Catch trout or redfish on your next saltwater fishing trip with the Duckett Inshore Saltwater Spinning Rod, which features multimodulus, prepreg graphic construction for lightweight durability. The 8" split-cork handle offers a sure, steady hold, while the 8 saltwater-resistant guides help your line move smoothly without resistance. 1-piece design.
Features and Benefits
8" split-cork handle offers a sure, steady hold
8 saltwater-resistant guides help the line move smoothly without resistance
Sold in medium, medium-heavy and medium-light powers
Length: 6'10" (medium power); 7' (medium, medium-heavy and medium-light powers)
Multimodulus, 1-piece prepreg graphic construction for lightweight durability
Rated 3 out of
Decent rodRod action is good but the design can use some improvement. The rubber eye fell out of the tip after 6 fishing trips and the metal clip to hook your hook on is below the reel - this causes the hook to rub on the rod when in a rod holder.
I like the action and have bought another one - will put a drop of super glue on the first eye and try my best not to put the hook below the reel when the rod is put into the rod holder.
Date published: 2016-07-23
Rated 3 out of
not badi recently bought this rod in a spinning medium light action because all duckett rods are stiffer then most ... my medium light still feels like a medium .. took it out to north jetties with a 3000 size stradic ci4+ super light combo doesnt weight a thing caught slot reds a bull red and a big black drum on it handled it perfect ..you could feel every bite on it .. took it to freshwater the next day flipped alot of bass on it including a 5 pounder so far im loving it i always put my tackle to the test i dont baby nothing if im
giving 140 bucks for a rod im gonna see what its made of ....
im not a fan of ducketts rod but this inshore series is awesome try it out