NEW MODEL RELEASED IN AUGUST 2021
What we seek in a seabass rod at Yamaga Blanks is “standard characteristics” for anyone to easily use. Our designs focus on tolerant release point for everyone to be able to cast long distances with the least amount of effort while retaining the lightness for all day long casting and sensitivity to capitalize on the smallest bites. Once hooked, the blanks will bend in nicely to reduce any hook-offs generally caused by blanks that are too stiff.
The EARLY for Seabass models are value for money considering the quality of the rods.
The length and settings of the models are designed for long distance casting which are suited for wading in the shallow waters, fishing off rocks, boulders, piers and break water.
Early for Seabass Bending Curve
EARLY for Seabass Comparison (Load 1kg)
These are comparison images of EARLY for Seabass which are loaded 1kg of weight on tip.
※These images were taken with reel was set and put line through guides.
Keep end of grip evenly and set fulcrum point on end of grip and reel foot.
※These images are not illustrated on the full potential or characteristics of rods.
Please understand that these pictures are taken under the limited situation.
It was loaded with weight on rods gently.
It does not show the instantaneous force of repulsion or feeling of manipulation.
Early for Seabass 93M The all-rounder model is a valuable asset for situations which require you to cast long distances in rivers and piers. It is especially responsive to metal type vibration lures which have are highly resistant. The light feel when reeling in your lure will enable you to focus on your fishing while reducing the load on your wrist. Once the fish is hooked, the blank will bend in nicely and will allow you to handle and efficiently surface your catch.
|2819mm||147g||2pcs||7~35g||PE 0.8 ~ 1.5||94.9%|
Closed Length : 1445mm Joint : Put over Ferrule Guide：SiC stainless frame K guide(Fuji)
Reel Seat：VSS16（Fuji） Suitable spinning reel size：DAIWA #LT3000~4000C / SHIMANO #3000~4000
Sizes of rod a. Length from reel foot to end of grip when reel is equipped. b. Whole length of grip