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Bass Pro Shops / CarbonLite 6'6" 1-piece Micro-Guide Baitcasting Rod / CLM66MHTF

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[h=2]Like new/only used a few times. This is a Micro-Guide Baitcasting Rod. Excellent Condition.

Lighter than air. Stronger than steel. (OK. So it’s not quite as light as air. But it is literally stronger than steel.) The average modulus of elasticity of steel is 29 million psi—the CarbonLite’s 85 million modulus blank is almost three times as strong! It’s absolutely the lightest, most astoundingly sensitive rod we’ve ever built. When used and cared for properly, these revolutionary fish-fighting rods will outperform any other rod in their price range—and almost every rod above it!
The Original and Micro-Guide rods share a featherweight 85 million modulus carbon fiber blank for the ultimate fusion of power and sensitivity, plus nearly weightless P-Tec polyfoam grips and a super-light 2-piece Soft Touch reel seat with the maximum amount of exposed blank—and they’re both compatible with mono, fluoro or braided superlines. The Original Series sports 9 stealth-black, Pac Bay DLC stainless steel-framed guides plus tip, with titanium-carbide inserts and a PVD coating to make them extra-slick. Our Micro Guide Series is built with advanced, ultra-low-profile Pac Bay micro guides—11 incredibly strong stainless steel guides plus tip, with Hialoy inserts—to precisely focus line-flow, eliminating flutter for longer casts and the ultimate in sensitivity.

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Item specifics
Condition: Used
[TD="class: attrLabels"] Fishing Type:
Freshwater Fishing
Rod Power: Medium Heavy Fish Species: Bass
Line Weight: 10-20 Brand: [h=2]Bass Pro Shop[/h]
Rod Weight (Oz.): Lure wt: 3/8 - 1 oz Model: [h=2]CLM66MHTF / 21-162-910-00[/h]
Number of Pieces: 1 Rod Length: 6'6"
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