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2017 PRO Challenger Spiral Wrapped 150-200g Jigging/Casting Rod in Two Part Piece

Old 10-14-2016, 02:16 PM
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Default 2017 PRO Challenger Spiral Wrapped 150-200g Jigging/Casting Rod in Two Part Piece

Just like the 450g-650g rod, it is rated 150g to 200g (15 lbs to 40 lbs). The blank was tested up to 20kg (around 45lb) strength and 25 lb vertical jigging. This rod is equipped with ALPS' top of the line components

Once a person holds on this rod, he knows that he has made the right decision.

Rod specification:
$149.99 + $16.00 shipping cost for initial order, any additional orders are $8.00 each by USPS Priority with insurance. For Florida resident, 7% sales tax will be added into the order. Please PM with the zip code for shipping cost if UPS shipping method is required..

We accept credit card by phone (561-568-3980) or PayPal (Our account is prochallenger@yahoo.com). Please PM or email to us at sales@prochallenger.com to order. Please let us know the state where the package will be shipped to.

If you have any question, please feel free to reach us at 561-568-3980.

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Here is a picture of rod bent at 5lb

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Here is a picture of rod bent at 10lb

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Here is a picture of rod bent at 15lb

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Check this out. new version with ALPS TRI aluminum reel seat.
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I really like my 250-350g Rods I got from Alan, so just got 1 of these for lighter Jigs & I'm really impressed at the overall quality & feel of this rod... I don't think there is anything close @<$200 out there... Light weight, nice flex, backbone & quality components... If you're looking for a Light weigh Spiral Wrapped Jigging Rod to work ~5-7oz Jigs (& not break the bank) this thing is sweet... I think I may order a new Torium 14 for it, but probably put my OJ 2000NRPG on it right now...
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PM sent need to pick up another one of these.
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Is the heavier 450-650 still available
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Originally Posted by Mmcelroy View Post
Is the heavier 450-650 still available
yes, it is
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Originally Posted by thunder5l View Post

yes, it is
what is the width of the base of the rod itself (not the butt)
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Originally Posted by ohfishalee View Post
what is the width of the base of the rod itself (not the butt)
the reel seat?
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Originally Posted by ohfishalee View Post


no, the base of the rod that enters the foregrip/reel seat the 450g
7 inches
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Originally Posted by ohfishalee View Post
ok, i am asking about the thickness of the base of the rod, not the length of the base that enters...........
Are you talking about the gimble?
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Ok, i sent you a PM.
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Nvm

Last edited by ohfishalee; 04-16-2018 at 06:32 PM. Reason: OP didn't get what i was referring to . nevermind
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I tried............nevermind..............PAINFUL

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I want to order one of these in blue please, thanks!
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