Daiwa Presso Ultralight Spinning Rods

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Daiwa Presso Ultralight Spinning Rods -
Crafted of IM-7 graphite blanks for superior casting power with light lures. The shock-absorbing action of the rod lets you land larger fish on fine lines. Micropitch blank taping evenly distributes resin and graphite for maximum power and sensitivity. Minima reel seat and black ring guides reduce weight while enhancing sensitivity. Lightweight, split-grip cork handles offer flawless performance, even in wet conditions.
These superior ultralight actions come in lengths up to 8’ for a combination of casting power with light lures—shock absorbing action to handle strong fish on ultra-fine lines. Micro-pitch taping of the blank during curing assures even distribution of resin and graphite for maximum power and sensitivity.
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Marriage Made in Trout Heaven

I spotted her in the rod rack while my reel was being repaired; long and lithe, blonde accents from the cork grips. She was so light in my hand, soft and supple, yet you could feel the strength down deep. I just knew then and there I had to have her. We left the shop together that day and we've been together ever since. I have the 7', 2 piece model and figure it's about right from my steams in Western PA. I've switched back and forth from a small Shimano Sedona 1500 to a Okuma 25 to a Plueger President 30 series. I fish mostly with small plastics or natural baits drifted under a Trout Magnet float. It will throw these light presentations 40-50' with little problem and the longer length allows me to mend line while drifting. The only problem with the longer rod is when the leaves really come out...tangles on back casts can be a problem. And, when you want to get the lead out, it will throw a 1/8th oz. Rooster Tail a country mile. Factory service is a whiz too. I managed to break the tip last summer thru stupidity which will remain shrouded in mystery. Some phone calls and emails and I had a replacement in 2 weeks. The only problem to mention is the diameter of the tip. It's too big and will allow BB split shot and Trout Magnet jigs right through wasting a lot of time getting everything rigged again. But, what marriage is perfect?
OldTireman at Cabelas on 12/11/2013

Presso 7 ft rod

I paired this with the 1500 Procyon reel. Not the most balanced outfit I have but used many times in the last month and am pleased. I wanted a longer crappie set up for boat fishing plus my five and a half footer has seen better days. Eight pound braid helps to cast small jigs and cranks away from the boat.
I have landed numerous panfish along with some nice two pound bass. Rod had plenty of backbone getting those bass landed plus sensitive enough to feel the light panfish bite. Two piece was not my first choice but has been an advantage for transporting to my "honey hole" ponds.
Allseasonfisherman at Cabelas on 10/31/2013

Trout Rod

I just picked this up at the Cabela's in Reno and used it for the first time yesterday. Its by far the best trout rod ive fished with. It is super sensitive and casts small lures as well as lures up to 1/4 ounce a respectable distance. I have the 6'6 model and it cast well in tight areas unlike other rods I have used.
Norcaltroutman at Cabelas on 03/18/2013

great crappie rod

This rod casts light lures like a dream. Great sensitivity and enough backbone to land a 21" walleye a few weeks ago.
Dick4bows at Cabelas on 06/18/2013