Daiwa Saltiga G Boat Travel Rods

Daiwa Saltiga G Boat Travel Rods

$129.95 - $219.95
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TD Code
Rod TypePowerActionLengthLine Weight
No. GuidesPrice
12-259Reg Price $219.95Our Price $129.95
15-309$219.95 USD
12-257$219.95 USD
15-307$219.95 USD
Daiwa Saltiga G Boat Travel Rods are based upon Daiwa's top performing saltwater spinning and casting actions. Top-quality components and materials at this price add up to an incredible value. Saltiga G Boat Rods are 3 piece and come with a 34 x 6 inches compact rod case that fits most aircraft storage compartments.
  • Multi-piece travel design
  • Powerful Glatech blank construction
  • V-Flex Ferrules bend with the rod for a smooth, powerful action
  • Fuji Hardloy guides
  • Fuji reel seat
  • Triangular PowerLift grip
  • Aluminum gimbal
  • Semi-hard travel case (34'' x 6'')
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty
4.5 Stars based on 7 reviews
By Johann D.
Northern Virginia
Very durable rod at a great price
December 17, 2019
All components appear to be very beefy. The segment joints are reinforced, the guides are very solid, and you can really get some leverage on the handle.
By alex
Djibouti, Africa
Amazing rod
December 16, 2019
Daiwa travel rods are just REALLY good!
This one will handle a big variety of fish like: small GT, small Red Snappers, Mahi Mahi, Jacks, King Mackerels, Bonitos, Barracudas etc.
I paired it with a BG Daiwa 4500 and it was perfect!
ProsLight and strong
ConsI wish the travel bag was a bit harder
By Gusnyny
Long Island, NY
Solid travel rod
November 9, 2019
This may be one of my favorite rods. It’s got a sensitive tip and solid backbone. The handle is on the thicker side but got used to it. Wish they would have used a nicer looking reel seat to compliment this sweat looking rod. All in all it gets the job done.
ProsSensitive, strong backbone.
ConsNeeds a nicer/sleeker looking reel seat.
By Hyung L.
Dunwoody, GA
Real travel rods
September 28, 2019
Fits cabin perfect. I also have G loomis travel rods but I dont like the tubes.
By Parth
San Jose, California
June 7, 2018
Does everything but the case is a bit big for 30inch duffel check in bag.
By Capt N.
Spanish Wells Bahamas
great spinning rods
May 14, 2015
Daiwa Saltiga G rods have great fight and are very well built.
By Mircea
The well-known quality of Daiwa
January 28, 2015
Excellent components and materials at a very good price. This 3-piece fishing rod acts like a fishing rod in one piece with all the properties characteristic of quality rod: sensitivity, strength and light weight. I think is a good investment for my long trips over oceans.
11 Questions & 11 Answers
Popeye the fisherman
from Jamaica Newyork asked:
January 9, 2019
Can this rod be used to cast off of jettys and rocks for kingfish and jack crevales
1 Answers
The medium heavy would be a good choice for the type of fishing you want to do.
on January 9, 2019

from FXBG, Va asked:
November 24, 2018
Considering pairing this rod with a VR150 when I'm not surfcasting. Thoughts?
1 Answers
The vr150 will pair well any of the Daiwa Saltiga G Boat Travel Rods
on November 25, 2018

from San Francisco, CA asked:
November 7, 2018
I have the MH Spinning Rod model of this rod. Which Penn Slammer III model and which Daiwa Saltist would pair best with this rod? I plan on using 40 or 50lb braid and using this rod offshore to throw large poppers and pitch baits in the tropics.
1 Answers
The penn slammer III 5500 would pair up well with that rod and how you want to use it
on November 12, 2018

from Romania asked:
September 11, 2018
Hy. This travel rod is good for using big lure popping to GT?
1 Answers
You would need something heavier then a mh for throwing poppers to GT's its a 7'6 2 piece rod that will fit into most travel cases here is the link https://www.tackledirect.com/ocean-tackle-international-oti-ts27680120-ts2-popping-rod.html
on September 12, 2018

from Long Island, NY asked:
August 28, 2018
Does Shimano SE8000FI Sedona Fi Spinning Reel fit well with Daiwa Saltiga G Boat Travel Rods? I mostly fish near the shore for black sea bass and flukes.
1 Answers
Yes, that reel would pair great with the Saltiga G Travel Rods. SEC5000XGFI would be better than the 8000.
on September 1, 2018

from Seattle asked:
April 4, 2018
Would this rod (either M or MH) be suited for live bait (anchovy) fishing for albacore/schoolie yellowfin? The action is listed as 'R' and I'm not sure what that is.
1 Answers
The MH would be a better rod for the application your using it for. The R means regular which is Moderate action.
on April 10, 2018

from Portland, Or asked:
November 8, 2017
Would an avet JX raptor with 50 lb power pro work with SAG 703mhr-tr 15-30?
1 Answers
The MX Raptor would be a better match for the SAG 703mhr-tr 15-30 using 50 lb braid.
on November 9, 2017

from Fort Wayne in asked:
March 14, 2017
Would the MH be heavy enough for grouper fishing
1 Answers
The MH would be enough rod for light grouper fishing. Thank you for considering TackleDirect for your fishing needs.
on March 15, 2017

from Accra, Ghana asked:
January 23, 2017
Hello, Daiwa Saltiga G Boat travel MH 15/30 spinning would match better a Saragosa 8000 or a 10000? As a Gosa 8000 weighs 689g and a 10000 703g what is the real weight of the rod? The recommended line is 15/30 lb, if I'll load the reel with a 50 lb braided could be a problem? Thank you in advance, Dorian
1 Answers
The rod would match better with the 8000 for better balance. The 50 lb braid will not be an issue using with this rod and reel combo. The rod weighs 14.4 oz.
on January 26, 2017

from NY asked:
October 31, 2015
Will there rods work with braid (Power Pro or other) at the suggested test and above?
1 Answers
Yes, they will.
on November 2, 2015

from montreal canada asked:
February 16, 2014
pls inform me: what is the weight lure for the 15/30 and the 12/25 Dawa travel g boat spinning.
1 Answers
The 12-25# rod would be rated for 3/4oz-1-1/2oz and the 15-30lb rod would be rated for 1oz-2-1/2oz lure weight.
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on February 18, 2014


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