Daiwa TNB66HF-DD Tanacom Dendoh Offshore Deep Drop Rod

Daiwa TNB66HF-DD Tanacom Dendoh Offshore Deep Drop Rod - 6 ft. 6 in.

Price: $199.99
TD Code
DescriptionLengthPowerActionLine Wt.GuidesPrice
Tanacom Dendoh Offshore Deep Drop Rod6 ft. 6 in.
2 pc.
HeavyFast60 - 150 lb.5$199.99 USD

Daiwa Tanacom Dendoh Offshore Deep Drop Rods are an update to the current SALTIGA DD Series with new cosmetics, as well as an Alps Roller Swivel Top Guide, Alps Aluminum Butt End, and a silver anodized bent-butt for scratch resistance. They feature Daiwa's powerful Glatech blank construction where uni-directional fiberglass is combined with inner and outer layers of graphite, making an incredibly resilient blank with the backbone and lifting power to control and move strong fish. The quality of construction and components make it easy to offer a Limited Lifetime Warranty. This is a deep drop rod that you can count on to winch tilefish, snapper, and grouper from the depths for a long time to come.

These rods are available with 2 different butt lengths. "DD" models come with a 22.6in ALPS aluminum curved butt (model number AUBS4CKX)."DDL" models come with a 28.6in ALPS aluminum curved butt (model number AUB4CKX).

4.5 Stars based on 3 reviews
By Chris
Oradell, NJ
Love this rod.
April 12, 2020
I’m completely satisfied with my purchase.
By MIke
Tequesta, FL
Great Match for Tanacom 1000
March 22, 2020
I recently purchased this rod for my Diawa Tanacom 1000. This is a great reel high quality components for a really good price. ALPS reel but and seat.
By Ryan
Ocean City, MD
Perfect rod paired with the Tanacom 1000
June 25, 2019
I put the Tanacom 1000 on this rod for deep dropping primarly Golden Tilefish. This rod is perfect for it. The tip is light enough to see the bite of a single black belly rose fish but strong enough to hold two 20lb golden tilefish at a time.
ProsLight tip but very strong
1 Question & 1 Answer
from CA asked:
September 23, 2019
Hi! Can i use this rod for tuna and spanish (king) Mackerel? (TROLLING)
1 Answer
I would not recommend this rod for trolling it has a roller swivel at the top guide which is designed for deep drop fishing. Which means dropping baits down with heavy weight. Try any stand up rod 30-80 or 50-100 line class rod 
Submitted by: Alyssa Madosky on October 5, 2019


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