The aim is to create a shore casting rod that transcends the limits of the past by combining Shimano's advanced technology and know-how at a high level. Thorough pursuit of release from line trouble that was a chronic dissatisfaction of anglers. Adopted NEW [X guide] that overturns conventional wisdom, completed by thoroughly analyzing the correlation between reel size and line system. The original frame shape realizes performance that suppresses the root cause of line troubles caused by interference with blank touches and guide frames. The blank structure, which is the essence, adopts a "spiral X core" that brings high strength in all directions such as bending, twisting, and crushing. And the repulsive force that has been thoroughly enhanced exerts a powerful power as it bends, enabling sharp and light casting. In addition, the balance has been carefully researched so that the entire blank, including the grip, can bend smoothly, making it easier to cast at the right timing and reducing the impact and stress on the body during power fights. In addition, it is equipped with an original rubber grip end to support casting and fighting stability. When you experience these true values, a new stage of the shore casting game will open up.
For those who want to stick to the operation of metal jigs.
The short rod length is directly connected to the angler's burden reduction in the jig operation that requires the hardest work in rock shore.
However, on the other hand, when fighting from near the bottom near the danger zone to the shore, a longer rod length is advantageous for reliably lifting large blue-runners.
The blanks are designed for the longest length that can be advantageous in fighting while reducing the burden of jig operation with jig rods that have contradictions that never match.
The optimal solution of 9 feet 8 inches was derived.
The tip has just the right amount of tension to manipulate the metal jig as you wish.
And, with its strong blanks power and length, it decides the game at once from the danger zone.
Regardless of the location, such as nearby areas or remote islands, there are many situations where only a 120-150g metal jig can be used to approach fish. often come across situations where they can comfortably fish.
A jig is necessary wherever you go, and the usage area of this rod is inevitably wide, and it will be a rod that you can always bring to the rocky shore from nearby rocky shores to remote islands such as the men's and women's archipelago.
Challenging a large blue object with a metal jig on the shore is a very difficult game.
Here is the rod for challenging the high wall of catching over 20kg blue-runners from the rocky shore with a metal jig.
|Overall Length (ft)||9'8"|
|Overall Length (m)||2.95|
|Number of joints (pieces)||2|
|Closed dimensions (cm)||151.6|
|Tip Diameter (mm)||2.8|
|Jig Weight (g)||Max 150|
|Plug Weight (g)||Max 120|
|Applicable line PE (No.)||Max 6|
|Maximum Drag (kg)||10|
|Maximum Drag Angle||45 degree|
|Reel Seat Position (mm)||502|
|Reel Seat Type||UPLOCK|
|Carbon content (%)||99.9|
spiral x core - A next-generation basic structure that has evolved through the use of high-strength materials.
X-guide - Shimano original guide [X guide] that brings out the original rod performance.
High power X - A reinforced structure that further suppresses twisting that occurs during casting and fighting.
Nano pitch - A method of wrapping the molding tape used in the process of baking the blanks with an extremely fine pitch.
X guide: Touch-free titanium - Specially designed guide for trouble-free performance