6' Talavera Bluewater Ring Guide Slick Butt Conventional Rod, Medium Heavy Power
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SHIMANO6' Talavera Bluewater Ring Guide Slick Butt Conventional Rod, Medium Heavy Power

$149.99

In stock online.
Model # 20042081 | Mfg # TEBC60MHSBAUPC # 22255102803

Specs

6' Talavera Bluewater Ring Guide Slick Butt Conventional Rod, Medium Heavy Power

Name Value
Best Use Saltwater
Grip / Handle Type Slick Butt
Guides Fuji Aluminum Oxide
Length 6 Feet
Number of Sections 1 Section
Rod Action Moderate Fast
Rod Construction Graphite
Rod Power Medium Heavy
Test Rating 15-30 Mono
Type Conventional
Warranty Details One Year

Product Overview

SHIMANO Talavera Bluewater Ring Guide Slick Butt Conventional Rod

The Talavera Bluewater series of rods covers a wide array of offshore fishing techniques from light trolling to deep-dropping. Constructed with durable blanks and available in an assortment of powers and actions, the Talavera Bluewater rods are paired with quality Fuji, Aftco and ALPS components. As a result, the Talavera Bluewater rods provide anglers strong, long-lasting performance that’s ready to fight large pelagics and stand up to harsh conditions for years to come.

This series of rods is also available in a variety of rear grips depending upon angler preferences. No matter the technique or the target species, the Talavera Bluewater series of rods has an offering that will exceed angler expectations the next time they head offshore.

Features:

  • Available with Fuji or ALPS Reel Seat
  • Available with Fuji, Aftco and Alps Guides
  • Rear Grips Options: Slick Butt, EVA, ALPS Aluminum Butt
  • Two Deep-Drop Models Available

 

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