Daiwa Proteus Popping Rods

Daiwa Proteus Popping Rods

$229.99 - $239.99
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Model
TD Code
TypeLengthPowerActionLine Wt.Lure Wt.No. GuidesPrice
PRTB80HXHFS
DAI-3067
Spinning8'
1 pc
Heavy/X-HeavyFast55-80lb Braid20-85g7$229.99 USD
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PRTB80XHFS
DAI-3068
Spinning8'
1 pc
X-HeavyFast70-100 Braid60-115g7$239.99 USD
Qty:
Oversize Large Packaging Required
The Daiwa Proteus Popping Rods are newly designed additions to the Proteus lineup. These rods are perfectly matched for fishing heavy braided lines with heavy mono topshots. The action is catered towards casting heavier plugs and a strong backbone for fighting large Tuna.

Features:

  • Durable IM-7 Graphite Construction
  • FUJI Alconite-Tangle Free K-Frame Guides
  • FUJI DPS Stainless Steel Hood Reel Seat
  • X-Tube Grip Design
  • Blank Through Handle Construction
5 Stars based on 2 reviews
By Fisherman
Tampa Bay, Florida
Strong lightweight rod
February 24, 2019
I have this paired with a slammer 3 6500. This rod has backbone to turn fish. Caught few inshore groupers useing plugs and live bait. Can cast live bait and plugs far with no wind knots while casting in the wind. Lightweight rod so you wont get tired casting or holding it all day.
By Thomas
Sugar Land, TX
Nice Rod
December 18, 2018
I have this rod matched up with a penn slammer 7500 the reel just fits. I am thinking the penn slammer 6500 would be a better match. I fish party boats and they want heavy line. I have 500 yards of 65 pound j braid with an 80 pound leader. It is a very nice looking rod the tip seems thin but if the taper is right that should not be a problem when a nice Yellow fin hits it.
ProsFeels very sensitive. Rated to be able to cast Halco 130s
Cons8 feet 1 piece wish they split it at the butt.
1 Question & 1 Answer
Robert
from Modesto ca. asked:
May 28, 2019
I'm looking for a setup to fish from shore for rock fish. Also close to shore from a boat using swim bait. I really would like a dark blue colored rod and real if possible. 
1 Answer
Only dark blue colored rod would be the shimano teramar paired up with a twinpower 
Submitted by: Bernie De Graaf on June 27, 2019

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