Okuma Pink Femme Fatale 7ft 4-6kg 2 Pce Fishing Rod - Spin Rod with Solid Tip
Okuma Pink Femme Fatale 7' Fishing Rod
Teaming up with the National Breast Cancer Foundation, Okuma have come up with a unique and fun way to show their support by designing a rod to suit every woman’s needs.
The Femme Fatale rod was the first of its kind in Australia – a pioneer if you will – and was designed 100% for women after extensive research was undertaken nationally.
The Femme Fatale rod comes with the a 3 year Okuma Warranty and features an integrated solid tip – sure to make even the most seasoned anglers green with envy.
The Femme Fatale rod will be a great Birthday, Mothers Day, Christmas or ‘just because’ gift, and every female will love it because of its National Breast Cancer Foundation logo, pink colour and Femme Fatale branding!
Great rod for the wifeBy: Geoff Walker on 3 March 2019I bought the Okuma Femme Fatale for my wife for her anniversary present, (i like living on the edge!) She loves it, it's well balanced and has a comfortable grip. For the price and fast delivery, i couldn't go wrong!
Quality productBy: Paul on 21 February 2019Great rod not to heavy for inshore but heavy enough for off shore
Okuma Pink Femme Fatale 7ft 4-6kg 2 Pce Fishing RoBy: Jamie H. on 20 February 2019I bought this rod for the missus to replace an old one that snapped. The both of us are really impressed with the quality of this rod. I certainly wasn't expecting it to be so well made. If the wife wants something a little different, then this is the rod for her.
Great rod for the wifeBy: Geoff Walker on 19 February 2019I bought the Okuma Femme Fatale for my wife for her anniversary present, (i like living on the edge!) She loves it, it's well balanced and has a comfortable grip. For the price and fast delivery, i couldn't go wrong!
Femme FataleBy: Brett on 17 August 2018The Okuma Femme Fatale is one of the best value for money rods on the market. Its capable of dishhtinf decent fish and great for beginners with its flexible fibreglass blank which won’t snap if you pull a fish out of the water with it.