Shimano TLS80HBBL Tallus Blue Water Spinning Rod
|Length||Power||Action||PowerPro Line Rating||Guide Type||Gimbal||# of Guides||Rod Color||Price|
|8'||Heavy||Fast||40-80||Fuji Aluminum Oxide||None||Tip+6||Blue||$179.99 USD|
Shimano Tallus Blue Water Spinning rods are perfect for saltwater fishing. With the Shimano name and technologies you are sure to catch what you're after with these rods. Made with Shimano TC4 construction, allowing for these rods to be more powerful yet still remain lightweight. They were designed to be used with PowerPro braid making for improved pulling power as well as comfort. These rods are durable and comfortable to use.
- Fuji Aluminum Oxide Guides
- Tip +6 Guides
- Shimano Reel Seat
- EVA grip material
- Actions for fishing PowerPro Fuji Guides
- Limited Lifetime Warrannty
A $7.00 oversize packaging charge applies to this item as it ships in a long heavy duty tube to protect your items. This fee will still apply when discount shipping coupons are used.
An awesome rod
November 27, 2016
This is my third blue water rod. The rod has light weight, but it's powerful and sensitive. I used it for tog fishing from shore and will try cod jigging this winter. Strongly recommend.
By Michael L.
Shimano Blue Water Spinning rod.
January 1, 2014
Excellent quality and price. Many variations of this rod will meet your every condition, thank you Tackle Direct for offering the wide variety of selections you have. When I buy the first place I go is Tackle Direct!
1 Question & 1 Answer
from Ecuador asked:
March 3, 2015
Can i use this to cast popers, stickbaits, and metal lures? In addition is it good if I pare this rod with a shimano spheros 20000?
While this rod would work for that application we highly recommend going with a Shimano Terez (http://www.tackledirect.com/shimano-tzs78hblk-terez-spinning-rod-black.html) if the main purpose of the rod is going to be casting lures. While the Stella 20k will work for this application as welll we highly recommend going with the 18k. The 18k is the same size reel but with a faster gear ratio in order to gather slack line quicker after your cast. This also make it easier to work and place some of your baits. -Paul
on March 12, 2015