- The pole has an excellent finish, and the European spigot ferrule connection enhances the lure action.s.
- The butt is extremely short
- May not be easy to notice the difference between the two tips
- The poles are relatively expensive
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Nomad travel rod is designed to deliver consistent performance throughout its applications. It is super convenient and can be packed and transported on a plane to any destination.
The rod is 7’ long is rock solid and a great solution to anglers needs. This is an all-around fishing rod that is designed for bottom fishing.
The rod’s blank is made of a carbon outer wrap and is a 3 section breakdown pole designed for experienced and novice anglers.
It is a great 3-piece rod that is suitably designed for travelers. The pole is made from graphite and comes with a carbon outer wrap. This rod has 2 tips that allow for both heavy and light action. It features European spigot ferrule connection, ALPS guide frames, and two-tones anodized aluminum reel seat and a rear butt grip.
Also, it comes with a water resistant traveling bag and is medium, medium heavy action rod. The rod has a non-slip grip above the ferrule connection. It is user-friendly and allows the angler to reassemble it on the go. Okuma utilized premium components to build a rock solid and dependable pole, which can be relied on when traveling abroad.
It is a great solution for anglers and boasts of OC9 technology. Also, it is ideal for bottom fishing and allows the angler to feel even the slightest bump. Lastly, it comes with a durable cork fore and rear grip and a limited lifetime warranty.
Okuma’s NTi-C-703M-MH is a nice looking rod with great finishes. It is a medium light and medium pole that can accommodate a line weight of 4-12 lb and a lure weight of 1/8 to 3/8 oz. It is ideal for fishing channel cats, chicken livers, and fish leeches.
The rod can also be used by anglers planning to use live bait. It is a strong rod that can be used for heavy line use, and handle heavy lures. It is a great piece for travelers since it is lighter and comes with 2 tips that give the angler more options.
Okuma’s NTi-C-703M-MH is a well-balanced rod. It is a four piece rod that uses European Spigot Ferrule connections that enhance its balance. It has a long handle section meaning that the angler has room to adjust his hands to optimize the balance. With this rod, it is easier to get to a neutral fulcrum.
Most anglers settle at the midpoint of the rod’s seat or on the right of the handle where the rod is held. The ALPS guides enhance the balance and make the rod ideal for heavier application. Also, the rods can comfortably accommodate braided lines.
Okuma’s NTi-C-703M-MH is a medium, medium heavy rod which bends in the upper 1/3 of its blank when pressure is applied. However, when the pressure is removed, it quickly returns to its neutral position.
The blank is made of graphite, and the European Spigot Ferrule used gives it the balance that makes the rods ideal for fishing both small and the large species.
Also, the construction method and material used enhances the rods action. The rod offers more casting distance and has sufficient setting power.
Okuma’s NTi-C-703M-MH is a medium weighted line whose weight ranges from 10-17/12-20. It is a moderately sensitive rod that is capable of fast action. It can support a lure weight of 3/16 – 1/2 oz. This rod can handle both lighter and heavier fish since it comes with two tips that give the angler more options.
Note that these rods are made of graphite, and therefore the amount of pressure applied to them should be within the specifications. This is especially so when pursuing the bigger fish. The rod can suitably be used to fish bass and many other types of fish species.
The Okuma’s NTi-C-703M-MH is a sturdy rod made of great components. It can be put under the arm and is effective in fighting stubborn fish. It is one of those rods which can be used for inshore fishing and can handle any fish.
The rod comes with two tips in one case. So if you are planning a trip abroad, you will be better off carrying this rod because it can slip through any airport undetected.
Nick is the youngest member of the team and he’s very passionate about angling. He is the member that spends most of the time fishing at different locations around the world. His main focus is to simplify the techniques as much as possible and break them down so young anglers can catch up quickly. Nick loves the great outdoors and he’s a proud owner of a vast collection of customized fishing equipment.