Procyon® Inshore Trigger Grip Casting Rods
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    • Length
      7 Feet
    • Rod Action
      Medium
    • Rod Power
      Medium
    • Test Rating
      8-17 Pounds

    $89.99

    7' Procyon® Inshore Trigger Grip Casting Rod, Medium Power

    In stock online.

    Model #20052981 | Mfg #PCYN70MRB

    UPC #43178222874

    • Best Use: Saltwater
    • Grip / Handle Type: Cork Handle
    • Guides: 10:Titanium Oxide Guides
    • Length: 7 Feet
    • Number of Sections: 1 Section
    • Rod Action: Medium
    • Rod Construction: Graphite
    • Rod Power: Medium
    • Test Rating: 8-17 Pounds
    • Type: Baitcasting
    • Warranty Details: Limited One Year
    • Length
      7 Feet
    • Rod Action
      Medium
    • Rod Power
      Medium Heavy
    • Test Rating
      12-20 Pounds

    $89.99

    7' Procyon® Inshore Trigger Grip Casting Rod, Medium Heavy Power

    In stock online.

    Model #20052999 | Mfg #PCYN70MHRB

    UPC #43178222881

    • Best Use: Saltwater
    • Grip / Handle Type: Cork Handle
    • Guides: 10:Titanium Oxide Guides
    • Length: 7 Feet
    • Number of Sections: 1 Section
    • Rod Action: Medium
    • Rod Construction: Graphite
    • Rod Power: Medium Heavy
    • Test Rating: 12-20 Pounds
    • Type: Baitcasting
    • Warranty Details: Limited One Year

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DAIWA Procyon® Inshore Trigger Grip Casting Rods

New Procyon® Inshore Trigger Grip Casting Rods feature High Performance Graphite Blanks. Fuji® Reel Seat. Straight Natural Cork Handle. Limited 1 Year Warranty.

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