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Phenix M1 Inshore Baitcasting Rods

Phenix M1 Inshore Baitcasting Rods

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Model
TD Code
TypeLengthLine
Rating
Lure
Weight
Taper ActionGuidesReel Seat/HandlePrice
SMX-77MH
PHE-0063
Casting7'7
1 pc
15-352-6ozExtra FastFuji O-RingPhenix Reel Seat/Custom EVA$179.00 USD
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Oversize Packaging Required
SMX-79H
PHE-0064
Casting7'9
1 pc
20-453-8ozExtra FastFuji O-RingPhenix Reel Seat/Custom EVA$199.00 USD
SMX-711ML
PHE-0065
Casting7'11
1 pc
10-251-3ozFastFuji O-RingPhenix Reel Seat/Custom EVA$189.00 USD
SMX-711MH
PHE-0066
Casting7'11
1 pc
15-352-6ozFastFuji O-RingPhenix Reel Seat/Custom EVA$189.00 USD
SMX-82MH
PHE-0067
Casting8'2
1 pc
15-352-6ozExtra FastFuji O-RingPhenix Reel Seat/Custom EVA$209.00 USD
SMX-82ML
PHE-0137
Casting8'2
1 pc
10-251-3ozFastFuji O-RingPhenix Reel Seat/Custom EVA$199.00 USD
SMX-82H
PHE-0068
Casting8'2
1 pc
20-452-6ozExtra FastFuji O-RingPhenix Reel Seat/Custom EVA$219.00 USD
SMX-73L - Spinning
PHE-0069
Spinning7'3
1 pc
8-201/2-1-1/2ozFastFuji O-RingPhenix Reel Seat/Custom EVA$169.00 USD
Qty:
Oversize Packaging Required
SMX-77M - Spinning
PHE-0070
Spinning7'7
1 pc
15-351/2-1-1/2ozFastFuji O-RingPhenix Reel Seat/Custom EVA$179.00 USD
Qty:
Oversize Packaging Required
SMX-711ML - Spinning
PHE-0071
Spinning7'11
1 pc
10-251-3ozFastFuji O-RingPhenix Reel Seat/Custom EVA$189.00 USD
The Phenix M1 Inshore Series Rods feature the latest in nano tube technology. These rods feature increased sensitivity and more lifting power while keeping with their dynamic design. If it?s fishing stubborn Calico bass in the thickest kelp, or pulling on mid summer pelagic's, M1 Inshore Series gives you the ideal balance and power to handle the variety of challenges. Rods feature extended fore grip handles, much desired addition for inshore anglers.

  • Fuji?s new O-ring guides
  • Custom high density EVA split grip handle
  • Phenix?s own split reel seat
  • Light weight design
5 Stars based on 5 reviews
By Al
SoCal
December 31, 2017
Phenix Rod 7'9"H
Anglers choice recommends. Catching Halibut and different fishing needs. All purpose rods catching lt-med tuna, yellowtails, bonitos.
ProsAesthetically pleasing look, feel, when holding the grip just about right for casting. Light weight and well built with carbon nanotubes technology, and length choice. Smooth action for braid/ mono lines and lure weight capabilities.
ConsNone at this time
By dogparty
Hillsborough, NC
November 25, 2017
Great rod for Shimano Tranx 301
I purchased this rod to replace a Powell 3D MagHeavy rod, which could not take the pressure fishing for false albicore. The Powell rod broke after the fourth or fifth albie. The next trip out, I had the Phoenix rod, and it was at least as sensitive and accurate as the Powell, plus it was able to take the pressure. Excellent rod. Highly recommend.
ProsRelatively light. Accurate casts. Very sensitive. Very strong for it's weight and sensitivity.
ConsNone
By Alan
Bridgeport Connecticut
June 19, 2016
Awesome
is rod is amazing, extremely well made, beautiful, extra fast, doing par with a daiwa lexa type-hd and excellent set, which is spoken by the disproportionate size, but I can assure that this is not true.
ProsEveything
ConsNone
By vincent
Hattiesburg, MS
August 7, 2015
Awesome Rod
I used to only use the shimano teramar rod. well i broke a couple and can no longer get them locally especially since shimano has the 1 year warranty now. Then i decided to order a American Made Rod(Won't name company), but build and ship was taking too long so i canceled and ordered this Phenix rod instead after reading so many reviews online about the company and products. The rod is exceptional and very light. I especially like the carbon fiber reel seat and the phenix custom handle. Cast great and the backbone reeled in a nice 38" red and a 43 lb black ugly. I have it matched with a stradic 5000fj.
By Derrick
atlantic highlands, new jersey
July 8, 2015
My new favorite rod
I'm in love with this rod. Super light weight and plenty strong. I have no problem horsing in Stripers and Gator Blues with this rod. You really have to personally pull on this rod to appreciate it. Also, excellent build quality. I have it paired with a Revo Toro NaCL 61, excellent combo.
Prosstrength to weight ratio
Consnone so far
9 Questions & 10 Answers
Noah
from CA asked:
September 18, 2018
Do you think a 711ML would be okay for casting 3/4-1 oz. lures? I know it's recommended for 1-3 oz. but could I get away with going a little lighter?
1 Answers
You'll be ok casting 3/4oz lures, the rod will still load properly.
Bernie
on September 19, 2018

