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Okuma Nomad Travel Surf Rods

Okuma Nomad Travel Surf Rods

Purchase any of the Okuma Travel Surf rods listed below and receive a FREE Okuma ANT-SB6 Nomad Surf Jetty Storage bag. The Free Okuma Nomad Surf Jetty bag will be automatically added to your shopping cart.

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Model
TD Code
DescriptionLengthPowerTaperMono. Line WeightBraid Line WeightLure Weight# of GuidesPrice
NTS-S-904M
OKM-0706
Nomad Travel Surf Rod9'0''
4 pcs.
MMF10-25 lbs.20-40 lbs.3/4 - 2 oz.6 + Tip$199.99 USD
NTS-S-1004MH
OKM-0707
Nomad Travel Surf Rod10'0''
4 pcs.
MHMF15-30 lbs.30-50 lbs.1 - 4 oz.7 + Tip$199.99 USD
NTS-S-1004H
OKM-0708
Nomad Travel Surf Rod10'0''
4 pcs.
HMF17-40 lbs.30-65 lbs.2 - 6 oz.7 + Tip$199.99 USD
Okuma Nomad Travel Surf Rods have a 4-piece construction for transportability, but utilize a European spigot ferrule connection that offers the feel of a 1-piece rod.

Okuma Nomad Travel Surf Rod Features:

  • All Nomad Surf rods feature 4-piece construction for easy transportation
  • OC-9 Technology: Durable graphite rod blank with carbon outer wrap
  • Fuji Alconite guide inserts. Compatible for braided line
  • Fuji K-concept guide frames for reduced wind knots with braided line
  • Fuji DPS reel seat on all surf models for reduced weight
  • European spigot ferrule connection: Offers feel of a 1-pcs rod
  • Shrink tube foregrip and rear grips for maximum durability
  • Foregrip length: 7-1/4''
  • Reargrip length: 19''
  • Protective hard PVC tube for maximum protection on Surf rods


A $7.00 oversize packaging charge may apply to these items as they ship in a long heavy duty tube to protect your items. This fee will still apply when discount shipping coupons are used.
5 Stars based on 7 reviews
By Diego
San José
Really nice and convenient
June 2, 2017
Love it. It has all the qualities of a one piece surf rod and the convenience of a travel size. Yes you could argue many conveniences of a one or two piece rod... but those two are difficult to carry around. All in all... love it.
ProsTravel size, travel case, aesthetics, sensitivity, rod length
ConsNone that I can think of.
By Michael
Arizona
Okuma travel surf rod- 10 ft.
May 6, 2017
I bought this travel rod to fish at the lakes in Arizona. I use saltwater techniques and have been successful. It handles well and I can't wait to use it on the beaches of California.
ProsEasy to assemble and take down. Compact size is perfect for any size vehicle or backpack.
ConsThe carrying tube doesn't have a shoulder strap. But for the price and quality I can live with it
By eric
oregon
Yes
April 27, 2017
game changer
By Craig
Monterey, CA
terrific travel rod
February 16, 2017
I got the is for a recent trip to Tobago. Top flight performance and packability, with zero compromise. Best fish was a 31" False Albacore of the jagged rocks of Mt. Irvine Bay. Plenty of backbone for the 30lb braid, and a reasonably soft tip for working light plugs. Despite the surf rod layout, I think it'll make a great salmon rod for rivers in the NW as well.
By Anthony
New Jersey
Looks solid
December 19, 2016
Travel surf rod for the Caribbean and keeping in the back of my car.
ProsSeems solid when assembled.
By Ervin Williams
Texas
Best Travel Surf Rod Hands Down !!! Cast better than my other High-end Surf Rods!!!
November 30, 2016
The Okuma Nomad Travel Surf NTS-S-1004H is probable the best rod I own and my favorite to take everywhere from beach vacations to bank fishing at the lake. I have other Hi-end Rods to include Shimano Terez Boat rod, St. Croix Premier casting rod, G.Loomis Escape travel rod, Okuma Nomad Boat travel rod, and I have 2 other Surf rods to include a 10‚€™6‚€ St. Croix Mojo Surf, and a Custom 12‚€™8‚€ Carolina Pro Series by Tommy Farmer. My main long cast reel is a Daiwa Millionaire 7HT Mag ST and when mated to the Okuma NTS-S-100H I can pendulum cast a 5oz. sinker on average between 125-134 yards with minimum effort. The Okuma is super lightweight and very easy to cast equal or further than my 12‚€™8‚€ CPS. I highly recommend this rod and I also recommend the Heavy which is comparable to and lighter than my Medium-Heavy St. Croix Mojo Surf. I almost made the mistake of ordering the 1004MH Medium Heavy which would have been too light for a 5 oz sinker. I think Okuma rates the rod load based on performance test because this Rod outcast my Mojo by 10 yards even though the rod tip looks like it‚€™s on the edge of being overloaded. For the longest time I‚€™ve been wanting to buy this Okuma rod but recently decided to buy the new Diawa Ardito 1105MHFS-TR 5-piece travel Rod to match up with my Diawa 7HT Mag ST but after waiting 3 months on Backorder and looking at the high quality of my Nomad Travel Boat rod I decided to pull the trigger and go with Okuma again and I must say this Rod was the best decision and highest yield of performance to Investment of all my rods.
ProsUltra Light weight, easy to cast, 4 Piece vs 5 Pieces, Larger guide ring hole on tip allows passage of #90+ Size Barrel swivel on pre-tied reel to make set-up and break-down easier from travel case to water in minutes. Same quality you would expect from a $350+ Rod
ConsShorter handle, and rod rating not apples to apples with other similar rods (Heavy is equal to Medium Heavy with other rods)
By Dennis
Herndon, VA
Better than others
April 17, 2016
Purchased this to fish Baja Mexico. This 4 piece rod casts a mile I was throwing 2oz. lures over 100 yards in the Baja wind. I recommenr this rod over other named travel surf rods and some surf rods that are not 4 piece
ProsStrong flexible and casts a country mile
Consnone
9 Questions & 9 Answers
Mike
from Carolina beach, no asked:
May 10, 2017
Would the shimano ultegra ci4 5500 xsb match up well with the 9' version
The Shimano Ultegra 5500 would pair well with the 9' Nomad travel rod. The combo would balance well and would be a great traveling setup.
Donald
on May 10, 2017

