Daiwa PRIN76HFS Proteus Inshore Spinning Rod

Daiwa PRIN76HFS Proteus Inshore Spinning Rod

Price: $199.95

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Model
TD Code
Rod TypePowerActionLengthLine Wt. (lb)Lure Wt. (oz)Number of GuidesPrice
PRIN76HFS
DAI-2189
SpinningHF7'6
1 pc
30-55
Braid
1/2-39$199.95 USD
The Daiwa Proteus Inshore Series Rods are great for any inshore species such as speckled trout, snook, tarpon, or cobia. These rods are built with high modulus carbon graphite with Daiwa's exclusive high volume fiber low resin design. This design makes these rods strong and light weight.

  • Hybrid material handle (Cork+EVA) with Laser Etching logo
  • Fuji Alconite ring guides with K-shape tangle free frames
  • Fuji genuine reel seats
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty
4.5 Stars based on 2 reviews
By Rob
Florida
Good
October 29, 2019
It's a good rod but the reel seat on it is very small? Which is confusing for such a big rod? A Penn 2 pursuit 5000 doesn't fit??
By Tyler
Florida
A good rod
August 18, 2016
I have this paired with my van staal vr150 its a perfect match with this sturdy yet light rod. Great looking rod with the perfect amount of back bone.
ProsLight Sensitive Sturdy Looks good
ConsNone
4 Questions & 4 Answers
John A Stephenson Jr
from Florida asked:
June 6, 2018
Would this rod be good for topwater trout/redfish and inshore grouper/snapper?
1 Answers
Yes this rod would work well for that style of fishing.
Ricky
on June 8, 2018

Jason
from CT asked:
March 19, 2017
Can you tell me the weight of this rod?
1 Answers
The weight of the Daiwa PRIN76HFS Proteus Inshore Spinning Rod is 10.4 oz. Thank you for considering TackleDirect for your fishing needs and have a great day.
Donald
on March 21, 2017

Nazir Ahmad
from Pakistan asked:
February 21, 2016
which reel is the best match for that rod ?
1 Answers
I would pair it with a Shimano ST2500HGFK Stradic FK Spinning Reel http://www.tackledirect.com/shimano-st2500hgfk-stradic-fk-spinning-reel.html Or, a Shimano Sienna SN4000FD Spinning Reels http://www.tackledirect.com/shimano-sienna-sn4000fd-spinning-reel.html depending on your budget and preference.... Daiwa ISLA4000H Isla Saltwater Spinning Reel http://www.tackledirect.com/daiwa-isla4000h-isla-saltwater-spinning-reel.html
Kaitryn
on February 23, 2016

jonathan
from florida asked:
November 15, 2015
would this be a good rod for throwing lures and live baits for everything from big mangroves to large cobias matched with a staltiga 4000h with 30 lb powerpro
1 Answers
That would be a great combination for your application.
David
on November 16, 2015

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