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Black Hole USA 9'2", 9'6" Striper Surf Rods

$395.00 - $417.00
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Black Hole 9'2", 9'6" Striper Surf Rods:

Main Target Fish:

  • Striper
  • Albie
  • Snook
  • Drum
  • Bluefish
  • Small Yellowfin Tuna

Components:

  • Fuji Alconite Guides (7 total)
  • FUJI Graphite Reel Seat (Double Downlock)
  • Nano Carbon Techonology (WXW Wide X-Wrapping)
  • EVA Grip
  • Rubber Butt Cap (No Gimbal)
  • Color: Chameleon Purple
  • Made in Korea

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STRIPER 92

9'2"

2pc at 6:4
(73.5" top, 38.5" bottom)

3/4~3oz

PE1~3
10~30lb

5.5oz

11oz

2.20/16.93mm

6.5" / 19.3"

Moderate
Fast Action

$395

$185

STRIPER 96

9'6"

2pc at 6:4
(75.5" top, 42" bottom)

1~5oz

PE2~4
20~40lb

7.3oz

12.1oz

2.91/20.11mm

6.5" / 19.3"

Moderate
Fast Action

$417

$196

 

 

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1 Year Warranty. Only covers breakage due to fishing. 1st replacement is free (except for shipping cost) and 60% of retail price will be charged from 2nd replacement within a year from purchase date.

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  • 5
    Black Hole Cape Cod Striper 92

    Posted by CPP on 29th Oct 2020

    Purchased this rod last year and found the 9'2" version to be an extremely versatile rod for all Fall Surf species. I had cut off approximately 3 inches off the tail end and pushed the butt cap back on so it can be more maneuverable while fighting the fish from different angles. It is extremely light (while paired with a Shimano Stradic 5000) and I didn't feel fatigued despite fishing for over 5 straight hours. While it delivered everything I had expected while fishing for Bluefish and schoolie Stripers, it really shined while I stopped by a jetty for "one last cast" while fishing for Blackfish. The backbone of the rod was strong enough to lift a keeper onto the rocks, while the tip was sensitive enough to detect the lightest taps. Can't wait to try it for Fluke next season.