Okuma NT-S-703M-MH Nomad Travel Spinning Rod

Okuma NT-S-703M-MH Nomad Travel Spinning Rod

Reg Price $209.99
Our Price $125.99
Model
TD Code
PowerTaperLengthLine Weight
(lbs)
Gimbal TypeForegrip Length(in)
Reargrip Length(in)
# of GuidesHandle StyleWeight
(oz)
Price
NT-S-703M-MH
OKM-0345
M/MHM7'0
3 pcs
15-30/20-60Aluminum12-3/4-12-1/25+TipA19.0Reg Price $209.99Our Price $125.99
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.

Features
  • 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 11 reviews
By updateCategoryParent
California
The Most Versatile Fresh and Salt Water All-In-One Spinning Rod!
July 16, 2021
I used this rod in freshwater with the Medium tip, then went to salt water with the MH tip. It has great action and with both tips, and it feels like a one-piece rod. I want to order the travel Surf rod now that is 10 foot. I use to pay $50 to ship my rods from California to Florida (one way) with United State Postal Service, and would have to do this one week before arriving, then I would have to spend another $50 to ship them back. Now, I can just Carry them on the plane with me, and save the shipping costs. Even though the Okuma Travel Rods cost more initially, they will pay for themselves in the long run. And the Nomad Travel Rod has a lifetime warranty.

Thank you Tackle Direct for making it possible for me to afford an Okuma Travel Rod!
ConsEnrollment into Okuma's warranty program is not easy and their website is not user friendly.
By Cole
,
Rod is great- super high quality
July 14, 2021
Very sturdy excellent quality came with case too
By The R.
LEXINGTON, KY
Sweet Travel Rod
September 16, 2018
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
Nice rod
August 16, 2018
The rod are so nice and look like it very well made
By Dave
Florida
Heavy
July 15, 2016
Top quality but to heavy for casting all day
ProsQuality
ConsWeight
By Ron
San Francisco
Great Truck Rod
March 3, 2016
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
MEXICO, DISTRITO FEDERAL
almost perfect travel rod
December 10, 2015
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
Virginia
Excellent travel rod
March 28, 2015
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
its a good rod
February 1, 2015
its really good i like and is well to use
By chris
ARLINGTON, VA
Seriously heavy duty travel rod
September 7, 2014
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.
solid
November 26, 2013
Versatile, compact, good looking rod
ProsStrong and responsive
ConsNo room for reel in the storage bag
5 Questions & 5 Answers
Wilmot Garnett
from Miami, Florida asked:
July 4, 2021
Which Daiwa BG would this rod pair with?
1 Answer
I would recommend either the BG6500 or the BG8000 for this rod.
Submitted by: Paul Olah on July 5, 2021

Erik
from Dallas, TX asked:
January 30, 2020

Which Penn Live Liner reel would fit well with this rod?

1 Answer
I would recommend either the 4500ll or the 6500ll
Submitted by: Tyler Bennett on January 31, 2020

Daniel
from SLO, CA asked:
June 1, 2018
Which rod Nomad would pair best with a Stella SW 8000?
1 Answer
The Okuma NT-S-703M-MH Nomad Travel Spinning Rod would pair well.
Submitted by: Ricky on June 1, 2018

CJM
from York, Me. asked:
April 14, 2018
Shimano 14000 Twin Power too heavy for MH model?
1 Answer
The 14000 TwinPower would not be too heavy for the MH Nomad rod. The two will balance out well together and make up a great saltwater fishing combo.
Submitted by: Donald on April 17, 2018

Ole
from Eugene, Oregon asked:
November 21, 2017
Which penn spinfisher reel would you recommend pairing with this rod?
1 Answer
The 5500 or the 6500 Spinfisher V would balance well with the Okuma NT-S-703M-MH Nomad Travel Spinning Rod.
Submitted by: Donald on November 22, 2017

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