Daiwa Procyon Inshore Spinning Rods

Daiwa Procyon Inshore Spinning Rods

Price: $89.99
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TD Code
TypeLengthPowerActionLine WeightLure WeightNo. GuidesPrice
PCYN68MLRS
DAI-3461
Spinning6'8''
1 pc
Medium LightModerate Fast8-14lb1/8-1/2oz8$89.99 USD
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PCYN68MRS
DAI-3462
Spinning6'8''
1 pc
MediumModerate Fast8-17lb1/4-1/2oz8$89.99 USD
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Oversize Packaging Required
PCYN70MLRS
DAI-3463
Spinning7'
1 pc
Medium LightModerate Fast8-14lb1/8-1/2oz8$89.99 USD
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PCYN70MRS
DAI-3464
Spinning7'
1 pc
MediumModerate Fast8-17lb1/4-1/2oz8$89.99 USD
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PCYN70MHRS
DAI-3465
Spinning7'
1 pc
Medium HeavyModerate Fast12-20lb1/4-3/4oz8$89.99 USD
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PCYN76MHRS
DAI-3466
Spinning7'6''
1 pc
Medium HeavyModerate Fast12-20lb1/4-3/4oz9$89.99 USD
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Oversize Packaging Required
Expertly crafted with quality components, the Daiwa Procyon Inshore Spinning Rods will have you well equipped for plenty of shallow water fishing applications at a price all anglers can appreciate. The Procyon series includes a line-up of lengths and tapers that will cater to a wide variety of techniques for southern species like snook, speckled trout and redfish, and northern species like striped bass and fluke. The Procyon Inshore series also makes a fantastic option for anglers looking for a cross-over rod in areas with both freshwater and saltwater fisheries. Built with comfortable full-grip cork handles and fitted with titanium oxide guides, the Procyon Inshore series is skillfully crafted by Daiwa to perform well at a smart price.
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
8 Questions & 9 Answers
Andre
from Gilbert, Arizona asked:
May 26, 2019
Which one would be better to use in freshwater and inshore interchandgeably?


1 Answer
The 7 foot medium or the 7 foot medium heavy would suffice for freshwater and saltwater. 
Submitted by: Bernie De Graaf on May 27, 2019

Mike
from Charleston, SC asked:
October 23, 2018
Need a new rod for my Spinfisher v 4500 would you recommend this rod, or should I look toward the penn battalion inshore series?
1 Answer
The 7'6" MH Daiwa Procyon would match up great with the 4500 spinfisher
Submitted by: Bernie on October 24, 2018

Steve
from Media, Pennsylvania asked:
March 4, 2018
IS the rod split grip. For all models
1 Answer
All lengths as well as spinning and casting have a split grip handle.
Submitted by: Bernie on March 5, 2018

Willk
from Wall nj asked:
February 25, 2018
Would a Daiwa Fuego lt 3000 fit on the Daiwa Procyon 7ft6inch medium heavy 10-20lb line comfortably
1 Answer
yes, that would make for a nice light inshore setup.
Submitted by: Bernie on March 2, 2018

WillK
from WallNJ asked:
February 3, 2018
Would a penn conflict 2 3000 fit on the Daiwa Procyon 7ft6inch my 10-20lb line comfortably?
1 Answer
The combo would balance out nicely.
Submitted by: Bernie on February 5, 2018

roy
from cranston ,RI asked:
August 9, 2017
is this for saltwater?thanks
1 Answer
Yes, the Daiwa Procyon is meant to be used for inshore saltwater applications.
Submitted by: Bernie on August 10, 2017

Nike
from Florida asked:
December 15, 2019
Is the PCYI761MLFS ok for Daiwa BG2500 reels?

Nike

2 Answers
That would be a killer light tackle set-up! You could even bump up to the 3000 size, which may balance a bit better on the 7'6 model. 
Submitted by: Ryan on December 17, 2019
Yes, that model would pair nicely with a BG 2500 for inshore fishing with lures under 1oz and light live baits like shrimp and small baitfish.
Submitted by: Devon Hicken on December 19, 2019

Jake Flynn
from MA asked:
October 1, 2017
Are the guides meant for braided lines?
1 Answer
The guides on Procyon will certainly be able to accommodate braided lines.
Submitted by: Devon on October 2, 2017

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