Lemax Black Rose spin rods hit the mark

 
The moment you pick up a Black Rose rod you feel why Lemax believe this is one of the best lightweight rods they have ever built.

It feels distinct. It feels useable. It oozes confidence and quality.  

The Black Rose series of spinning rods are a cornerstone of the Lemax range due to the quality of the blank it is built around and the components it uses. The breadth of the series offers choices for a variety of light tackle fun whether bombing snags for bream, wading for flathead or jigging plastics for snapper.  

The rods range from five to eight feet in length and feature quality components including Fuji silicon carbide (SiC) guides and Fuji reel seats and are suitable for line strengths ranging from 2-8kg.

For more information on Lemax rods visit Four Fish or email sales@fourfish.com.au
 
 

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