Octant Series Inshore Spinning Rods

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The Octant Inshore Series is designed not only to perform a wide range of techniques for targeting saltwater species, it also incorporates elements meant to hold up to the unique rigors of inshore angling. The hybrid split grips pair the feel and slip resistance of the upper cork handle with the durability of the lower EVA section to weather the use of rod holders. The Fast-action taper and 24/30 carbon blend assure an ideal balance of sensitivity and durability. Whether you’re throwing popping cork rigs for trout and bass, skipping jerkbaits under the mangroves, or free-running shrimp, the Octant series is ready to help you put fish in the boat.


    • Action: Fast / Extra Fast
    • 1-Piece 24/30 Japanese Toray Carbon construction
    • Fuji Guides
    • Rubberized Cork with EVA Butt

Extra-Fast models:

  • OCTS608M
  • OCTS608MH

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Model Length Weight (oz.) Power Handle Length # of Guides Line (lb) Lure Wt
OCTS708ML 7'8" 4.7 ML 11.25" 8 + Tip 6 - 12 1/8 - 3/8oz
6'8" 4.1 M 9.25" 7 + Tip 8 - 14 1/4 - 1/2oz
OCTS700M 7'0" 4.5 M 9.75" 8 + Tip 8 - 14 1/4 - 1/2oz
7'4" 4.5 M 10.5" 8 + Tip 8 - 14 1/4 - 1/2oz
OCTS608MH(XF) 6'8" 4.3 MH 9.25" 8 + Tip 12 - 20
1/2 - 3/4oz
OCTS700MH 7'0" 4.5 MH 9.75" 8 + Tip 12 - 20
1/2 - 3/4oz
OCTS704MH 7'4" 4.7 MH 10.5"  8 + Tip 12 - 20
1/2 - 3/4oz



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3 Reviews

  • 5
    Really good fishing pole .

    Published by Jeff marcum on 13th Feb 2022

    I paired it with a Shimano Saragosa 5000 and it is a complete beast .

  • 5
    Octant Series Rods

    Published by Captain Jay Cranford on 4th Feb 2022

    Love the feel, sensitivity and the weight. Plenty of backbone and no fatigue after fishing all day! Captain Jay Coastal Ga Fishing

  • 4
    Octant Inshore Fishing Rod

    Published by Kevin Edwards on 22nd Dec 2021

    Great performing fishing rods. The only concern I have that is driving the score down slightly is due to a medium light rod breaking at the first guide the very first time I set the hook on a fish. Being very familiar with composites, this appeared to be due to scratch across the Fibre grain at the guide, creating a weak point in the high modulus rod tip. The break was clean and without fibrous projection that would otherwise indicate longitudinal cracking or over-stressing of the rod itself. As we prepare to enter the Elite Redfish Series, these will be our rods of choice unless a rod sponsor comes along. Watch for us on Discovery TV.

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