Daiwa Ardito Multi-Piece Travel Rods
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|Rod Type||Power||Action||Length||Sections||Line Wt. (lb)||Lure Wt. (oz)||Number of Guides||Price|
|Trigger||M||F||7 ft.||3||8-17||1/4-3/4||10||$129.95 USD|
|Trigger||MH||F||7 ft.||3||10-20||1/4-1||10||$129.95 USD|
|Trigger||MH||F||7 ft. 6 in.||3||10-20||1/4-1||10||$129.95 USD|
|Spinning||M||F||7 ft.||3||6-15||1/4-3/4||8||$129.95 USD|
|Spinning||MH||F||7 ft.||3||8-17||1/4-1||8||$129.95 USD|
|Spinning||MH||F||7 ft. 6 in.||3||8-17||1/4-1||8||$129.95 USD|
|Spinning & Baitcasting||MH||F||7 ft.||5 + 1||-||-||-||$139.99 USD|
- IM-7 Graphite Construction
- Multi-Piece Travel Design ( 3 piece)
- V-Flex Ferrule Jointed System
- Un-Sanded Micro Pitch Taping Blank
- FUJI Aluminum Oxide Guides
- Machined Aluminum Nut Hood
- Split Grip design with EVA-Foam Grip
- Hook Keeper
- Great value for the price
- A mark or indicator to make guide alignment quicker.
- Purely cosmetic, the casting model could have been blue to match the Coastal Reels.
For the price point i think Daiwa has done a great job with the Ardito...if i'm ever in the market for a travel surf rod that's compact i will definitely look to diawa make it happen.
- Good case, small, can fit in a backpack, looks discreet for when fishing urban ponds.
- None so far.
Much to the annoyance of my other half I can now take a decent rod with me whenever we go away in case an opportunity presents itself and more often than not I do find some time to throw a few lures even if it does mean waking up at the crack of dawn.
I've also taken these rods to the Amazon where they stood up to some serious scrutiny from some pretty big peacock bass. It's great to find a good quality rod a decent price. My main complaints with 3+ piece rods in the past is you can either get quality or you can save money and until now these were mutually exclusive.
- Good quality
- Great action for a travel rod
- Flex Ferrules(was unsure about the claims and may be my imagine but not as much of a dead spot as other travel rods)
- non to report so far
- Good length for travel. Rod connects well to other pieces. Did some testing of the rod & reel with some different lures and it is a nice little traveling rod.
- One of a few (to only) rods that are able to bridge the range of lure weights that I am looking to use. The bulk of the other rods have a much lighter and more restricted range of lure weights.
- A bit on the pricey side.
- Easy to carry
- Casts accurate and far
- Perfect for travel by air
- Wish a heavier category was also available, but thats not a con just lack of options in this range.
The Daiwa Ardito Travel rod ARDT703MFB-TR has a case that is 32" long. Please let us know if there is anything else we can assist you with.
Is it salt water resistant.
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