Shimano® Tallus® Blue Water Series Rods - Conventional A Models
When you're hunting for big fish down deep, you'll appreciate the consistency of these well-made Tallus Blue Water Series Rods. All are built extra-tough, with specially-blended graphite composite blanks, durable Fuji® Hardloy® guides, slip-resistant EVA grips, gimbaled butts with removable caps, and Fuji Boat reel seat. Includes manufacturer's limited lifetime warranty.
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|M = Medium|
|MH = Medium Heavy|
|H = Heavy|
|XH = Extra Heavy|
Rated 5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by silverking found a winner!!! great rod for grouper,snapper,dolphin,amberjack the the list keeps goin on i can say this is a winner rod every time i go offshore the fish dont stand a chance against it i highly recommend gettin this rod if you want to bring in some nice fish in your boat July 20, 2008
Rated 5 out of 5 by TheDH Great Rod This rod has great sensation for a foam grip,with plenty of backbone.Put braid thru it and you can pull your anchor off the bottom. March 4, 2008
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Details:Please explain the differences amongst these 3 types of rods and what their abbreviations stand for.
Details:can this rod hold up to inshore cod fishing ? range of the trip is 20-40 miles offshore. also need reel ideas and suggestions on how heavy i should go with braid and do you suggest a leader . thank you
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A:The rod can certainly hold up to cod fishing. Look at the Daiwa Satist 30H, especially if you plan to jig with it. 50# line is pretty standard for mono. cod are not line shy, I use 80# braid because I also use my setup for schoolie tune. I know plenty of people who use breaid right down to a jig - but I use a 25' 60# wind on leader on my rig.
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