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ICAST 2013 Coverage


From 13 Comes No. 8

 

Date: 8/6/13
Location: Las Vegas, NV
Admission: Buyers & Press Only
Manufacturer: No. 8 (13 Fishing)
Reviewer: Wolbugger








Introduction:
From the guys at 13 Fishing is a new brand with the same numerical theme. No. 8 Tackle is the name, and their slogan “Fish Your Heart Out” aims to catch the eye of anglers seeking the ultimate in value and performance. This brand will be totally separate from 13 Fishing, with eye catching products that look unique and vibrant compared to others on the market. At ICAST we had a full tour of the No. 8 Tackle booth, and here is just a sampling of what they will be offering.

 

From the team at 13 Fishing comes a new brand positioned towards mainstream, meet No. 8

 

Candy Apple Rods: These rods are offered in both spinning and casting versions from 4'6” to 7'0” in length. Bright and attractive, they showcase red graphite blanks, white Evolve reel seats, split cork grips, and guides comprised of stainless steel with polished frames. A total of 10 spinning models are available, including 5 two-piece rods. Casting rods have 5 models, all with 1 piece construction. Regardless of what rod you choose, expect to pay $24.99.

 


The No.8 Candy Apple rods may retail for only $24.99 but they certainly look and feel higher end than the price indicates

 

Candy Apple Reels/Combos: What good is a Candy Apple rod, without a Candy Apple reel? This reel series comes in both spinning and casting flavors, and gives the angler a very nice level of refinement for such a cheap price. The spinning reel will come in a 2000 and 3000 size and retail for $39.99. These models include 4 ball bearings with instant anti-reverse, a 5.1:1 gear ratio, aluminum spool, and EVA knob. The 100 model casting reel boasts 6 ball bearings with instant anti-reverse, a 6.3:1 gear ratio, aluminum spool, and magnetic casting system all for a retail price of $49.99. Rod/reel combos are also available at a price of $59.99 for spinning and $69.99 for casting.

 


No.8 is also offering affordable complete combos

 


Zander checks out the baitcasting combo and is surprised by the $69.99 price point

 

Next Section: No.8 is Hellbent on value


 

 

 

 

 

 
 





 

 



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