EricL

FS: 2x OTI g3 oceanxtreme 6' 300g Jigging Rods. Brand new. Never used.

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I have 2 brand new OTI g3 6' 300g jigging rods.

Spinning version.

OTI 3103-60s

 

One even still have the tags. The other probably lost it when I moved the garage around.

 

I bought these to use as loaners whenever family or friends come onto a boat trip with me.

Never got a chance to use them.

 

Nice jigging rods. Good power.

Can jig upwards to a bit more then 10oz.

So you can bottom fish this also, jigging or PB.

 

$150 each.

$270 if you take the pair.

Pickup only.  Located in Brooklyn, NY.

 

I dont have anymore rod tubes to ship with unfortunately.

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Just now, Shallowminded31 said:

If you decide to ship let me know. interested but in FL

letme try to find another tube.  $270 shipped for the pair sound good?

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45 mins ago, Drewtuna1993 said:

how heavy r the rods need something power but light to handle all day jigging

Average of 420 gram a rod.  About 15oz~. 

Considerably good for a off the shelf, thick wall blank. Should take knocks and bangs pretty well without worry.

 

Should be able to handle up to 100-160 lbs on the top end. Fish in the 50s should be easy.

 

With reel on, balance point is on foregrip above reel stem.

See pic. Without reel. It already balances right at the seat.

 

If you're interested. Take both.  I have to go search for a solid tube to ship anyways. That's a hassle when most stores are still closed.  i dont think ill find 2 tubes.

 

These rods sold for about 200-250 each back then.

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9 hours ago, ooeric said:

Average of 420 gram a rod.  About 15oz~. 

Considerably good for a off the shelf, thick wall blank. Should take knocks and bangs pretty well without worry.

 

Should be able to handle up to 100-160 lbs on the top end. Fish in the 50s should be easy.

 

With reel on, balance point is on foregrip above reel stem.

See pic. Without reel. It already balances right at the seat.

 

If you're interested. Take both.  I have to go search for a solid tube to ship anyways. That's a hassle when most stores are still closed.  i dont think ill find 2 tubes.

 

These rods sold for about 200-250 each back then.

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If you go to Home Depot they have a light pvc tube in the plumbing section. Then one solid end cap and another with screw end. Cut it to length. 4” diameter should hold both. I think all in was about $20 when I did it. 

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