[United State] JACOB WHEELER
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Okuma Cerros low profile reels feature alumilite frame construction provides more precise tolerances for precision gear alignment, maximum cast ability and ultimate durability. 9 bearings plus quick-set anti-reverse bearing set free enhanced casting distance from the machined aluminum spool and ultra-smooth cranking while delivering authoritative hooksets.- ALC: Rigid diecast aluminum frame - A6061-T6 machined aluminum, anodized V-shaped spool - Multi-disc composite drag system - 9BB + 1RB bearings drive system - Micro-click drag star for precise drag settings - External adjustable magnetic cast control system - 24-point adjustment on cast control for precise settings - Quick-Set anti-reverse roller bearing - Corrosion resistant graphite side plates - Side plate access port for quick spool changes - Light weight and comfortable EVA handle knobs - Available in both right and left hand retrieve
Okuma HELIOS rods come with a convenient Fuji EZ Moveable Hook Keeper. This lightweight, yet strong hook keeper attaches and detaches from the rod quickly and easily and can be placed anywhere on the rods. It folds down easily when not in use and comes with two different size O-rings to accommodate different rod diameters.- 40-Ton carbon, ultra sensitive blank construction - Rods starting as light as 3.5 ounces - Casting “CM” rods feature ALPS Mini Guide System - Casting “C” rods feature traditional ALPS guide sizing - All casting models feature hard Zirconium inserts for braided line - Spinning “SKR” rods feature Fuji’s KR “Rapid Choke” guides. - Fuji’s KR frames feature a tangle free sloped ring design - SKR rods feature Fuji Alconite guide inserts for braided line - Zero foregrip design for improved balance and weight reduction - Lightweight skeleton reel seats on both spinning and casting - Split grip butt design for reduced weight and improved balance - Fuji moveable hook keeper for precise keeper placemen
Okuma TCS rods is designed by success professional anglers - Scott Martin for tournament concept fishing, feature ultra sensitive 30T carbon blank construction, are available for both casting rods and spinning rods.- Scott Martin designed rods for tournament concept fishing - All rods have been designed for specific tournament applications - 30-Ton carbon, ultra sensitive blank construction - EVA split grip and EVA foregrip for reduced weight and feel - Foregrip specifically designed so reel seat threads are not exposed - Customized C-40X carbon reel seats on casting and spinning - Hard aluminum oxide guide inserts for use with braided line - ALPS stainless steel guide frames on both casting and spinning - Intermediate guide sizing on casting rods allows improved knot clearance - Scott Martin Specialty Flipping Guide on Mat Daddy and Flipping/Jig rod - Hook keeper placement in split grip area for more versatility
Okuma EVx Carbon rods are responsive, balanced, professional-level bass fishing rods that are accessible to all anglers. All rod lengths in the line offer two options in power. Within this design, bass anglers have one power up or down at every rod length to precisely dial-in the needs of each fishing technique and presentation.- 30-Ton ultra-sensitive and responsive carbon blank construction - EVx rods were design to be technique specific for tournament anglers - Spinning models: Sea Guide Deep-press frame to protect inserts - Spinning guides feature a 2-stage slope reducing line tangles - Sea Guides spinning frames feature “LS” Zirconium guide inserts - Casting models feature stainless steel ALPS guide frames - Deep press casting frames protect the super hard aluminum oxide insert - All models feature a screw down EVA foregrip to hide reel seat threads - EVx features split rear EVA contoured grips. (Crankbait rods are full grip) - Stainless steel hook keepers to accommodate technique specific rods
Watch the video and see how Jacob Wheeler uses this kind of old school lure to catch BIG FISH.
You ever wonder what runs through the mind of a touring professional fisherman. What techniques they would use in certain situations.
Okuma and Bassmaster Elite Pro Jacob Wheeler gives us some tips on his jerkbait techniques, and how to entice those fish not so willing to bite into massive strikes.