Megabass Orochi XX Spinning Rods
Inspired by the Orochi, the ancient dragon god of water, the Orochi XX series seeks to capture the raw power and control of its namesake through Megabass’ cutting-edge multi-axis blank manufacturing process, and an uncompromising eye for quality.
Crafted of super low-resin carbon up to the 40-ton grade, the materials of each Orochi blank are custom matched to the rod’s intended application. Each blank features a vertical-axis carbon core wrapped with a 2-axis XX-Micro Carbon layer, followed by an additional vertical-axis carbon layer.
Each blank is then finished off with a 4-axis carbon wrap that goes from the butt section to the mid-section, for a total of 6-axis. Since carbon material is strongest along its axis, this unique manufacturing process adds significant strength to combat blank twist and improve overall structural integrity—all without adding unnecessary weight.
Each Orochi XX is purpose-built for tournaments, and our craftsmen know that a single cast can make all the difference. Each rod has a carefully selected range of tangle-free Fuji KWSG, KR-H, and Fuji small caliber Alconite guides for smooth casting and increased sensitivity; Fuji reel seats; Megabass custom ITO Head Locking Reel Seat (PAT.); a rubber/cork composite end cap to protect against fierce hook sets; and lastly, that fit and finish you can only expect from Megabass.
- Product Specs
Manufacturer Megabass Color Black Shop By Fishing Rod Rod Type Spinning Technique/Species Bass Series Orochi
Customer Reviews 2 item(s)
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Awesome guy's down there at American Legacy.
First rod suffered minor damage during shipment they replaced no questions. Looking forward to doing more business with them.
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The Megabass Ronin is a great all around rod. I have used it for crank baits, plastics, and jerk baits. The rod has an excellent backbone as I have set multiple, powerful hooksets with no issue. In addition, the sensitive is amazing as I can detect when a bass took my bait. The only drawbacks are no hook keeper (which has become annoying, especially for the price you pay for it) and the rod can be a bit stiff when casting jerkbaits. Overall I would give this rod a 9.5 out of 10.