Powell Diesel Spinning Rods
Recently updated with new aesthetics and components, the
Powell Diesel Spinning Rods seek to deliver a quality introductory bass fishing rod at a reasonable price point. When the original Diesel rods were introduced, Powell's vision was to completely change the way you look at value-priced fishing rods. Even though they were thrilled with the response from their customers, they wanted to see if they could pack even more quality features into a still sub-$80 rod. Well, looks like it's mission accomplished with the revamped series of Diesel Spinning Rods.
The blanks are still constructed using Powell's phenomenal D-Cell Multi-Matrix graphite material, but now feature a hint of black cherry coloration for a fresh new look. The split-grip handles have also been upgraded to cork for additional refinement and sensitivity. Finishing off all Diesel rods are the proven, exclusive C-Guides and proprietary Powell reel seats. At truly unbelievable price points, itís no wonder these rods continue to set the standard for performance-driven value. Pick up a Powell Diesel rod and leave the competition in your dust!
We offer the Powell Diesel Spinning Rods in both models. See the chart and description below for more details on each.
Powell Diesel Spinning Rod Models
| Spinning Rods
|DIESEL 6103 MEF
|| 6-12 lbs.
|| 1/8-1/2 oz.
| DIESEL 702 MLEF
|| Medium Light
|| 6-12 lbs.
|| 1/8-3/8 oz.
Diesel Spinning Rod Techniques
Just like a diesel engine, the 6103 has plenty of power. Even
though this is not a broom stick, the 3 power rating means
that itís not made with ultra finesse presentations in mind.
This rod is great for larger drop shots, wacky rigs, shaky
heads, and small jigs and tubes. As a medium duty allrounder,
youíll have a tough time finding a better value!
How about an incredibly well-rounded spinning rod at an
incredibly friendly price? This rod is capable of covering an
array of lighter-duty situations ranging from drop-shotting to
dragging a tube and everything in-between. Thanks to the
extra-fast action, setting the hook on a 5-pound spotted bass
in 20-feet of water is done with flawless efficiency.