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Daiwa Presso Rods

Daiwa Presso Rods
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Price: $69.99
- Daiwa Presso Spinning Rods
- Models (4): All Ultra-light Spinning

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Daiwa Presso Rods

The Daiwa Presso Rods are ultra-light spinning rods designed for smaller species of fish including panfish, trout and shad. These superior ultralight actions come in lengths up to 8’ for a combination of casting power with light lures—shock absorbing action to handle strong fish on ultra-fine lines. Micro-pitch taping of the blank during curing assures even distribution of resin and graphite for maximum power and sensitivity. Typically, ultra-light rods have been fairly short in length which limits the casting distance one can achieve with them. The Presso rods possesses the necessary length and actions to make long casts with very light lures whether you're after bluegill, trout or any other small sport fishing species. We carry four models of the Daiwa Presso Rods, please see the chart below for more detailed information on each model.

Presso Rod Features:
  • IM-7 Graphite construction
  • Micro pitch blank taping
  • Minima reel seat with machined clamp nut, woven graphite insert
  • Minima black ring guides
  • Lightweight split grip cork handles
  • Hook keeper
Line Wt.
Lure Wt.
PSO662ULFS UL F 6'6" 2 2 - 6 1/32 - 1/4 8
PSO702ULFS UL F 7' 2 2 - 6 1/32 - 1/4 9
PSO762ULFS UL F 7'6" 2 2 - 6 1/32 - 1/4 9
PSO802ULFS UL F 8' 2 2 - 6 1/32 - 1/4 9

Average Customer Review: 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 2 Click here to write a review

  1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
went in to buy 7 ft spinning rod and I saw this!!! October 20, 2014
Reviewer: Vinceblack from Colorado  
I wanted a light panfish/trout rod for distance, I was looking for at least a 7 ft fast action rod and didn't think of a ultra light because you know they are usually like a noodle. Picked up the 8 ft Presso ultra light and flicked it and thought, this is not like other ultra lights, this has a backbone to it and when you throw it forward you can feel it is going to throw a great distance and can bring in small pan fish and I have read where guys are bringing in bigger fish with no problem. With the IM-7 Graphite Blanks, decent guides and nice cork handles, love the split handle look, this is a great rod. I put a Shimano sidestab 2000 I bought years back when discontinued and on sale, still new in box, it balanced perfect. I have a St Croix 6 ft light power fast action I use for trout and have caught 100s of fish on it, this 8 footer might be my go to rod in more situations. Every review of this rod I have read is good, so what are you waiting for go get one, NOW!

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  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
Where had this rod been all my life? June 25, 2014
Reviewer: Data from Pacific Northwest  
A few years back I invented my own style of ultralight fishing by mounting an ultralight spinning reel on an 8' light fly rod.  At least I thought I invented it until I discovered online that many other people have been doing this too.  The problem is, braided line is not kind to the guides on an expensive fly rod.  Then I found this rod - an 8' spinning rod that resembles a fly rod except that it has guides built to handle braided line and it has a little more backbone where it counts while maintaining flexibility for ultralight casting.  I am in heaven.  I was about to have a custom spinning rod made for me using a fly rod blank when I discovered this rod.  I got the 8' rod and paired it with a Pflueger President 6925X ultralight reel.  This is ultralight fishing nirvana.  If you are into ultralight fishing and you want to be able to cast for distance and have more fun than the law should allow then I can highly recommend this rod for you.

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