Ocean’s Legacy Element Slow Pitching Rods

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The Ocean’s Legacy Slow Element has an extremely versatile range of slow pitch rods. All the blanks utilize a unique composite combination creating a supreme responsive slow pitch style tip with a powerful lower end, resulting in a rod that manipulates jigs with ease. Within a few months of the Element Range hitting the markets, it became recognized around the world as a rod that can not only impart superior jig action but also has the backbone to stop everything in its path! The range comes in both spin and overhead (conventional) models, with the conventional models utilizing a spiral or acid wrap guide concept to eliminate the opportunity for the line to touch the blank, retain the rods action and reducing tip wraps while jigging. If you are after a rod to work both soft plastics and jigs and will help you land that fish of a lifetime look no further than the Slow Element!

 Model Type Length PE Rating Jig Weight  Reel Seat Guides Pieces
ELSJ-S621ML Spin 6'2" PE 2.0 Max 80-200g Fuji DPS18 S/S K SIC 1
ELSJ-S621M Spin 6'2" PE 3.0 Max 120g-300g  Fuji DPS18 S/S K SIC 1
ELSJ-S621MH  Spin 6'2" PE 4.0 Max 160g-400g Fuji DPS18 S/S K SIC 1
ELSJ-B621ML Conventional 6'2" PE 2.0 Max 80-200g Fuji DPS18 S/S K SIC 1
ELSJ-B621M Conventional 6'2" PE 3.0 Max 120g-300g  Fuji DPS18 S/S K SIC 1
ELSJ-B621MH Conventional 6'2" PE 4.0 Max 160g-400g Fuji DPS18 S/S K SIC 1


PE 2.0 Max/ 0.235mm Max Braid Diameter/ Approx. 20lb Braid
PE 3.0 Max/ 0.285mm Max Braid Diameter/ Approx. 30lb Braid
PE 4.0 Max/ 0.330mm Max Braid Diameter  Approx. 40lb Braid 

PE Rating Break Down:
The most common use of "PE" is to measure the diameter of polyethylene fishing lines. A PE size (e.g PE 0.6, PE 1, PE 2, PE 3 and so on) is based on a Japanese numbering system called "gouw", which was originally used to measure the diameter of silk thread.

When a PE rating is applied to fishing line it's simply as a measure of the lines diameter - not the lines breaking strain. In fact, a line rated PE 5, for example, may break at 30lb, 50lb, 90lb or anywhere in between. This can be due to the quality of the fibers, amount of strands (i.e. 4, 8, 12 and 16 strand) and the spinning or braiding process of those strands.  

 

 





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