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10-02-2018 11:58 AM
40marlin I am selling an Ocean Tackle International OTI-TS284060 TS2 Popping Rods **NEW IN BOX**. 40-60 lbs rating and are 8' in length (breaks down into 2 pieces). Perfect for targeting Yellowfin tuna

My Asking price is $300. Retail new is $329 plus tax & shipping ($100+).

PM or text if interested - 7-one-3 8-nine-8 8-four-five-zero.

The Ocean Tackle International TS2 Popping Rods are new for 2018. These TS2 Popping Rods offer incredible strength while maintaining a great lightweight feel. These rods were designed to work poppers and stick baits easily without angler fatigue. Perfect for casting poppers & swim baits for huge yellowfins, GTs, and anything else you can throw at them.

TS2 Popping Rod Features:
  • Toray Carbon Blank Construction: Lightweight while maintaining strength and power
  • Fuji GMKWSG SIC Concept Guides: "K" series Concept tangle-free design. Stainless steel frame, SIC insert ring.
  • Fuji DPSD20GB/AB+DPSLD20GB/ASH for 25-40lb
  • Fuji DPSD22GB/AB+DPSLD22GB/ASH: Long-nut reel seat for an extra secure lock down of your reel.
  • Super Sized Stripper Guide, Size 40: Reduces resistance on casts from line whipping for increased casting distance.
  • Fuji GRC rubber gimbal: Fits perfectly on any popping/fighting belt, while helping reduce weight.
  • EVA Grips: Extremely light weight and durable.
  • Two-Piece Butt Joint Design: Blank section slides into the top part of the grip section for easy travel.
  • Premium Rod Sock: Easily store, transport and protect your rod

Retail link - https://www.tackledirect.com/ocean-t...pping-rod.html
10-01-2018 10:47 AM
lite-liner That is a wide range, cost-wise.....

If you are after the typical 50-100# gulf yellowfins,
the Race Point 150 is an excellent choice, as is the Smith GTK-77. Good midrange pricing.
A great entry-level popping rod is the OTI OceanXtreme 40-60#, around $300.
It would be best to stay away from the high-priced, niche-specific popping rods until you know EXACTLY what you want in a rod. IE- stickbait v: popper, Boat v: shore fishing, lure size/weight, action, etc.
I can advise that you keep your rod length between 7.5-8 foot, this has shown to be the best compromise between castability, casting space requirements, & fighting power.
09-24-2018 06:14 AM
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Looking for a tuna popping rod... racepoint, black devil, Carpenter
I can build you one 8' or 10' 65lb or100 lb class

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07-29-2018 02:14 PM
ttv092885
Iso tuna popping rod

Looking for a tuna popping rod... racepoint, black devil, Carpenter

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