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Denali Noirwood Spinning Rods


Price: $369.00

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Denali Noirwood Spinning Rods

Spinning N842MS Spinning 7' Med Fast $369
Denali Noirwood

With the Noirwood series of rods from Denali, our goal was to offer today’s angler the most sensitive rod on the planet. Everything from the tip to the butt is designed with sensitivity in mind, and the end result is the highest caliber fishing rod on the market today. The Noirwood series offers the angler the absolute finest rod built from only the finest components… assembled within the hands of America’s Rod Craftsmen.

The carbon fiber handles will actually let you feel more fish because it will conduct vibrations from the blank, whereas cork and EVA actually desensitize it. This is done with an Ergonomic split-grip system providing a positive grip with increased weight reduction.

Noirwood guides carry forward this same demand for the transference of sensitivity. ALPS Light XN guides are 28% lighter and are made with SS316 Stainless Steel providing strength and corrosion protection. This recessed ring design creates an enhanced glue surface between the ring and guide frame for better durability.

Noirwood blanks feature our highest modulus carbon fiber graphite material and unique technique-specific actions and tapers. The foundation is a “High Modulus / High Strain Rate” fiber combined with the lightest fiberglass scrim available. Imagine being able to feel every single bite and being able to feel the subtle differences in bottom hardness when jig fishing. This series of blanks offers what we believe to be the pinnacle of Bass blank design. Denali also backs the Noriwood series with a limited lifetime warranty to protect your investment.

Foregrips are made from an exotic Ebony stabilized hardwood. This fore-grip denotes a Denali trademark quality fishing rod. Though this does add a nice look to the rod, our reason for doing it was not only for the look, but mainly because it makes a better fishing rod. The wood foregrip will aid tremendously in transmitting vibrations as it is a very dense material, much moreso than cork and eva. And after five years of fishing your foregrip will still look new, unlike cork which will blacken and lose its fillers.

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