Phenix Black Diamond Spinning Rods

Phenix Black Diamond Spinning Rods

$259.00 - $299.00
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Model
TD Code
LengthLine RatingTaper ActionGuidesReel Seat/HandlePrice
PSW700ML
PHE-0033
7'
1 pc
10-30Mod. FastFuji AlconiteFuji DPS/Hypalon/X-Wrap$269.00 USD
PSW700H
PHE-0034
7'
1 pc
20-60Mod. FastFuji AlconiteFuji DPS/Hypalon/X-Wrap$299.00 USD
PSW806L
PHE-0035
8'
1 pc
8-25FastFuji KWAGFuji DPS/Hypalon/X-Wrap$259.00 USD
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Oversize Large Packaging Required
PSW808MH
PHE-0036
8'
1 pc
15-40FastFuji AlconiteFuji DPS/Hypalon/X-Wrap$289.00 USD
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Oversize Large Packaging Required
PSW809H
PHE-0037
8'
1 pc
20-50FastFuji AlconiteFuji DPS/Hypalon/X-Wrap$299.00 USD
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Oversize Large Packaging Required
PSW869H
PHE-0038
8'6
1 pc
20-50FastALPS S-6Fuji DPS/Hypalon/X-Wrap$299.00 USD
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Oversize Large Packaging Required
The Phenix Black Diamond Spinning Rods are constructed using Toray's high strength carbon fibers and a unique layering process with a "secret sauce" resin. This combination of aerospace technology allowed Phenix to fabricate a super strong blank that has a thinner diameter and weighs considerably less than any other rods in its class.

  • Proprietary blend of high modulus graphite and high strength carbon fiber
  • Thin and lightweight
  • Extremely strong
  • Premium components
5 Stars based on 3 reviews
By Bryon
Aylett, VA
Impressive Rod
May 30, 2020
Bought this to fish Cobia on the Chesapeake Bay. When I got the rod I was thinking it was going to be alittle undersized and I should have got the M instead of the ML. Well let’s just say on the rods first trip we caught 5 up to 50 pounds. I will be buying more.
By Ross
Palm Beach Gardens, FL
Incredible Rod!
February 27, 2019
Great feel and action. I can cast it miles, feel the lightest strikes and has enough backbone to land large mahi and black fins.
I paired this rod with a VanStahl 150 and couldn’t be happier! A quality rod with a quality rod!
By Dan
Florida
Awesome in shore rod for the price
September 5, 2017
It cast so well and super sensitive, strong back bone , soft enough tip, I use it hooked up couple nice snook , but I think it will hook up even bigger fish. Worth every penny of cost.
ProsGood value for a quality rod
ConsGuide wrap has some small cracks for my rod since new, doesn't affect use at all
2 Questions & 2 Answers
Jay
from Hawaii asked:
April 4, 2020
Would a torqe 7 be a good fit for the 7’ heavy?
1 Answer
The Penn Torque II 7500 will be a good match for boat applications. The 5500 would balance better. 
Submitted by: Rebecca Redington on April 13, 2020

Paul
from Fort Lauderdale asked:
September 20, 2018
Would the 700h be too heavy for live bait applications? Mahi, Kings, small tuna
1 Answer
No that would work great.
Submitted by: Chris on September 21, 2018

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