While it is widely accepted that consumer electronics are the only devices which ideally should bear an “i-something” moniker, iRod has managed in successfully standing out as a non-electronic i-named brand.
As the purveyors of quality fishing gear and equipment, iRod has managed to rake in a significant following, with its newest Genesis rods crafted to only afford fishers with the best of options available in the market.
Its most recent entry in the Genesis II IRG744C-MH has easily made it one of the best casting rods available in the market today, bearing a 30 ton graphite construction that complements its total 7’4” length.
Revamped from the original Genesis lineup, the Genesis II offers a line weight accommodation between 10 to 18 lbs, with an overall variable lure weight support for ¼ to ¾ ounces. As a fast action rod, the Genesis IRG744C-MH bears a medium-heavy power rating.
Boasting a 10-inch sized rear grip, the rod is lined with 9 Pacific Bay Minima guides, with the entire rod weighing a total of 4.7 ounces, making it not only comfortable to hold, but also bearable to carry around and use.
One noteworthy construction-related aspect of the Genesis Rod is in its split EVA foam grips, a form factor that makes it quite comfortable to hold, yet rigid and sturdy enough to boast impressive in-field performances.
30% lighter than the original Genesis rods, the Genesis II IRG744C-MH is, all in all, an impressive option for fishers to include in their inventory of fishing equipment and gear.