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#11501352 - 03/25/16 05:52 PM H20 nano micro
basscaster46 Offline
Pro Angler

Registered: 03/03/06
Posts: 576
Loc: Red Oak, TX
Was at academy today looked at h20 nano micro rod was light and looked great any reviews out there?
100.00 rod didn't look bad just thought I'd ask for opinions


#11502545 - 03/26/16 11:02 AM Re: H20 nano micro [Re: basscaster46]
timwins31 Offline
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Registered: 02/04/11
Posts: 5545
Loc: DFW
For that price you can get a 13 Omen Black or a Mojo Bass rod, both better than anything All Star makes now days.

#11502599 - 03/26/16 11:44 AM Re: H20 nano micro [Re: basscaster46]
Matthew Scogin Offline

Registered: 10/02/09
Posts: 194
Loc: Magnolia, TX USA
I have been using the H2O rods for years now. My favorite model is their foam handled $79 model. It is very light and sensitive. Previously, I have used several other higher end rods including Kistler LTAs, Falcon Cara's, Duckett, and years ago the high end Allstar rods before they become a commoditized rod. I absolutely love the H2O rods. From what I have found, you would have to spend over double the price to get a comparable rod.

The nano rods are newer for Academy and venture into the mid level rod market price wise. I have used them a fair amount. The nano resin makes the blank a little stronger and a touch stiffer in the same action. I like the $79 version better because the cork handle in the nano rod does not fit my hands as well. Additionally, I like the matte finish better.

Note that a few times per year they run some good sales on them. Keep your eye out.

Action wise, I live the 7' MH for a wide range of applications from spinnerbaits to traps to shaky heads to light Carolina rigs. Their 7'3" H is great for heavy Carolina rigs and flipping. Their 6'8" spinning rod is a great drop shot rod too if that fits your fancy.

Not saying there are not other good rods out there. The H2O blue colored rods are just some of the best for the money IMO. I have not used the omen rods yet, but their reels seem nice. The Mojo Bass rods are good, but they are a lot heavier weight and balance wise.

#11502663 - 03/26/16 12:45 PM Re: H20 nano micro [Re: basscaster46]
jiggmann Offline

Registered: 01/08/09
Posts: 150
I have a couple of the 79 dollar ones very good rod for money!

#11502813 - 03/26/16 03:16 PM Re: H20 nano micro [Re: basscaster46]
Frank the Tank Offline
TFF Guru

Registered: 02/27/13
Posts: 16921
Loc: Rockwall & a lake somewhere
These rods will fling it a country mile, great distance and solid sensitivity with these.
Proverbs 3:5&6
Talon Lures - high quality, hand tied baits and lures.

#11504049 - 03/27/16 11:04 AM Re: H20 nano micro [Re: Frank the Tank]
basscaster46 Offline
Pro Angler

Registered: 03/03/06
Posts: 576
Loc: Red Oak, TX
Thanks guys

J D popcorn

#11504078 - 03/27/16 11:27 AM Re: H20 nano micro [Re: basscaster46]
Kyle405 Offline

Registered: 06/26/15
Posts: 210
Loc: Ellis County, Tx.
Big fan of H20 products. Cant best the warranty either!

#11504251 - 03/27/16 01:39 PM Re: H20 nano micro [Re: basscaster46]
soonersorlaters Offline
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Registered: 02/21/10
Posts: 1258
Loc: Mansfield, TX
I like them. I have mostly Ethos. Composite Cranker, Magnum Cranker,6'10" - 7'0" MH's, all paired with H20 Mettles or Quantam Accurists.

#11505268 - 03/28/16 04:29 AM Re: H20 nano micro [Re: basscaster46]
YAKaddict Offline

Registered: 11/02/14
Posts: 456
Loc: Plano
The rods are great. I have both h2os and omens and I believe the h20 is a much better rod. As a matter of fact I'm grabbing 2 more mh this week

#11505382 - 03/28/16 07:19 AM Re: H20 nano micro [Re: basscaster46]
Hobbs McAvoy Offline

Registered: 03/10/09
Posts: 274
Loc: Bullard, TX
I have the H2O with the nano, micro and the regular guides. I prefer the regular guide version with the cork handle. Great rod and it's the cheapest of the three versions.


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