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Okuma Nomad Travel Rods

Okuma Nomad Travel Rods

Durable 3 piece travel rods with one piece rod performance. Perfect for the fisherman nomad. For anglers who want total experience to equal quality of their destinations. With two tip sections, one lighter and one heavier, to increase versatility while keeping luggage to a minimum.

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Gimbal TypeForegrip Length(in)
Reargrip Length(in)
# of GuidesHandle StyleWeight
3 pcs
15-30/20-60Aluminum10-1/2-12-1/26+TipA17.4$194.99 USD
3 pcs
10-17/12-30Aluminum12-3/4-12-1/26+TipA17$194.99 USD
3 pcs
15-30/20-60Aluminum12-3/4-12-1/26+TipA18.8$194.99 USD
3 pcs
10-20/12-30Aluminum12-3/4-12-1/25+TipA16.8$194.99 USD
3 pcs
15-30/20-60Aluminum12-3/4-12-1/25+TipA19.0$194.99 USD
Step on to the boat for the first day of your dream fishing trip and you get the first look at the lodge gear. Inspecting the faded finish, pitted guides and disintegrating handles, don't say we didn't try to help. Okuma Nomad Travel rods were constructed for anglers who want their total experience to equal the quality of their destination, and that includes fishing great rods. Constructed in three pieces and utilizing European spigot ferrules, Nomad Travel rods deliver one-piece rod performance. Each model includes two tip sections, one lighter and one heavier, to increase versatility while keeping luggage to a minimum. Premium components were chosen for rock-solid durability. Secured in a custom padded and waterproof case, Nomad Travel rods travel easily in overhead luggage bins, alleviating the difficulty and expense of long rod tubes.

  • 3-section break down for easy travel
  • 2 tips with different actions with each rod
  • European spigot ferrule connections for true one piece rod feel
  • ALPS 316 SS guide frames with zirconium guide inserts
  • ALPS 2 tone anodized aluminum triangular reel seat
  • ALPS anodized aluminum gimbal with protective butt cap
  • Protective water resistant travel bag
  • Limited lifetime warranty
4.5 Stars based on 9 reviews
By The Rach
September 16, 2018
Sweet Travel Rod
Well made great looking rod. The spigot ferrule will take some getting used to, the gap when seated does not feel right and looks awkward. Performance will be the real judge, I will trust the rod's designers to know their craft. The rod has one hell of a backbone and should have no problem landing an AJ.
ProsComes with two tips to adjust the rod's strength Travels great, fits into the overhead compartments even on the regional jets Multi weight tips
ConsLanded at the Gulf Coast the week of Tropical Storm Gordon, no boating for me, I should have bought the Surf Rod version, hmmm.
By chau
worcester, Massachusetts
August 16, 2018
Nice rod
The rod are so nice and look like it very well made
By Dave
July 15, 2016
Top quality but to heavy for casting all day
By Ron
San Francisco
March 3, 2016
Great Truck Rod
Great portable rod to keep in the truck, or car. I drive to and from work via the ocean and stop often cast for a bit. Great little rod for that, or just skip work :-)
Prosez breakdown light great grips and reel seat, love the reel seat
ConsI would like it to be a bit cheaper; but that is always the case
By gerardo
December 10, 2015
almost perfect travel rod
it is a very cool travel rod, was more than i expected from a travel rod that is 60lb rate for braid with MH tip,
Prosit comes with his own travel bag, 3 pieces rod for travel that you can put anywhere you want heavy duty rod
Consits not light,
By Thomas
March 28, 2015
Excellent travel rod
I took it to the Keys for Mahi-Mahi fishing. It was fantastic! I hooked into a couple of Tuna as well. I was glad I had a strong rod. Excellent value!!
By cordell
lake worth, florida
February 1, 2015
its a good rod
its really good i like and is well to use
By chris
September 7, 2014
Seriously heavy duty travel rod
Bought this for deep dropping from a head oat, while traveling with the family. It should handle 16 ounces of lead and meat while dragging for tilefish without a problem. It's not light, but the quality is really good. Since I can't take a one piece in the van with the kids, this is the best option.
By bassachusetts
Salem, Ma.
November 26, 2013
Versatile, compact, good looking rod
ProsStrong and responsive
ConsNo room for reel in the storage bag
12 Questions & 12 Answers
from FL asked:
January 31, 2018
Will the NT-S-703M-MH pair well with the Shimano Saragosa 10000?
1 Answers
The 10000 would be a bit heavy for the NT-S-703M-MH. The 8000 would be the best size to pair the model rod your choosing.
on February 1, 2018

