Challenger Bank

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Hand assembled with the finest components available today our spinning build models feature a sanded matte carbon blank, DPSM reel seat ,EVA grips, door knob butt cap and Fuji CC Silver Fazlite guides wrapped in black with silver trim bands, Conventional & spiral wrapped build models feature a sanded matte carbon blank, TCSM trigger reel seat, EVA grips, door knob butt cap and Fuji CC Silver Fazlite guides wrapped in black with silver trim bands.

Any of the models can be ordered in one of our custom paint colors, please allow an additional 14-21 days for custom painted orders.

Guide upgrades are available below, If you would like to change any of the standard build options please include them in the comments section when checking out . Any questions please call or email us .

Model

Length

Rating

Line

691UL

6'9"

.5-1.5oz

8-16#

791UL

7'9"

.5-1.5oz

8-16#

701L

7'

.5-2oz

10-20#

731M

7'3"

1-4oz

20-25#

761MH

7'6"

3-6oz

20-40#

731H

7'3"

4-10oz

20-60#

801L

8'

.5-2oz

10-20#

801M

8'

2-4oz

20-30#

801MH

8'

3-6oz

30-40#

801H

8'

4-10oz

40-60#




691UL (Ultra Light):

Our lightest Challenger Bank series. We've tested with 10oz sinker for 10+lb Fluke!

Targets: Target Fish: Fluke, Sea Trout, Red Fish, Calico Bass, Snapper, Squid, Mahi

701L (Light):

The rod is light like a feather and very thin. The blank weighs only 2.5 oz, but it is strong enough to swing one gallon of water (8lb). The beauty of this rod is that the tip is extremely sensitive to detect any delicate bites, but it has strong backbone and power. This rod is good for fluke, snapper, scup and even striped bass or blue.

Targets: Fluke, Sea Trout, Red Fish, Calico Bass, Snapper

731M (Medium):

There is no ultimate togging rods as fishermen have different taste, but I can not think of any better togging rod than the Challenger Bank 731M. The rod reminds of original GLoomis rods, but it has softer tip while having tremendous lifting power for its class. This rod is good for blackfish, striped bass, yellowtail, mutton snapper. In fact, it can handle any inshore fishes. The blank weighs only 3.8oz.

Targets: Blackfish, Striped Bass, Bluefish, Yellowtail, Big Red Fish, Light Cod or Seabass Jigging, Big Snapper

761MH (Medium Heavy):

Targets: Deepwater Seabass, Light Yellowtail Jigging, Striped Bass, Bluefish, Red Snapper, Mutton Snapper, Blackfin

731H (Heavy):

This rod is good for deep drop, cod, tuna, halibut or grouper. When you target big fish like tuna, grouper, or halibut, you think of heavy-duty rods. However, this light and thin rod can handle big fish like heavy-duty rods, but in half weight. The blank weighs 5.6oz, but 200lb tuna have been landed.

Targets: Deep Drop, Big Halibut, Deep Water Seabass Jigging, Cod or Tuna Jigging

801 Series:

These 8’ blanks are developed for West Coast fishermen on long range boats, but some anglers on the East Coast or Gulf Coast like such long rods for inshore and offshore.

801L (Light)

801M (Medium):

We landed many 10+lb Togs and 35lb Cod with 801M Rod.

Targets: Blackfish, Striped Bass, Bluefish, Yellowtail, Big Red Fish, Light Cod or Seabass Jigging, Big Snapper

801MH (Medium Heavy):

Targets: Deepwater Seabass, Light Yellowtail Jigging, Striped Bass, Bluefish, Red Snapper, Mutton Snapper, Blackfin

801H (Heavy):

Targets: Deep Drop, Big Halibut, Deep Water Seabass Jigging, Cod or Tuna Jigging