Leo
from PA asked:
May 9, 2017
I see that there are lure weight ratings but how do these compare to throwing pyramid sinkers. I want to be able to throw 3-4oz lead but need to stick with the 9' length.Will this still work?
3-4 oz. sinkers plus bait will likely be a little too heavy for the 9 foot model. You could run the risk of breaking the rod while casting and the rod would bend a lot under the weight of just your terminal tackle.
Devon
on May 9, 2017

Bojan
from New Zealand asked:
April 6, 2017
Hi, what would be the power curve/fighting drag on the 3 models? Thanks
Unfortantly we do not have that spec for these series of rods. I would advise contacting Okuma for further assistance for these particular rods.
Donald
on April 6, 2017

mark
from Texas asked:
March 8, 2017
Will this surf travel rod be good to pair up with a vanstaal vs250 with 50lb braid?
The Okuma NTS-S-1004H Nomad Travel Surf Rod - 10 ft. would pair well with the Van Staal 250 with 50 lb braid. Thank you for considering TackleDirect for your fishing needs.
Donald
on March 8, 2017

Sam
from UT asked:
March 4, 2017
If I match this rod with a BG 5000 with 50lb braid, which will cast further when beach fishing and perform better - The 1004MH or the 1004H? This will be for beach fishing in Mexico.
The casting performance of these rods will depend on how heavy the lure or weight you will be casting is. I suggest comparing the lure ratings on each rod and selecting the one that falls within the range of what you are casting.
Devon
on March 7, 2017

Sam
from Park City, UT asked:
February 28, 2017
Does the BG 5000 or BG 6500 match well with this rod? Thanks
The Daiwa BG 5000 will pair well with either 10' MH or the 10' H. Thank you for considering TackleDirect for your fishing needs.
Donald
on March 1, 2017

Rick
from Rochester, NY asked:
February 12, 2017
What would be a good salt water spinning reel match for the Okuma OKM-0707 travel rod in the same price range as the rod or a good value reel to match?
For the 10' MH model I would suggest a Penn Clash 5000 for a reel in the $200 price range. As far as a great value reel, I would suggest looking into the Daiwa BG 4500.
Devon
on February 14, 2017

Joshua Swain
from swajos1579@gmail.com asked:
January 19, 2017
how long is this in the rod case. i want ro fly with this and want to make sure its going to be allowed on the plane.
The measurements of the case is 34 1/4 inches.
Donald
on January 19, 2017

Rosen
from Canada asked:
January 14, 2016
Hello TackleDirect, Do these rods also come with a soft case to put the pieces in before putting them in the hard tube? Thanks,
It comes with a velcro strap that holds the rod pieces together before putting it in the rod case, and the rod case is a hard tube but it is lined with a softer fabric on the inside and outside. The rod seems fairly secure inside the tube.
Kaitryn
on January 15, 2016

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