A great choice for your next fishing trip, the All Star AS Nano Series 6 ft 8 in M Freshwater Casting Rod is designed with a graphite blank that is sanded smooth. The rod features a 9-inch Grade A cork rear grip and a rubber butt cap, and the 7 Fuji® line guides plus the tip feature frames with Alconite inserts for smooth line movement. 1-piece design.
Features and Benefits
Graphite blank is sanded smooth
1/4 - 5/8 oz. lure weight
9" Grade A cork rear grip with a rubber butt cap
10 mm thread winds above the foregrip and on each side of the split grip
7 Fuji® line guides plus the tip feature frames and Alconite inserts
Fast action for great responsiveness
Line weight: 8 - 17 lb.
Thread wind wraps with metallic thread stripes and 3 metallic thread spirals centered on all winds
Worm-style hook keeper
Handle length (in.):
Lure weight (oz.):
1/4 - 5/8
Overall length (ft.):
Line weight (lb.):
8 - 17
Number of pieces:
Number of guides:
7 plus tip
Fishing - Water:
Fishing - Species:
What's in the Box
All Star AS Nano Series 6 ft 8 in M Freshwater Casting Rod
Rated 3 out of
Great rod love the rod but ......I purchased this rod in March of this year I just started using it this month of August I caught my PB with this rod so for that reason along I like the rod. The next day I caught a 2lber and the rod top broke. I tried to take it back of course they didn't have anymore in stock. What can I do any ideas? Plz comment
Date published: 2017-08-07
Rated 1 out of
brokenreceived this rod with 4 inches missing. The broken piece was not even in the box so it looks like it was packaged broken to start with. Still waiting on refund.
Date published: 2013-08-20
Rated 5 out of
Fantastic RodThought I try one of these new All Star Nano series rods and I'm glad I did. Very sensitive and from what I've read up about Nano resin in graphite rods they are around 30% tougher than normal graphite. I haven't had a situation with this rod yet that challenges the toughness but for now it seems to be a great rod for the money. Glad to see All Star coming out with some new rods. My old Titaniums needed replacing!