Megabass Valkyrie VKC-71H

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Valkyrie VKC-71H

Length: 7'1"

Weight: 183g

Lure Capacity: 3/8 - 2ox

Line Capacity: 12-30lbs

Guide setting: Spiral Wrap

Handle Length

Basic : 265mm, Long : 285mm, Short : 235mm

The versatile frog shaft VKC-71H is a rod that not only allows for effective frog games in mats, but also twitching in front of reeds and in open-water pockets. The high-torque lifting power helps it maintain control during cover games, and the exquisite rod action and balance make for a convincing presentation in front of reeds. Strong fights in heavy vegetation and lively actions in open areas can all be done with this one versatile frog game shaft.

Technical:

In ancient times, kimono belts were made using a very exacting process of textile weaving that maximized strength. Passed down over many generations, kimonos are a very durable garment with a high degree of structural beauty. At the Megabass Rod Factory, we analyzed that construction and fed it back into our rod technology. The result was multiple layered sheets woven out of 40% powerful and high elongation micro glass fiber and 60% super lightweight carbon graphite fiber. This dramatically increased the hoop strength of the shaft, torsional and superb weight reduction, resulting in a material with superior durability under even the most hostile conditions. Following in the footsteps of YOLOY and KABT, SHIELZ is Megabass’ third high-strength structural material.

The MAHS adjustable handle length system enables optimal rod balance by adjusting handle length at-will according to the weight of the equipped reel. The length of the rear handle can also be changed on the fly according to the situation, shortening the handle to attack heavy cover with pinpoint casts, and lengthening for increased leverage for long distance casting. For fights with big fish that require greater torque, use the longer setting. For areas with narrow footing or when you’re lifting those big monsters up onto the boat use the short setting. This unique Megabass system significantly increases ease of use with long rods.