Okuma Cruz Popping Rods

Okuma Cruz Popping Rods

The Okuma Cruz Popping Rods are saltwater rods are strong, made with very durable carbon and glass blank mixture. Comfortable and easy to use for all day casting with EVA fore and rear grips. Perfect for saltwater fishing.

Price: $179.99
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Model
TD Code
LengthPowerTaperLine Weight
(lbs)
Lure Weight
(grams)
Foregrip LengthReargrip Length# of GuidesHandle StyleWeight
(oz)
Price
CRP-S-762M
OKM-0326
7'6
2 pcs
MM30-6530-160416-1/46+TipA10.3$179.99 USD
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The Okuma Cruz Popping Rods are saltwater rods are strong, made with very durable carbon and glass blank mixture. Comfortable and easy to use for all day casting with EVA fore and rear grips.

Features:
  • ALPS 316-grade stainless steel double footed guide frames
  • ALPS hard Zirconium guide inserts, perfect for braided line
  • Custom ALPS machined aluminum 2-tone anodized reel seats
  • 1 pc rod blank construction, butted into handle for uninterrupted rod tapers
  • Machined-tapered hood transitions above and below reel seat
  • Low profile butt cap design for unobstructed fishing
  • Backed by limited lifetime warranty
4 Stars based on 2 reviews
By Bryant
Superior, CO
Awesome value!
May 7, 2014
Use this rod down in the FL Keys for light popping and jigging. Tore up the tuna and dolphin on this thing. Have it paired with a new Quantum Cabo 50 and 30lb braid. Casts so far and sometimes lose sight of the lure. Got to test the Okuma customer service when the rod broke on a large amberjack. It wasn't the rods fault as the angler totally high sticked it. Okuma replaced the rod for only $19.95. No hassles either. Top notch product and top notch customer service.
ProsValue Feel and casting distance
ConsFinish not as nice
By Bryant C.
Superior, CO
Can rate functionality and customer service all from one trip!
April 23, 2014
I do a yearly trip to the keys and we primarily focus on jigging and popping, Slayed the tuna and dolphin on this rod until it's final demise on a 60lb reef donkey. Over-zealous angler and a heavy fish. Totally high-sticked it. Still landed it! Okuma replaced it with ease for just $19.95 for shipping. Only had to ship back the part of the rod with the model number. The rest of my crew fish OTI and they were impressed with the casting distance and feel of this rod...not to mention customer service.
ProsGreat value! Great customer service function and feel
Consfinish not quite as sharp guides are a bit weaker than most
3 Questions & 3 Answers
Pmartin
from Ca asked:
March 6, 2019
Would my Stella SW6000 pair well with this rod for Dorado?
1 Answer
It would pair well but this rod has been discontinued. 
Submitted by: Bernie De Graaf on March 6, 2019

Viet Dinh
from TX asked:
April 6, 2016
Is this a Casting rod or a Spinning rod?
1 Answer
It is a spinning rod.
Submitted by: Kaitryn on April 7, 2016

Bill
from Clifton, NJ asked:
December 16, 2013
Does this rod have a gimbal? Is that just a butt cap in the picture? Thanks.
1 Answer
This rod does not have a gimbal. Just a rounded base at the butt of the rod.
Submitted by: Customer Service on December 17, 2013

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