Fenwick Aetos Casting Rods

Priced: $179.99 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 4 reviews.
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Built for the demanding angler, the Aetos Casting Rod is the lightest and most advanced casting rod Fenwick has ever produced. Ultrasensitive, high-modulus graphite blanks are decked out with titanium guides and inserts, maximizing strength and performance while minimizing weight. TAC™ split cork grip and Fuji® skeleton reel seat has a barebones design for superior sensitivity and balance, letting you feel even the lightest bites. Manufacturer's limited lifetime warranty.
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Fenwick Aetos Casting Rods Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

One of the best

I own several expensive rods and this one is as good if not better than them all. I bought the 6'9" model (I think it is) at MH and you can pull stumps with it. Also it is VERY sensitive and comfortable to hold all day. I love this one especially since it has more room for your fingers to come in contact with the blank than most of this type. I use a Lew's Pro reek with it and I wish I would have bought all of this brand and type rod.
lookingup at Cabelas on 10/04/2013

Great Rod

I love this rod. Another great rod from Fenwick. Great feel at a amazing price. I would put these rods up against any rod in this price range..... Best bang for your buck.
Danko at Cabelas on 07/12/2013

Fantastic Rod

Bought this 2 months ago. Just plain love it. This rod is amazing. Lite with enough power to bring in the big ones.
Jimfish1 at Cabelas on 07/09/2013

Negative Reviews:

A top guide is no use with titanium!

I used this rod for cranking for one week, but have missed a precious big game by a line break. I was able to sharpen the ring of the top guide by the friction of the line when I checked the guide of the rod. I have been going to change a top guide in a fishing tackle shop. I used 12Lb. test of the STREN original, but the top guide whom load depends on has bad durability at the titanium guide ring. You should change the specifications to the SIC ring.
Bsquared2 at Cabelas on 12/17/2013