Daiwa PCYI661MFS Procyon Inshore Spinning Rod

Daiwa PCYI661MFS Procyon Inshore Spinning Rod - 6 ft. 6 in.

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Model
TD Code
DescriptionLengthPowerActionLine Wt.Lure Wt.Price
PCYI661MFS
DAI-2781
Procyon Inshore Spinning Rod6 ft. 6 in.
1 pc.
MediumModerate Fast6 - 15 lb.3/8 - 1 oz.$79.99 USD
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With a Daiwa Procyon Inshore Spinning Rod, you will be covered in most inshore fishing applications, from the Gulf Coast to the West Coast! A 24 Ton High Modulus Carbon Blank Construction, Cork Handles and Titanium Oxide Guides make a Inshore Spinning Rod a great choice for your next outing.

5 Stars based on 2 reviews
By Len
Florida
Best inshore flats rod for the money
April 25, 2019
The 7'6 MFS is pretty much the perfect inshore rod. The blank has a good fast tip (about the first 1/3 of the rod) and good progressive backbone. The handle length is great too, when working a top water, the rod just gently bounces between your arm and side, that simple and you're walking the dog. When casting light lures the butt of the rod is just in the right natural place for your hand, The rod loads really well and lets you get good power into the cast to launch light lures a country mile. It handles big fish very well, with enough tip and bend to keep small hooks set , with plenty of backbone to put pressure on big fish. Honestly this blank is very close to the action of the 7'6" Loomis e6x. very close, for less than half the money.I'm very satisfied with this rod, so much so I bought 2.
Prosweight, action, fuji reel seat, cork grips, handle length
Conspossibly the guides, They have ceramic inserts ( which i like), some like the SS guides fro inshore / corrosion.
By Marcos
San Antonio, PR
My go to UL rod!
May 14, 2018
I love casting tiny crankbaits in local creeks for both native and exotic fishes. This rod fits the bill nicely! Very sensitive but with enough backbone to fight the ocassional largemouth bass that hits the micro lures. The reel seat is prone to loosening but that can be fixed with a couple of wraps of teflon tape. Overall, I’m very happy with this rod.
ProsLight, sensitive, fighting power
Consreel seat loosens
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