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Specialty Series | Inshore Bully · General

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Multipurpose Inshore

  • Length: 7’ 
  • Power: Medium 
  • Action: Extra Fast
  • Line: 8 - 20 lbs
  • Lure: 1/4 - 1 oz
  • Rod Weight: 5.2 oz
  • Handle Length: 13.5" EVA Foam Split Grip
  • Foregrip Length: 2"
  • Front Grip Length 7"
  • Rear Grip Length 2"
  • Soft Touch SAS Reel Seat
  • Species: Redfish, Speckled Trout, Tarpon, Snook. 

Never lose your rod again!

The Yakrods is an industry first with a retention system specifically designed for the kayakers. As kayak anglers ourselves, we’ve felt the heartache of watching our favorite rod slide overboard into the abyss. Quality fishing gear is an investment and we want to help you protect it.

*NTA Tether sold separately 

Performance:

Our premium composite blanks are USA made and designed for superior performance. Left unsanded, they offer rugged durability but retain their tournament winning sensitivity. These rods are lightweight, strong, and extremely sensitive. They deliver just the right parabolic bend to keep your tournament-winning monster pegged at the side of your yak. We paired that with the award-winning American Tackle guides, and high-performance components, for a truly powerful package.

Balance:

Our unique retention system doubles as a counter-balance giving you all-day comfort without fatigue.

Customer Reviews

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Great Addition to the Arsenal

This rod is really light and well-balanced. Feels great in the hand. I paired it with a Daiwa BG 4000 and it casts a 3/16 weighted hook with a paddle tail like a dream. With a simple flick of the wrist and off it goes—no need to rare back and launch it to get the distance. For a medium rod, you can still feel everything. I will not leave it behind when out on the water. I highly recommend adding this to your arsenal if you are an inshore fisherman.