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Daiwa Proteus SS Casting Rods

Daiwa Proteus SS Casting Rods

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Model
TD Code
Rod TypePowerActionLengthLine Wt. (lb)Lure Wt. (g)Number of GuidesPrice
PRSS64LB
DAI-2197
CastingLR6'4
1 pc
20-30
Braid
30g-90g14$159.95 USD
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Oversize Packaging Required
PRSS64MLB
DAI-2198
CastingMLR6'4
1 pc
30-40
Braid
40g-120g14$159.95 USD
Qty:
Oversize Packaging Required
PRSS64MB
DAI-2199
CastingMR6'4
1 pc
40-50
Braid
50g-130g14$169.95 USD
PRSS64MHB
DAI-2200
CastingMHR6'4
1 pc
40-60
Braid
60g-150g14$169.95 USD
PRSS64HB
DAI-2201
CastingHR6'4
1 pc
50-80
Braid
90g-180g14$169.95 USD
The Daiwa Proteus SS Casting rods have a super slim profile. They are still lightweight and powerful. These rods are great for fishing for stripers, bluefish, and flounder.

  • X45 Bias graphite construction with HVF high modulus carbon graphite
  • Fuji Alconite ring guides with K-shape tangle free frames
  • Fuji genuine reel seats
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty
5 Stars based on 4 reviews
By Craig
Ringwood, NJ
March 30, 2018
Amazing Rod
As soon a i felt this series rod i was in love. Was not sure on the MH or H but settled on heavy. Its light enough to use in the bay fluking or out in the deep for seabass. Was not sure on this of the Trevala S but settled on this due to the limited life time warranty. The guides are small but i have had no issue.
ProsPower Weight Warranty
ConsSmall Guides
By Danny
New Jersey
November 18, 2016
super light but has power and backbone
great rod for NJ's inshore fishery. sensitive enough for a fluke and strong enough for a srrper
Proslight weight, sensitive, with strong backbone
Consnone
By Paul
Brooklyn, NY
July 9, 2016
great rod
Ive been using this rod on my party boat trips. perfect for fluke, sea bass and porgies. The rod has a nice backbone and is sensitive enough that you feel the slightest of hits. I like the longer butt which allows you support the rod against your forearm allowing you to use one hand /arm
Proslight and strong
Conscould be a little longer than the 6'4"
By Matt
Long island
December 2, 2015
Pr64ssh great rod
I have the ss64h and had a blast catching sea bass off of block island with it. It handled everything very well, I even caught a few nice cod on the drift. I am very impressed with it
ProsVery lite
ConsYou need to know how to tie very small knots
6 Questions & 6 Answers
robert
from Tx. asked:
October 14, 2018
Would this be a good rod for striped bass and red snapper bottom fishing?
1 Answers
This would be a great rod for those target species.
Bernie
on October 15, 2018

JC
from DC asked:
October 27, 2018
Which Daiwa or other brand reel would match best for this rod? Mainly be used for Northeast inshore to catch togs, sea bass, sheeps, etc. I have trouble finding reel that will sit low enough because the guides are very small. Regular conventional reels sit up so high compared to the position of the many guides on the rod. I donā€™t want to lose the sensitivity because the line is not straight but forced to be in a high angle closest to the reel.
1 Answers
I would recommend using the Daiwa Lexa 300 Type HD Baitcasting Reels, These reels have enough drag power and line capacity for tog, sheepshead, and seabass.
Ricky
on October 27, 2018

Jake
from South Jersey asked:
March 21, 2017
I have a maxel hybrid 20 reel and want to pair it with a Proteus ss rod for bucktailing deep water fluke. Weights would be 4 to 8 oz bucktails. Which model would you recommend?
1 Answers
The Daiwa PRSS64HB Proteus SS Casting Rod would the rod to use out of this series. This rod is suited for using bucktails up to 6 oz. Thank you for considering TackleDirect for your fishing needs.
Donald
on March 21, 2017

J.B
from Virginia asked:
February 11, 2017
Hello do you know how long is the butt of the PRSS64HB rod . From the finger triger to the end of the rod?. Thank you.
1 Answers
The distance from the finger trigger to the end of the rod measures 16 3/4" on model number PRSS64HB.
Devon
on February 11, 2017

Joseph
from Virginia asked:
February 3, 2017
Do you know how much the heavy one of the series weighs?
1 Answers
PRSS64HB weighs 8 oz.
Devon
on February 7, 2017

Carter
from Wilmington, NC asked:
December 23, 2016
Are these rated more towards casting or convential rods? Also how do these compare in size to standard casting rods?
1 Answers
The Daiwa Proteus SS Casting Rods are geared more towards casting and are similar in size to the standard casting rods.
Donald
on December 24, 2016

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