International V IGFA

Built PENN tough, the International® V IGFA chair rods feature a one piece tubular construction rod with a parabolic taper that is ideal for fighting fish from the chair, applying maximum pressure to the fish with a mechanical advantage in favor of the angler. Paired with an International V series reel, any angler becomes a formidable opponent to the largest offshore species. Between ideal tapers and quality craftsmanship, International V IGFA rods should be your first choice when looking for and offshore trolling rod.

Aftco Roller Guides

Every International V IGFA rod is equipped with Aftco® Roller guides which eliminates strain on the angler and gives them added leverage allowing them to bear down on tournament winning fish with no worries.

Butt Section

The International V IGFA boat rods come with a detachable lightweight Stuart® aluminum butt section for unmatched strength and versatility.

Stuart Aluminum Reel Seat

Stuart components provide increased strength and aluminum butts allow for easy access in and out of the rod holder.

EVA Foregrip

EVA foregrips give anglers added comfort for long battles and maximize grip against hard pulling fish.

Suggested rod to reel combos

Features

1 piece hollow e-glass construction

Aftco roller guides (select models)

EVA fore grips

Stuart Aluminum straight butt section (Bent butt designated as B)

Aluminum gimbal

AFTCO Guides
Stuart

Conventional Rods

Model Length Pieces Line Weight Guides + Tip Guide Type Handle Rod Butt
5030 6’10” 1 30 lbs 5+1 Aftco Roller E Aluminum
5050 6’10” 1 50 lbs 5+1 Aftco Roller E Aluminum
5070 6’10” 1 70 lbs 5+1 Aftco Roller E Aluminum
5080 6’11” 1 80 lbs 5+1 Aftco Roller F Aluminum
5080B 7’3” 1 80 lbs 5+1 Aftco Roller G Aluminum
5130B 7’8” 1 130 lbs 5+1 Aftco Roller G Aluminum
International V IGFA is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great rollers and lots of backbone Got this rod to go with my penn senator 115l2 they were perfect for anything I wanted to catch like large sharks very impressed .
Date published: 2014-04-07