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DUNRU Telescopic Fishing Rod Rod 1.8m 1.68m0.8-5g Ultralight Spi

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Product description

Fishing Rods Lightweight and comfortable – Lightweight fishing rods allow you to feel hand balance, help improve your range of motion and reduce fatigue.

Fishing Rods Very suitable for freshwater bass trout fishing, sea fishing or offshore fishing.

Position: Ocean Boat Fishing
Position: Ocean Rock Fshing
Position: Ocean Beach Fishing

Position: LAKE
Position: River
Position: Reservoir Pond
Position: stream
Category: Lure Rod
Material: Carbon
Top Diameter: 0.9mm
Hardness: SOFT

DUNRU Telescopic Fishing Rod Rod 1.8m 1.68m0.8-5g Ultralight Spi

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