Okuma SCT Inshore Rods

Okuma SCT Inshore Rods

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DescriptionLengthPowerTaperLine WeightLure Weight# of GuidesWeightPrice
SCT Inshore Rod8'0''MHMF/F12 - 25 lbs3/4 - 1-1/2 oz.10 + Tip7.2 oz.$169.99 USD
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SCT Inshore Rod8'0''HMF/F15 - 30 lbs1 - 3 oz.10 + Tip7.8 oz.$169.99 USD
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SCT Inshore Rod8'0''XHMF/F20 - 40 lbs1-1/2 - 4-1/2 oz.10 + Tip8.6 oz.$169.99 USD
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SCT Inshore Rod8'6''XHMF/F20 - 40 lbs1-1/2 - 4-1/2 oz.11 + Tip9.6 oz.$169.99 USD
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Okuma SCT Inshore Rods are light, responsive, and flat out strong, making them the ultimate compliment to braided line. Utilizing top of the line components, Unidirectional Fiber Reinforcement, and Spiral Carbon Technology, Okuma SCT Inshore Rods are exceptionally agile, deliver great feel, and are fortified with incredible power and durability.

Okuma SCT Inshore Rod Features:

  • Extremely light weight and responsive 24-ton carbon rod blanks
  • UFR: Unidirectional Fiber Reinforcement technology increases rod's lifting power and maximum strength
  • SCT is a dual helix wrap configuration with over 6000 strands of carbon fiber
  • SCT blanks: Spiral carbon technology improved strength and durability
  • Fuji Alconite guide inserts. Compatible for braided line
  • Fuji K-concept guide frames for maximum compatibility with braided line
  • EVA foregrip and EVA rear split grip for reduced weight
  • Guide wrappings with pure carbon thread for improved holding power
  • Fuji trigger reel seats for maximum dependability
5 Stars based on 4 reviews
By Kris M.
Bakersfield California
The SCT does the job
August 28, 2019
I recently bought this rod for west coast style of fishing, I have been throwing the surface irons like the tady 45 and it handles them pretty well, I would definitely would recommend this rod
By Tyler S.
Granada Hills, CA
Okuma SCT 8Ft XH
June 17, 2019
I had this rod for a while now. I've caught everything from Rock Cod to Yellowtail. I paired it up with a Lexa 400 and had a solid combo for throwing swimbaits and could easily use it in a pinch for live bait. I landed a 25lb Yellowtail on this rod. It has a sensitive tip and has backbone. However my tip recently broke on this rod and I wasn't rough on this rod. Disappointed with the durability.
ProsLength Sensitive Tip Lightweight Comfortable
ConsNot very durable
By Thach
Lake Worth, Florida
Handsome look!
March 6, 2019
Pair with my okuma ss 400 good cast! Sweet at 3 oz
By Amiel
Awsome Rod
November 25, 2018
I got one of these rods just out of curiosity since I heard so much about them. First day out on a yellowtail trip I landed a 37 pounder. This rod paired with a Lexa 400 win landed a 37 pounder yellow with no issues. The tip is very sensitive and can feel every little tug, I can even feel my live bait tapping. Plenty of backbone for lifting power very comfortable in my hand, light weight. I was able to whip out casts with ease. I totally recommend this rod for any inshore adventure you go on.
Prosall around perfect inshore rod
ConsNone so far
7 Questions & 7 Answers
from San jose asked:
September 24, 2019
Is this rod 1 piece?
1 Answer
They are one piece rods. 
Submitted by: Bernie De Graaf on September 26, 2019

from Navarre, fl asked:
April 17, 2019
Would the XH pair with a komodo ss 471 well?

Will use it for lemonfish

1 Answer
You may be better going for a more traditional conventional reel for the xh then a smaller low profile baitcaster. I would look at the seigler sg or the avet sxj raptor 
Submitted by: Bernie De Graaf on April 18, 2019

Tyler Doherty
from Massachusetts asked:
February 13, 2019
would the xh pair with a lexa 300 , and is it moderate fast or fast action
1 Answer
It's moderate fast and the 300 would be a little small for the XH
Submitted by: Bernie on February 20, 2019

from Florida asked:
March 8, 2020
I am thinking of getting this rod for snook and redfish and small tarpon was wondering if the tranx 300 would fit well wanting to cast big swimbaits 
1 Answer
Hello Colm, 

Yes, the Tranx 300 is a perfect reel for this rod series for what you are looking to use it for. 

Please feel free to contact us if you have any other questions! 

Submitted by: Brandon Smith on March 17, 2020

from Pomona.CA asked:
October 16, 2019
Could I use the scti 8f medium heavy matched with the komodo 273 for fresh water bass fishing from shore?
1 Answer
That would make a good pairing for bass 
Submitted by: Bernie De Graaf on October 17, 2019

from California asked:
October 15, 2018
Which rod would you recommend for a Tranx 500 or a Lexa 400 (both high speed). I would use for 20# - 30# yellowtail.
1 Answer
I would recommend using the Tranx this style of fishing.
Submitted by: Ricky on October 18, 2018

from Ensenada, Baja, mx asked:
April 4, 2018
Would this Rod pair well With a penn fathom 15.... Planning a calico/yt setup
1 Answer
The Okuma SCT Inshore Rod 8' H would match well with the Penn Fathom 15 for the application your using the combo for.
Submitted by: Donald on April 5, 2018


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