from Fairbanks, AK asked:
January 12, 2018
Looking at the Fin-Nor Lethal reels for my Okuma Nomad NT-S-703M-MH. What size Lethal would be best? Thx
1 Answers
The Fin Nor Lethal 20 would be the the best match for versatility and durability between the rod and the reel.
on January 13, 2018

from INDIA asked:
December 24, 2017
i want pair Okuma Nomad NT-S-703M-MH with my Penn Battle II 6000. I have heard the reel doesn't fit all rods, so i want to make sure if these two are compatible before i place the order. can you please help?
1 Answers
I just tested the 6000 size battle on the Nomad NT-S-703M-MH and the reel is too big. i would recommend using a size 4000 Battle on the Nomad rod.
on December 27, 2017

from Portland asked:
November 5, 2017
would an aver jx raptor with 65 lb power pro work with this rod
1 Answers
An Avet JX would pair well with model number NT-C-663M-MH.
on November 6, 2017

from TEXAS asked:
April 23, 2017
are these available in a conventional rod (casting), not spinning
1 Answers
The NT-C models are casting and the NT-S models are spinning.
on April 25, 2017

Chase Watson
from Denver, Colorado asked:
January 5, 2017
hi, would this rod pair well with a shimano thunnus 8000? If so what line would you recommend. Or do you recommend another rod for kingfish and smaller tuna etc. thanks
1 Answers
The Shimano Thunnus with 50 lb power would be a good fit for the Okuma Nomad.
on January 5, 2017

from Maryland asked:
December 31, 2016
The nomad 20-60 travel rod would it be good to pair it with a Penn squall 40ld.
1 Answers
The Okuma Nomad Travel Rods 20-60 would pair well with the Penn Squall 40LD.
on December 31, 2016

from Maryland asked:
December 31, 2016
How long is the rod I'm case after taking apart for traveling on airplane
1 Answers
The length of the rod case is 32 inches.
on December 31, 2016

hank jensen
from altha florida asked:
October 4, 2015
im looking at the nt-c-703m-mh model travel rod. I cant tell if its a spinning rod or not.
1 Answers
That specific rod you mentioned would be paired with a spinning reel.
on October 4, 2015

from New York asked:
March 24, 2015
Hello I have a travel rod in the 15 to 40 pound range and looking for a good reel to pair with it that I can use a reel clamp with the ALPS triangular reel seat. I can't find a reel that can fit on the reel seat with a clamp. Suggestions?
1 Answers
Wil, I checked out a couple of reels in the Avet line. The smallest reel that will fit your rod is the LX and JX. The combo feels very good in your hand and is very balanced.
on March 25, 2015

Jose Vicente Junsan
from Iloilo City, Philippines asked:
February 13, 2015
Hi John, Thanks for the previous information you have given me, re. Okuma Nomad Travel Rods. I have bought the Model, NT-S-703L-ML from TackleDirect sometime ago but as of this time have not use it. I am also planning to buy the spinning reel and braided line to use for this particular rod. Could you please advice me the appropriate saltwater spinning reel and the line weight of braided lines for 2 tips (10~20/ 12~30 lbs) that will suit the rod perfectly? I request your recommendations before I will make the purchase. Many thanks. Vic
1 Answers
Jose, I recommend you take a look at the 3000 or 4000 Shimano Stradic Ci4.
on February 17, 2015

Jose Vicente Junsan
from Iloilo City, Philippines asked:
February 5, 2015
Hi, Will the guides of this rod handles braid fishing lines? Thanks for advice/ recommendation. Vic
1 Answers
Absolutely! These rods are built to be fished with braided lines.
on February 12, 2015


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