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Eagle Claw Addictive Fishing Mogan Spinning Combo - Dick's Sporting Goods

Eagle Claw Addictive Fishing Mogan Spinning Combo

Item Number: 15401526
Price: $99.99
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2SIZE 7'6


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The Eagle Claw® Addictive Fishing Mogan Spinning Combo is built to impress and perform on the water. Captain Blair Wiggins helped create this dynamic IM6 graphite blank two piece combo with 8 + 1 aluminum oxide guides. With features like a cork grip, aluminum spool and graphite reel frame, this Eagle Claw spinning combo is constructed with durability, comfort and power in mind.


  • 2 piece combo
  • Blair Wiggins design
  • IM6 graphite blank construction
  • Aluminum Oxide guides
  • Durable and long-lasting graphite reel seat
  • Cork grip
  • 4 ball bearings
  • Pre-spooled with 12 lbs. Fins Braid line
  • 1 year manufacturer warranty
  • Eagle Claw

For additional information relating to the Manufacturer's Warranty, please contact 720-941-8718.


Power: M-Medium

Rod Power & Length: M 7'6"
  • Model: MSMC762
  • Gear Ratio: 5.2:1
  • Line Weight: 6-12 lbs
  • Lure Weight: 1/4-1/2 oz

Country Of Origin: China

Customer Reviews

Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 7 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Better than expected. Used it on the flats and it casted farther than I expected. Really glad I purchased two. April 2, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by it is great its amazing caught trout. snook.redfish and two 70lb tarpon that were in my snooklight. March 3, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by really good its awsome i went fishing and caught snook,tarpon,redfish,and two bonnetthead shark. February 21, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by Great but misleading! I baught the combo along with other braided string just in case the line on there was bad, so I threw my first cast and I got a wind knot, second third and fourth cast, a wind knot. So I go home to take off the string and I get to about 50 yards of taking off the orange threaded and what do I find underneath? MONO!!! I was furious.. They don't say anywhere in the description that there is mono in te rod... But whatever, I put on the new line and it's awesome! I got spider wire. The rod is so light that you feel the little bites and set the hook with ease, but is so strong it can hold up to pretty powerful fish! February 12, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Rod I really like this rod because of the sensitivity. I first used it with a guide who had one down in Port Charlotte. I've got 4 or 5 Ugly Sticks which are pretty versatile but I could actually feel the bait (minhaden) pulling against the tip when fishing mangroves with a cork. I have the 6' 9" spinning rod and would recommend it to anyone who does a lot of flats fishing. I also like mono on it better than braid. It seems to spool a lot smoother. Good rod for the price. February 11, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Great Combo This combo is great, not excellent, but because of the value factor for what you get it is great. Pros Reasonable price great rod, descent reel. Cons The reel is not top quality, drag is so so, also the prestrung reel with braid is way short of how much braid most will want, it is more mono with already with built in memory loops. after the first cast I noticed the mono backing was already more than half the line and the cast had reached the backing. February 8, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Fix it This is a great little rod. The function and look are outstanding, except for one thing, the hook keeper is garbage. The keeper sticks out like a sore thumb and because it is rubber, it will eventually break down. After it is gone, you are forced to use either the cork or the eyelet to store your hook (neither is a good choice). January 14, 2013
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