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Daiwa Spinmatic-C Ultralight - Kokanee Trolling

Overall Customer Rating: 0 of 5 stars Daiwa Spinmatic-C Ultralight - Kokanee Trolling Rods 0 out of 5 (0 Reviews)
Manufacturer: Daiwa
Series: Freshwater Rods
Model: Spinmatic-C Ultralight - Kokanee Trolling

Daiwa Spinmatic-C Ultralight - Kokanee Trolling models

Spin/Cast Model Length Pieces Lure Weight (oz.) Line Weight Action Power Type Rod Weight (oz.)

Trolling

SMC702ULFB

7'

2

1/32 - 1/4

2 - 6

Fast

UltraLight

Trolling

SMC762ULFB

7'6"

2

1/32 - 1/4

2 - 6

Fast

UltraLight


* All Spinmatic-C Ultralight - Kokanee Trolling Rods specifications from the official Daiwa catalog. Daiwa reserves the right to make changes without obligation.


 

Fishermen's opinions about Daiwa Spinmatic-C Ultralight - Kokanee Trolling

 
Daiwa Spinmatic-C Ultralight - Kokanee Trolling

Flawed Rod

2013-04-03T15:42:08

4/3/2013 3:42:08 PM

I did like the way the Spinmatic 7'cast lightweight lures and handled fish, but it had many flaws. I could not keep the parts together. They either came apart or twisted out of place constantly. The reel nut would also continually come loose. Also, the finish was beginning to flake off. Finally, on retrieving a 1/4 ounce Rapala from a weed, it hit the rod and the last section broke immediately. Should have been better quality for the price. I would not buy another one.
Reviewed by: Stephen Phillips (Jackson, MS)

 
Daiwa Spinmatic-C Ultralight - Kokanee Trolling

2012-07-05T13:44:46

7/5/2012 1:44:46 PM

I purchased this rod while shopping at Joeís and immediately felt like I had found a lost love. If you are looking for a true ultra light trolling rod to pair up with a light weight level wind reel, this is it! This one has become my dedicated Kokanee rod and I also use it when trolling for trout if Iím sure not to run into any over 4lbs. When playing a fish with this rod it is next to impossible to apply too much pressure as it has nearly symmetrical flex throughout itís length. Itís only drawback is handling larger fish near the boat as it doesnít have the power in the lower end to maneuver a large (4+ pound) fish around your motor or keep it from running under the boat. Donít get me wrong, you can still use it for larger fish, youíll just need to play them till theyíre almost dead before you bring them to the boat. If your fishing during the summer months, long fights in the warmer water spell certain death for trout so I wonít use it when Iím looking to do some CNR fishing.
Reviewed by: G-Man (Bellevue, WA)

 
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