Black Hole Challenger Conventional Rods

Black Hole Challenger Conventional Rods

$303.00 - $358.00
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Model
TD Code
LengthWeightLine RatingLure WeightActionPowerPrice
701L
BHR-0037
7', 1pc4.8oz10-20lb1/2-2ozFastLight$303.00 USD
731H
BHR-0038
7.31', 1pc9.7oz20-60lb4-10ozFastHeavy$358.00 USD
731M
BHR-0035
7'31, 1pc8oz20-25lb3/4-4ozFastMedium$347.00 USD
761MH
BHR-0040
7'6, 1pc4.4oz20-40lb3-6ozFastMedium Heavy$363.00 USD
Black Hole Challenger Conventional rods are made for saltwater fishing applications. They can be used to catch many different species of fish from big halibut to deep water sea bass and many more. They are made of quality, strong materials.
4.5 Stars based on 6 reviews
By The G.
Forked River
Featherweight but strong
December 29, 2018
Putchased this rod as a designated Blackfish rod. I paired it with an Accurate Valiant 300. The total package is super lightweight, while retaining enough backbone to pull fish out of the structure easily. I will probably use this for Fluke and Sea Bass as well. Not cheap, but a high quality rod.
ProsVery lightweight, strong backbone.
ConsPrice point is high, but was able to purchase when TD had a 20% off sale, that made it more reasonable.
By James
Riverside, NJ
Black Hole 731H Challenger Conventional Rod
July 18, 2018
Purchased this rod for deep water bottom fishing and Nantucket for dragging bait. So far the rod has handled 10 ounces without issue and was sensitive to bites.
ProsGreat for deep water bottom fishing when 10+ ounces is necessary
By Phil C.
Brooklyn, New York
Top of the Line 701L Black hole Rod
May 16, 2018
I purchased this rod primarily for inshore and deep water fluke. I've paired it with an Abu Garcia Beast. It's an extremely excellent rod, Top of the line finish, excellent backbone very sensitive, yet powerful, I'm certain it can Tog and seabass as well. Highly recommended.
Proslightweight, powerful, excellent quality, sensitive rod, top of the line.
ConsNone
By Phil C.
Brooklyn, New York
Black Hole 701L Challenger Conventional Rod
May 16, 2018
This is a top of the line conventional rod, I have paired with an Abu Garica Beast. Powerful, very sensitivity, with an outstanding finish. I use this rod for inshore and deep water fluke, I would definitely recommend this rod. I've already caught two fluke with this rod first time out. I'm sure it's capable of handling Tog and Seabass as well. Highly recommended.
ProsLightweight, sensitivity, powerful, outstanding finish,
ConsNone
By Stelian G.
New York
Excellent
June 12, 2017
Very nice rod , excellent finish, filling, sensitivity , power , nice cloth cover. I use it for deep water fluke, definitely recommend for black fish,sea bass and can handle easy blues and decent stripes . I gave 4 stars because weights 8.8 oz not 8oz and there's no information about their guides used. Highly recommended.
By William H.
Colchester, CT
The Best
April 22, 2017
This rod is top of the line+ conventional rod. The price was very competitive and the service fast and dependable
ProsALL
ConsNONE
4 Questions & 4 Answers
Jim
from Long Island, NY asked:
October 22, 2019
What is star drag reel would you recommend for the 731H - bottom fishing application (tog/ sea bass / striped bass ) ?
1 Answer
A 14 or 16 size Shimano Torium would pair well with the 731H 
Submitted by: Bernie De Graaf on October 24, 2019

Ray
from fountain valley, ca asked:
March 22, 2019
this this the spiral or non spiral model?
1 Answer
They are non spiral 
Submitted by: Bernie De Graaf on March 28, 2019

Phil
from Brooklyn, New York asked:
July 12, 2019
What's the sinker weight for the Black Hole 701L rod?


1 Answer
Lure weight of 1/2 - 2oz.
Submitted by: CHARLES on July 16, 2019

William Juchnewich
from Fair Lawn Nj asked:
March 13, 2017
I'm interested in the 761MH and you have it in stock, could you bring it to the somerset saltwater show for pick up?
1 Answer
The 761MH Black Hole rod would only be available for customer pick up in our retail store location or for delivery only. Thank you for considering TackleDirect for your fishing needs.
Submitted by: Donald on March 16, 2017

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