Shimano Tallus PX Spinning Rods

Shimano Tallus PX Spinning Rods

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TD Code
TypeLengthPowerActionMono Line WeightBraided Line WeightForegrip LengthReargrip LengthButt AssemblyPrice
TLXS69M
SHM-4282
Spinning6'9''
1 pc
MediumFast15-30lb20-50lb6.2in14.3inRubber Gimbal$209.99 USD
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TLXS69MH
SHM-4283
Spinning6'9''
1 pc
Medium HeavyFast20-40lb30-65lb6.2in14.3inRubber Gimbal$209.99 USD
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TLXS69H
SHM-4284
Spinning6'9''
1 pc
HeavyFast25-50lb40-80lb7.1in14.3inAluminum Gimbal$209.99 USD
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TLXS69XH
SHM-4285
Spinning6'9''
1 pc
X-HeavyFast30-50lb50-100lb7.1in14.3inAluminum Gimbal$219.99 USD
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TLXS72M
SHM-4286
Spinning7'2''
1 pc
MediumFast15-30lb20-50lb6.2in14.3inRubber Gimbal$209.99 USD
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TLXS72MH
SHM-4287
Spinning7'2''
1 pc
Medium HeavyFast20-40lb30-65lb6.2in14.3inRubber Gimbal$209.99 USD
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TLXS72H
SHM-4288
Spinning7'2''
1 pc
HeavyFast25-50lb40-80lb7.1in14.3inAluminum Gimbal$209.99 USD
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TLXS72XH
SHM-4289
Spinning7'2''
1 pc
X-HeavyFast30-50lb50-100lb7.1in14.3inAluminum Gimbal$219.99 USD
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TLXS80MH
SHM-4290
Spinning8'
1 pc
Medium HeavyFast20-40lb30-65lb7.1in14.3inAluminum Gimbal$209.99 USD
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TLXS80H
SHM-4291
Spinning8'
1 pc
HeavyFast25-50lb40-80lb7.1in14.3inAluminum Gimbal$209.99 USD
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Greatly improving upon one of Shimano's most successful line of saltwater rods, the Shimano Tallus PX Spinning Rods make use of advanced blank technologies for unrivaled performance in their class. Specializing in versatility, the Tallus PX eliminates the heavy and bulky feel that often comes along with rods deemed as "multipurpose boat rods", which are generally uncomfortable to use. Built on blanks featuring Hi-Power X reinforcing technology, the Tallus PX increases overall strength and responsiveness while keeping the rod blank lightweight and comfortable to fish. The Hi-Power X blank is built with an outer layer of carbon tape that tightly winds the blank diagonally in opposite directions, resulting in enhanced torsional rigidity to reduce twist and ovalization. Hi-Power X technology enhances performance by transferring energy efficiently through the rod to increase casting distance and provide improved lifting power when fighting fish. When it comes to components, the Tallus PX is outfitted with SeaGuide Zirconia Guides, and features an EVA foregrip and diamond wrap shrink tube reargrip. Ready to put in some serious work on any vessel on any coast, the versatile Tallus PX is a great option for any saltwater angler who is live bait fishing, chunking, bottom fishing with heavy weights, or even trolling.
4 Stars based on 1 reviews
By Luke
Long Island
Order up a power
June 4, 2021
Ordered the 6'9" MH thinking a 20-40lb rod would be a good 2nd-home to a surf reel for boat fishing.

This is not a 20-40lb rod. I have largemouth bass rods with more backbone.

Luckily, customer service was great at TD and I had no problem coordinating an exchange for the 6'9" H. Will see how that works for me.

The new Tallux PX is a very nice looking rod, and seems to be high quality.
7 Questions & 7 Answers
FishOn
from Florida asked:
July 25, 2022
Are these Tallus PX series the replacement of the Tallus Blue Water? I was hoping to go with the Tallus BW but doesnt seem you stock then. Im looking to catch Gag Grouper in 15-20ft of water. They are known to grab bait and go back into the rocks/structure. I have a Saragosa 10k and am looking for a spinning rod to turn the fishes head on their way back to their rocks. Any suggestions? I plan to use 65-80 lb braid with mono/fluoro. 
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Hi FishOn, The Tallus PX rods are indeed a replacement series for the Tallus Bluewater. We recommend going with the Tallus PX in the 7'2 X-heavy for your application. Please let us know if there is anything else we can assist you with!
Submitted by: Huy - TackleDirect Customer Service on July 26, 2022

Andrew
from New York, new york asked:
May 12, 2022
How many oz is the 8 foot heavy?
1 Answer
Hi Andrew, According to Shimano, The Shimano TLXS80H Tallus PX Spinning Rod has a rod weight of 1lb or 16 ounces. Please let us know if theres anything else we can assist you with. Tight Lines.
Submitted by: Brendan - TackleDirect Customer Service on May 12, 2022

Colin
from Massachusetts asked:
March 16, 2022
Would the 72 xh also work with a 18000 size Shimano spheros?
1 Answer
Hi Colin, A Shimano TLXS72XH Tallus PX Spinning Rod would balance and pair great with a Shimano Spheros SW 18000 for offshore fishing applications. Please let us know if theres anything else we can assist you with. Tight Lines.
Submitted by: Brendan - TackleDirect Customer Service on March 16, 2022

manuel
from Panama asked:
March 16, 2022

seria buena opcion para un saragosa 14 con linea de 80 libras?

o un barco daiwa proteus?

1 Answer
Hi Manuel, For your fishing application I would recommend a Daiwa PRWNC70HFS Proteus WN Camo Spinning Rod. https://www.tackledirect.com/daiwa-prwnc70hfs-proteus-wn-camo-spinning-rod.html This would pair and balance well with your Shimano Saragosa 14000 for various saltwater fishing applications. Please let us know if theres anything else we can assist you with. Tight Lines.
Submitted by: Brendan - TackleDirect Customer Service on March 16, 2022

Colin
from Massachusetts asked:
March 15, 2022
What rod should I pair up with a 14000 Shimano spheros for casting to bluefin tuna?
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Hi Colin, For your fishing application I would recommend a Shimano TLXS72XH Tallus PX Spinning Rod. https://www.tackledirect.com/shimano-tlxs72xh-tallus-px-spinning-rod.html This would be pair well with your Shimano Spheros 14000 SW for Bluefin Tuna popping applications. Please let us know if theres anything else we can assist you with. Tight Lines.
Submitted by: Brendan - TackleDirect Customer Service on March 16, 2022

Matt
from Texas asked:
November 14, 2021
Will this rod handle 100# class yellowfin?  I'd prefer a terez bit can't seem to fi d a 8' heavy.  Needs to be able to handle up to 20 of these fish a trip and we do one a week this time of year.
1 Answer
Hi Matt, Based on your fishing application you described, I would recommend model: TLXS72XH; TackleDirect Code: SHM-4289. https://www.tackledirect.com/shimano-tlxs72xh-tallus-px-spinning-rod.html. This rod has the same Hi-Power X technology as the Terez and would be the best suited for Large Tuna. Please let us know if theres anything else we can assist you with. Tight Lines.
Submitted by: Brendan - TackleDirect Customer Service on November 17, 2021

Karl
from Moraga, CA asked:
July 8, 2021
I want to pair the TLXS72H (SHM-4288) with my Saragosa 100000. Will the rod reel seat handle a Saragosa 10K?
1 Answer

Yes it can handle the reel just fine and it will match up well with the rod. 

Submitted by: Paul Olah on July 9, 2021

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