Experienced fishermen know the proper spinning rod makes all the difference when downsizing. Our extremely sensitive ICON series spinning rods have perfectly matched tip actions that allow pin-point casting control with the proper amount of power. Cashion ICON series spinning fishing rods were designed with exceptional tip and lighter powers for fishing with shaky heads, drop shots, or smaller jigs. Cashion Finesse style spinning rods have approximately 12”-16” of tip which then turns to backbone. The tip allows for excellent casting control and excellent hook sets with single hook baits or when throwing smaller moving baits on spinning tackle.
The ICON Blanks Are Designed And Rolled In Sanford, NC
Cashion ICON blanks have to be experienced. You will feel the difference. The ICON blanks are designed and rolled in Sanford, NC with American sourced carbon fiber pre-preg with an engineered epoxy. Immediately you notice how light the ICON spinning rods feel in your hand. ICON blanks are un-sanded, which protects the blank with an epoxy encapsulation, plus looks distinguished.
The ICON spinning fishing rods are designed with a high quality American Tackle graphite Reel Seat, and size #6 guides which give you unheard of sensitivity. The Cashion ICON Spinning rod EVA foregrip and locking nut grip keep the threads hidden to maximize your comfort. ICON Spinning Reel Seat handle is the most comfortable design Cashion has ever produced. Not to mention All ICON rods feature a butt and manufactured using carbon fiber / fiberglass, which feels great in your hands as well as increasing durability. Cashion grips are more durable than cork or foam, plus they are denser, which allows vibrations experienced at the rod tip to travel directly to your finger tips. The combination of the extreme materials in the blank design, quality American Tackle graphite reel seat, size #6 guides, and Cashion’s split grip handles, makes this the most technologically advanced finesse Spinning Rod available.
*Measured from behind the reel seat to the butt of the rod