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Published on Mar 29, 2012

Many of the best fishing destinations require travel, and the cost of either shipping or travelling with full-sized rods continues to escalate. For anglers, the most common choice is to use the rods available at the lodge or destination which oftentimes includes fishing rods that are overpowered or heavily worn.

Okuma Nomad Travel rods deliver easy travel, thoughtful construction and top end performance to your inshore and offshore fishing trips. Nomad Travel rods feature Okuma's OC9 blank technology that begins with a premium graphite rod blank which is then finished with an exterior carbon wrap for durability. Each rod is built in a 3-piece design and includes two individual tip sections, with one tip lighter than the other. The design allows you to fine-tune each individual rod to the needs of the fishing, keeping overall rod count down.

Nomad Travel Rods include a custom waterproof travel case with shoulder strap and are protected by the Okuma Limited Lifetime Warranty. See the Okuma website for a complete list of premium features and components.

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