Chang
from Tulsa, Oklahoma asked:
August 22, 2018
What's the rod weight for the casting rod 7'11 medium light and medium heavy?
1 Answers
The mh is 7.2 oz's. The Ml we were unable to weigh because we don't have it in stock.
Bernie
on August 31, 2018

ben
from nj asked:
March 20, 2018
thinking about getting the smx 73l spinning rod for my Stella 4000. is this a good light tackle combo. I like fast action.
2 Answers
The action on the Phenix rod is fast action and that would be a very well paired light tackle spinning combo.
Bernie
on March 21, 2018
For a light tackle combo the Phenix SMX 731 rod matched with a Stella 4000 would be a great combo. With the lightweight and fast action your looking for, this combo will have just that and more.
Donald
on March 21, 2018

catdancer
from Southern Missouri asked:
March 5, 2018
8'2 heavy,,, ok fishermen and women brothers,, this is coming to you from the south! I'm not new yo PBD poles, I have 8 spinning, and ADORE them, I am new to the casting. I want 2 rods that can handle the new world record cat,, about 150 pounds. I know where she is, she's done broke 1 rod and made a fool of me once. Tell me, 8 ft 2 in., Can it handle ,,,65 lb. braid, drifting a 5 inch shad in 65 ft of water ,,, and a very urinated off female??? I've wasted to much $$ on junk, and conventional rods ain't cool. Will this rod handle it before I spend the bucks,? When the clicker drops the nonsense stops,!
1 Answers
One option to take a hard look at is the St.Croix Mojo cat rod. https://www.tackledirect.com/st-croix-mcc80xhf-mojo-cat-casting-rod-8-ft.html
Bernie
on March 6, 2018

Snook
from Jupiter, Florida asked:
September 25, 2017
What model would pair well with a tranx 400
1 Answers
Bernie
on September 25, 2017

Brooks
from Jupiter, Florida asked:
March 28, 2017
Was wondering which rod would pair up with my Calcutta 700b . Live bait fishing for snook , tarpon ,redfish etc.
1 Answers
The Phenix SMX-711MH M1 Inshore Baitcasting Rod would pair well with the 700B for the style of fishing you will be doing. Thank you for considering TackleDirect for your fishing needs.
Donald
on March 29, 2017

Jesus
from Greenfield ca asked:
March 13, 2017
Which rod will go best with a lexa 400
1 Answers
The Phenix SMX-711MH M1 Inshore Baitcasting Rod would match well with the Lexa 400. Thank you for considering TackleDirect for your fishing needs.
Donald
on March 16, 2017

Bob
from Sacramento, CA asked:
March 10, 2017
How many guides are there on the 7'-11"?
1 Answers
The 7' 11" model has 10 guides plus the tip.
Devon
on March 11, 2017

Will
from Orlando, FL asked:
December 2, 2015
Hi all fellow anglers, I'm currently looking at both SMX-82MH, and SMX-82H to pair up with a Shimano TranX. The line rating between both are 15-35 on the MH and 20-45 on the H, are the ratins for Mono or Braid? I'll be mostly fishing on the surf, jetty, and inlets (pretty much inshore) actively casting for Reds, Snook, Jacks, and Tarpons, which of both would suit better for the occasion? Also I NEED to know if the reel seat is big enough to comfortable fit the TranX?? I had the reel paired up with a Waxwing Terez rod and the reel seat was just a bit to small causing the reel to pop out once in a while!
1 Answers
Those ratings are for monofilament. The reel definitely fits in the seat just fine, I just tried it myself. You could go either way with the rod, it is a very solid combo either rod you go with. I would probably go with the lighter model, unless you are catching large tarpon.
David
on December 3, 2015

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