Beautifully balanced Shimano®Teramar™ inshore rods! Elevate your fishing experience with Shimano Top Shelf™ componentry. The highly responsive TC4 blank combines a double layer of T Glass with inner and outer spirals of high modulus graphite, which affords superior strength without added weight. The action is crisp and dynamic, and is enhanced with Fuji® New Concept Hardloy® guides, a Fuji reel seat and Grade A cork handles with hook keeper.
Just used this rod on the Jersey Shore for a Bluefish trip. This rod took everything 15# blues had and had plenty strength to spare. My wife hooked into a 100# + Ray using this rod and 30# mono. The rod bent, but did not break as my wife fought the fish to a draw and we cut the line. For the rest of the afternoon, the Teramar Inshore 7ft. heavy/fast action rod enabled both me and my wife to limit out on jumbo blues to 15lbs. I would highly recommend this rod to any inshore fisherman looking for a rod that can more than hold its own.
August 6, 2012
I purchased the Shimano Teramar for inshore. Very reponsive. Works great.
May 8, 2012
Outstanding inshore rod
I've got three of these, the 7' M and MH versions and they're frankly the best inshore rods I've ever used. Well built, sensitive, and strong, they're well balanced and a pleasure to use. I'm using Stradic 2500 and 3000 reels, and a Penn as well.
Using braided line, I can feel the lightest nibbles at the end of the line no matter how much line is out.
Love these rods!
September 16, 2011
Southeast Teramar 7' H 15-30 LB
Southeast Teramar 7' H 15-30 LB 1/2-2 OZ
The rod is built with very nice components. Plenty of power to turn big fish around. Beautiful paint job. It has a sensitive tip with a mean backbone. Not to mention it has a lifetime warranty. My opinion it's one of the best rod for the price.
February 7, 2011
I would pair this rod with a Terramar 7ft Medium-Heavy rod. You may be leaning towards a medium due to the weight and size of this reel but The Terramar does have a softer tip section than many other medium heavy inshore rods. Also, if you plan on putting braid on this reel you will appreciate the backbone of this rod to match the power of 20lb or 30lb braid.
Depending on what size you rod you choose will definitely impact the balance of the reel you pair it with. This is a general rule of all types of rods and reels, including baitcasting. The Stradic 4000 I have paired with the 7ft. medium heavy Terramar is a beautiful combination and very well balanced. That reel is 13.4 ounces. If the Sargus is around that it should fit that rod well. If you are looking at the medium action version I would suggest nothing heavier than 13 ounces. By the way, Shimano reels are not only good counterparts to Shimano rods but are much smoother than most Penns. Either way you go try to balance the rod and reel for less arm fatigue. Hope this helps...
If you are thinking about a Teramar spinning rod for stripers I would strongly suggest the 7'6" Medium Heavy model. You will get extra casting distance and leverage on big fish than the 7 foot version (which I own and really like).
If you are casting plugs up to 1 and 1/2 ounces or gently lobbing bait the medium heavy action versions are still plenty soft enough in the tip yet strong enough for both duties.
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