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13 Fishing "Omen Black"

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13 Fishing Omen Black

Rod Make & Model

MSRP ($):
100

Every so often a company will come along and break the status quo. They will do things a bit differently. They’ll tell you fishing does not have to be a pastime, and that quality fishing equipment is not reserved for the wealthy. 13 Fishing believes just that, and the proof is in their new line of quality fishing rods. Introducing the Omen Black Series Casting Rods.

Featuring unbelievable actions designed with the assistance of FLW Tour pro, Stetson Blaylock, the 13 Fishing Omen Black Series Casting Rods feature Japanese 30-ton Toray carbon fiber blanks, which are rolled with the precision of a surgical instrument. Every rod blank is a piece of art left in its natural, elegant state to provide unmatched sensitivity and power. The components are built with special materials as well, including Evolve Titanium Y-Guides with Zirconia inserts and hand selected cork grips. Custom designed hair trigger reel seats also provide a comfortable feel, and direct access to the rod blank.

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Bang for your Buck!

These are great rods for the money - a definite bang for your buck! I have a spinning rod and baitcasting rod and I use them for Bass fishing. The components are nice, the reel seat is very comfortable, good sensitivity and good backbone. They offer this model in quite a few different lengths and actions and have since come out with a new Omen line. 13 Fishing also has great customer service if you need to interact with them

User Info

Waters Fished:
  • Large Rivers
  • Large Lakes
  • Small Ponds
Used:
7-15 times

Pros & Cons

Pros:
Affordable, Sensitive, Comfortable Grip, Durable, Strong Backbone, Lightweight

Equipment Model

Model:
OBC73MH & OBS67M
Northern Minnesota | Dropshot Smallies
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