guides on the top ice very easily and because of this twist when casting or reeling in a fish. The eye guides need to be either snake eyes or much stronger to support cold river Steelhead fishing. Fished this rod for 5 days in weather 18-25 degrees and I already see twists in the guides which has me concerned about breaking off. If you acquire this rod - put it in a tube for protecting the eye guides. Don't travel in the tube sock you will still have issues in my opinion. Overall I do like how strong the rod how it handles bringing in fish, but I am concerned how quickly I would have to send this back for repair due to eye guides.

Raven RPX is perfect for any Great Lakes setting.

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First off, the amazing craftsmanship of the custom reel seat allows you to easily change between any centerpin or even spinning reel at your choice. Recoil guides allow the angler to fish longer in colder conditions without worrying about ice build up that affect your drift and its natural presentation. Power of the RPX is unmatched by any float rod on the market. Fishing all over the great lakes from using 20lb main line and 15lb leaders for chinook salmon to elegant set ups using 10lb main line and 6lb leaders for steelhead, the Raven RPX has never let me down. The 11'6'' RPX is perfect for fighting fish in smaller streams and river that have debris and cover. The 13'6'' RPX is perfect for fighting big fish in big water. With the Raven RPX, you do not sacrifice power with added length.

Best rod you can buy

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Best rod money can buy, plenty of backbone and can turn heads with ease. Runs 4 pound line like a champ and it will put fish on the bank

power house of back bone

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she can put a stop to them kings when you need to I don't have one but I used my friend 13ft 2 peace. And I cot some fish on it to it can handle a raven 20g float and a 25lb king any day if you know how to work it Don't pull back so the rod is all the way behind you I snapped my im8 doing that.