Shimano Tallus Blue Water Saltwater Conventional Rods
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|Guide Type||Gimbal||Blank Color||# of Guides||Price|
|Medium Heavy||Fast||50-100||Fuji Aluminum Oxide||Yes||Blue||Tip+8||$169.99 USD|
|Heavy||Fast||50-150||Fuji Aluminum Oxide||Yes||Blue||Tip+8||$169.99 USD|
|Extra Heavy||Fast||65-200||Fuji Aluminum Oxide||Yes||Blue||Tip+8||$169.99 USD|
|Extra Extra Heavy||Fast||80-200||Fuji Aluminum Oxide||Yes||Blue||Tip+8||$169.99 USD|
|Medium||Fast||30-65||Fuji Aluminum Oxide||None||Blue||Tip+9||$159.99 USD|
|Medium Heavy||Fast||40-80||Fuji Aluminum Oxide||None||Blue||Tip+9||$159.99 USD|
|Heavy||Fast||50-100||Fuji Aluminum Oxide||Yes||Blue||Tip+9||$159.99 USD|
|Extra Heavy||Fast||65-200||Fuji Aluminum Oxide||Yes||Blue||Tip+9||$159.99 USD|
|Medium||Fast||30-65||Fuji Aluminum Oxide||None||Blue||Tip+10||$169.99 USD|
|Medium Heavy||Fast||40-80||Fuji Aluminum Oxide||None||Blue||Tip+10||$169.99 USD|
|Heavy||Fast||50-100||Fuji Aluminum Oxide||None||Blue||Tip+10||$169.99 USD|
Shimano Tallus Blue Water Conventional Rods are built with Shimano?s cutting-edge TC4 blanks offering the durability, power, and sensitivity that you would not expect out of such a lightweight fishing rod. They?re designed to take advantage of PowerPro braided lines for exceptional sensitivity and pulling power, whether for inshore or offshore applications. Tallus Conventional Rods feature Fuji aluminum oxide guides with stainless steel frames and EVA foam grips offering superior comfort and durability. TackleDirect offers Shimano Tallus rods in a wide variety of lengths ranging from 6?6? all the way up to 8?, ensuring there will be a model to suit your specific needs.Shimano Tallus Blue Water Saltwater Conventional Rod Features:
- Fuji Aluminum Oxide Guides
- Tip + 8-10 guides
- Shimano reel seat
- EVA Grip material
- Actions for fishing PowerPro Braid
Canít go wrong with Shimano Tallus!!!
What is the difference between Tallus and Trevala? Trevala is advertised as a jigging rod but on paper many of the models appear exactly the same between Trevala and Tallus. Are there any differences in the blanks and rod components?
Intending to use for grouper and amberjack with a Speedmaster 12ii. Go 6‚€™6‚€ heavy or extra heavy?
The 6'6" and 7' heavy options are definitely solid options and they are rated to handle 80 lb braid. It will be overkill for some of the species you're after but with that reel you'll need a heavy action rod atleast.¬†¬†
Will it handle jigs to 240 gram. And yellowfin to 90 lb?
I would also look into Daiwa Harrier X Jigging rods, St Croix Mojo Jig or Mojo Salt rods
I would go with the heavy or the extra heavy depending on preference in bend and line class.¬†
Pairing with a daiwa BG6500, was looking at either a MH or H. Need the ability to drop 3oz+ lures for rockfish.
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