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    ARTICO AQUILA MARINA 50 LBS POPPING SERIES

    €405.00


    Model: Aquila Marina 50 lbs
    Line Rating: 20 / 30 / 50 lbs
    Blanck: High-Module Carbon Premium FERRARI
    Rods Lenght ft: 7' - 7'6''
    Sections: 2
    Handle/Rod Butt: Detachable - Aluminium and EVA Grip
    Joint: Put-In
    Type of Guides: KWAG Fuji Alconite or Fuji Sic or Fuji Bnog
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    These extreme rods use premium quality Ferrari-Artico graphite blanks engineered for heavy-duty performance while staying lightweight for comfortable all-day fishing. An innovative series for ‘popping’, the technical advancement of this rod is in the handle, constructed against taper with different materials, which allows it to have continuity of action for distance casts and more control boat-side during fights with large fish. These properties can reduce the physical effort of the fisherman by 30%. The second technical innovation is in the drum, constructed with a system of composite materials. 
    The blank is devoid of a spine with the following advantages:
    - blank of the rod has an equal consistent action
    - In the casting action, the lure travels in the desired direction. During the fight with big fish, the rod always maintains precise bending, reducing the risk of breakage and damage.

    The Aquila Marina poppers are entirely made in Italy and available in 10 different models for all requirements: from tuna to dorado. All models have different assembly possibilities of the famous K Fuji series. Strengthened “put-in” handle, EVA grip and Fuji graphite glass. The rods are light, strong and quick for launching incredibly long distances and easy to handle in the boat. These rods associate the latest construction technologies in the materials used with all the craftsmanship experience of a great company. Essential look and well balanced launching action.

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