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Okuma Citrix Graphite Travel Rods

Okuma Citrix Graphite Travel Rods

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Model
TD Code
TypeLengthPowerTaperLine
Weight
(lb)
Lure
Weight
(oz)
Reargrip
Length
# of GuidesWeight
(oz)
Price
CIT-C-724M
OKM-0494
Casting7'2
4 pcs
MF8-17lbs1/4-5/810-1/2in9+Tip4.4$119.99 USD
CIT-S-664ML
OKM-0495
Spinning6'6
4 pcs
MLF6-12lbs1/8-3/88-3/4in6+Tip4$119.99 USD
CIT-S-724ML
OKM-0496
Spinning7'2
4 pcs
MLF6-12lbs1/8-3/88-3/4in7+Tip4.3$119.99 USD
CIT-S-724M
OKM-0261
Spinning7'2
4 pcs
MF8-17lbs1/4-5/88-3/4in7+Tip4.5$119.99 USD
The Okuma Citrix Graphite Travel rods have featherweight handling and great balance along with incredible responsiveness. Constructed in 4 pieces for easy travel. These rods are great for anglers who want to keep a tournament quality rod available at all times in a vehicle or travelling.

  • IM8 graphite blank construction
  • Custom 4-pcs travel design
  • Lightweight EVA split grips for reduced weight
  • Zero fore grip design for improved balance and weight reduction
  • ALPS stainless steel guide frames
  • Zirconium line guide inserts for use with braid or mono lines
  • Pac Bay MINIMA reel seat for reduced weight
  • Custom anodized aluminum reel seat threads for strength and balance
  • Stainless steel hook keeper
  • Convenient travel rod tube
  • Backed by limited lifetime warranty
5 Stars based on 1 reviews
By Chris
Houston,Texas
November 16, 2015
Okuma Citrix Travel Rod
Great rod at a great price point. I paired this with a Citrix 350 series reel. Perfect lightweight combo for the Texas bay wade fishing.
3 Questions & 3 Answers
Brian Conley
from GA asked:
February 4, 2017
Looking to pair a Shimano Spheros 4000FB on a travel spinning rod. Which of these Okuma or perhaps the tsunami travel kayak rod?
1 Answers
CIT-S-724M would pair up well with a Spheros 4000.
Devon
on February 7, 2017

Sisco
from Pasadena, Texas asked:
January 14, 2017
Is this a casting rod? How does it do with 1/8th oz plastics. I wade fish mostly
1 Answers
We do have a 7'2'' and a 7'11'' casting rod and i would recommend using a heavier plastic for both rods. The 7'2'' is rated for 1/4 oz - 5/8 oz and the 7'11'' is rated 2 - 8 oz.
Donald
on January 14, 2017

TJH
from Finland asked:
February 16, 2015
Hi, How long is the rod case of this rod (6'6'' and 7'2 versions)?
1 Answers
The 6'6" case is 23 Inches long, the 7'2 case is 25 inches long
Frank
on February 18, 2015

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