Black Hole Cape Cod Special Popping Rods - Nano
by Black Hole
$495.00 - $545.00
|Length||Pieces||Rod Weight||Max Lure Weight||Max Line||Foregrip Length||Rear Grip Length||Price|
|7'6''||2pc (Butt Joint)|
|8'0''||2pc (Butt Joint)|
|8'6''||2pc (Butt Joint)|
|180g-200g||PE 4-8||6.5''||19.5''||$545.00 USD|
Black Hole Cape Cod Special Nano popping rods are 40% stronger than the graphite models. If you like parabolic action with enough backbone, then Nano is recommended. The Nano is also good for anglers with weak backs.
4 Questions & 4 Answers
from Boston asked:
June 10, 2017
Is this a 50/50 or 70 /30 split? What type of guides are on them?
The Black Hole Cape Cod Special Popping Rods are a 70/30 split and has Fugi Guides.
on June 13, 2017
from Oxford, NJ asked:
January 31, 2017
What Penn torque reel would match up with the Black Hole 8'6" popping rod for GT? Van stall?
The Penn TorqueS9 will be the best reel for the Black Hole 86N Cape Cod Special Popping Rod - Nano.
on February 2, 2017
from dallas asked:
March 23, 2016
are these all spinning rods?
Yes they are, the popping are all spinning.
on March 24, 2016
from Jersey UK asked:
November 4, 2014
I have the 86n & have landed some big GT's on it, but I think its a bit overkill for Bluefins in the 20 to 50 kg range. Would like to know a little more about about the 76n, whats the lightest weight it will cast reasonably well with say a 10000 size reel & pe 8. Or would a smaller reel suit it better. I'm interested to hear anyones thoughts.
The rod will be great for Bluefins. We suggest sticking with a 10000 size reel. The casting distance will be cut more due to the rod length than anything else. As for lure weight, 2 oz. is probably the low end of the range.
on November 5, 2014