7'6" | 4-10 lb. | Moderate Action | Medium-Light Power | 1 Piece | 6.0 Tip | 0.52 Butt

These fantastic new E-Glass models will soon become your favorites. Not only are they excellent actions, finished in a matte black finish but also are very light weight. Available in Light and Med/Lt powers in 1 and 2 piece models for any of your favorite light Freshwater applications.

These durable rod blanks provide the professional custom builder and hobbyist a dependable rod blank they can rely on for years to come. All blanks come with a 1-Year Limited Warranty.

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Specifications

Length:7'6"
Pieces:1
Line Weight:4-10 lb.
Power:Medium-Light
Action:Moderate
Tip Size:6.0 (~2.4mm)
Butt Diameter:0.52
Description:Value E-Glass Freshwater
Color:Matte Black
Application:Crappie & Panfish, Trout & Stream
Brand:CRB
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Can't beat this one for the price

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I ordered two of these. We fish for sunfish and tilapia on the Colorado River and the occasional stocked trout in the winter out here in Yuma AZ. I built one blank for a friend. The other I will use for a shop display example and also take it out when I panfish. I love the value for how much rod you are getting. At 7' 6", this blank has a wonderful moderate action suitable for floats, jigs, and slack lining bait. I also test casted the first finished rod with some very small crappie type crank baits, spinners, and weights within the rating. I was pleased with the distance and retrieve. The blank was outfitted with airwave spinning guides and a reverse taper Japanese style light weight split grip. With a standard size 16 pac bay spinning seat, the finished rod weighs 5.5 ounces with quite a bit of thread work and 4 coats of epoxy in the tiger wrap of the split grip. They are not perfectly straight: that's pretty much my only con: both have a bit of curve in the tip that lines up with the spine. Neither I nor my buddy really mind this because we both understand it's an inexpensive item that will perform well for our purposes regardless of this small con.

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