Haul in more fish with the CastAway Pro Sport 7' MH Freshwater Casting Rod, which is made of 24-ton, IM7 carbon with Toray materials for great balance, sensitivity and strength. This casting rod features stainless-steel guides and compression rings for high performance and Static Zoned Guide Spacing for added casting distance and stress distribution. The Sensa-Touch locking reel seat provides rugged, yet sensitive use with a blank-through design. EVA butt cap with a composite bottom. 1-piece design. 8 - 17 lb. line weight.
Features and Benefits
Made of 24-ton, IM7 carbon with Toray materials for great balance, sensitivity and strength
10.5" split light-core handle is made of EVA to give comfort and function with reduced weight and increased feel
EVA butt cap with a composite bottom helps you bring in large fish
9 stainless-steel guides plus the tip
Sensa-Touch locking reel seat provides rugged use and has a blank-through design
Static Zoned Guide Spacing offers higher casting distance and stress distribution
Line weight: 8 - 17 lb.
Lure weight: 1/4 - 5/8 oz.
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Overall length (ft.):
Handle length (in.):
Line weight (lb.):
8 - 17
Lure weight (oz.):
1/4 - 5/8
Number of pieces:
Number of guides:
9 plus tip
Fishing - Water:
Fishing - Species:
What's in the Box
CastAway Pro Sport 7' MH Freshwater Casting Rod
Rated 1 out of
Did I get the short handle edition?This photo and description doesn't come close to what I received. I've tried adding a photo but it keeps saying error. The handle is so short that I can only fit one hand on the handle. Not sure if it's my phone or academy is having problems with their systems
Date published: 2016-08-12
Rated 5 out of
Great all around rodThe medium heavy fast action is perfect for a number of baits, anything from a finesse worm to a spinner bait.
Date published: 2016-07-04
Rated 3 out of
Good Rod, but not perfectbought this rod about a month ago, and it's pretty good. Only issue is the handle/reel seat, is too close to the butt end of the rod, so it kinda shortens the rod grip. It's also a bit heavier than other rods I own. Other than that, it is firm and can handle big fish, with no problem.