Bull Bay Rods Brute Force Spinning Rod
Bull Bay Rods Brute Force Spinning Rod

Bull Bay Rods Brute Force Spinning Rod

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The Brute Force name is self explanatory. When you need to rip a grouper out of the rocks, turn that stubborn tarpon, manhandle that snapper from the bottom, or put the heat on a monster amberjack, look no further! Pelagics beware!

Brute Force Boat Rod Details:

  • Custom Tapered EVA Grips
  • Rubber gimble butt grip
  • Custom double locking nut aluminum body reel seat
  • SS316 Double foot tangle free guides on Spinning – Double foot boat guides on conventional
  • EGlass blank with Graphite core

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    Jason Bever
    I Like them

    I haven’t had much time to use them as of yet but by all accounts I like the rods thus far.

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    Dave Nickles
    Gift for my son-in-law

    He loves this new reel. He has fished mine a few times and is impressed with the balance on the Bull Bay rod I gave him with it and the smooth drag.

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    Alyssa Cruce

    My fiancé loves it

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    Matthew Fletcher
    impressive rod with great action

    Excellent rod super tight with just the right give when it’s needed

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    Kent Seymer
    Stealth Snipers

    I already had a Bull Bay Sniper that was my favorite rod so I added a couple Stealth Snipers when it was time to upgrade from another brand. The cork handled Sniper is still my favorite rod but these Stealth versions are a very close second. I guess my personal preferance is for the feel of the cork. That said, I would buy the Stealth version in a heartbeat if my local store only carried them. I put a 3000 Vanford on one of them and the combination is just silly light. It's really fun to cast. The other rod got a BG-MQ 3000. Its heavier but still well balanced and its just a brute.