The bags are made of PVC water-resistant tarpaulin, measure 17.5 x 10.5 x 11 inches and come in white/navy.
The bait feeder incorporates Okuma's new Blade Body Design, which narrows the reel frame and reduces weight and mass; it comes in four sizes (40, 55, 65, 80) to hold line from 8- to 25-pound-test.
Fin-Nor made the blanks by combining overlapping layers of glass and graphite to make them thin in diameter and light yet strong.
Sargus features a machined-aluminum frame and right side plate, six ball bearings and a stainless-steel clutch.
The CD25 comes with heavy-duty 4/0 hooks, through-wire hangers, split rings and a forged pull point.
The nine fast-action conventional and spinning models are made from fiberglass and graphite and come in 6 1/2-, 7- and 7 1/2-foot lengths.
The two-sided, 19- x 26-inch full-color chart provides soundings in all the bays, GPS coordinates for fishing locations, insets of select harbors and rivers, and a close-up of the Tampa Bay entrance.
The dark-green Samurai Braid comes in 15- to 150-pound-test in 150-, 300- and 1,500-yard spools.
The 9-inch, custom-designed polished-stainless holder was built to work with the 4 1/2-inch SeaSucker vacuum cup.
The conventional reels feature one-piece aluminum frames with four ball bearings and one roller bearing; 6.1:1 gear ratios to take up 36 inches of line per turn; and oversized machined gears to...
Work the Maniac for everything from trout to mackerel.
Cast these rattling plugs to anything prone to feed on top, such as bluefish, striped bass, Spanish mackerel and bonito.
Keeps salt and salt water out of our tackle, cameras and cell phones.
Clip in the rod and use both hands to tie knots or fumble through a tackle bag or pouch.