13 Fishing MBC65H Muse Black Casting Rod - 6 ft. 5 in.
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|Description||Grip||Length||Power||Action||Line Rating||Lure Rating||Price|
|Muse Black Casting Rod||Split||6 ft. 5 in.|
|H||Fast||14-25 lb.||3/8-1 oz.||$175.00 USD|
The 13 Fishing MBC65H Muse Black Casting Rod is tailored to deliver the perfect balance of form and function. The Muse Black Series features lightweight performance driven rods with dynamically sculpted curves and exclusive lightweight materials that inspire anglers to perform at their best on the water.
Powered by a 36 ton Poly-Vector Graphite (PVG36T) blank, Muse Black rods are exceptionally sensitive and lightweight. The Evolve Airfoil Carbon reel seat transmits kinetic energy directly to the angler's palm from the blank while providing an excellent grip. The ergonomic curves of the reel seat seamlessly taper into high density EVA for reduced fatigue and ultimate comfort.
ZAT1 (Zonal Action Technology) empowered the designers working with Elite Pro's to tailor the rod's dynamic and complex taper. Whether its Roman Made swimbaits in Southern California or microscopic hair jigs on Lake Champlain, 13 Fishing's Muse series excels at every cutting edge technique required by die hard anglers and tour pros seeking to elevate the art of fishing.
13 Fishing MBC65H Muse Black Casting Rod Features:
- Length: 6 ft. 5 in.
- 36 Ton Japanese Toray Blanks with PVG36T Construction
- ZAT1 Action Technology
- Evolve Seamless Air Foil Carbon Reel Seat
- Matte Black ALPS Stainless Steel Guides with Zirconia Inserts and SIC Tip
- High Density Japanese EVA Handle
- Evolve Snagless Hook Keeper
- 7 Year Limited Warranty
Pros: exceptionally light, excellent sensitivity, and great feel in my hands
Cons: I would rate the tip as extra fast, and the power seemed heavier than a medium. On top of that, the first rod I received broke on a normal hookset the first time out. 13 sent me a brand new one, no questions asked (great customer service), which I broke the first time I took it out fighting a 3# bass next to the boat.
I've never had issues breaking rods before, so unless they've fixed the breakage issue, I'd steer clear.
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