Storm 9313007458424

Storm Gomoku Nero Spin Rod

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The Japanese development team at Storm have nurtured and refined the Gomoku way into a specific concept. Gomoku jigging allows anglers to adopt traditional vertical jigging methods on a much smaller scale – a proven Japanese method of targeting a large variety of species in various scenarios. 
Now the Gomoku concept is adapting and evolving to cover even more fishing scenarios, covering everything from light line finesse fishing to eging (squid fishing)

Gomoku rods cover it all, and encompass some of the most exhilarating and exciting forms of fishing. 

Light, crisp and responsive graphite blanks, with their distinctive white finish make Storm Gomoku rods a standout on the water and on the shelf. Colour coded grips make choosing the right model easy. 


- High modulus graphite blank construction 
- Fuji Alconite KR guide system 
- Fuji VSS reel seat 
- Coloured EVA Grips 
-  Parabolic fish fighting action 
- Extended rod butt to maximise power and comfort (jigging models)


Model: GONS5101MH (Kodachi)
Length: 5'10"
Pieces: 1
Line Weight: 2.0 - 4.0 PE
Max Jig Weight: 220g
Style : Spin
Grip Colour: Black

Model: GONS601L (Erito)
Length: 6'
Pieces: 1
Line Weight: 0.8 - 1.5 PE
Max Jig Weight: 120g
Style : Spin
Grip Colour: Red

Model: GONS601UL (Keiryo)
Length: 6'
Pieces: 1
Line Weight: 0.4 - 1.0 PE
Max Jig Weight: 40g
Style : Spin
Grip Colour: Green

Model: GONS601M (Kaiten)
Length: 6'
Pieces: 1
Line Weight: 1.0 - 3.0 PE
Max Jig Weight: 160g
Style : Spin
Grip Colour: Blue

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Reviewed by Tony P., from Australia
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Great rod for jigging

Great rod, fast delivery as always.

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