Shimano Tallus Trolling Slick Butt Ring Guided Rods

Shimano Tallus Trolling Slick Butt Ring Guided Rods

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Model
TD Code
LengthPowerActionLine
Rating
Guide
Train
Price
TLC59MHSBBLA
SHM-2665
5'9MHFast15-30Fuji LR Frame
ALO Insert
$239.99 USD
TLC59HSBBLA
SHM-2666
5'9HFast20-40Fuji LR Frame
ALO Insert
$249.99 USD
TLC59XHSBBLA
SHM-2667
5'9XHFast40-60Fuji LR Frame
ALO Insert
$249.99 USD
TLC59XXHSBBLA
SHM-2668
5'9XXHFast40-80Fuji LR Frame
ALO Insert
$259.99 USD
TLC66MHSBBLA
SHM-2669
6'6MHFast15-30Fuji LR Frame
ALO Insert
$279.99 USD
TLC66HSBBLA
SHM-2670
6'6HFast20-50Fuji LR Frame
ALO Insert
$289.99 USD
TLC70MHSBBLA
SHM-2672
7'0MHFast15-30Fuji ALO$229.99 USD
TLC70HSBBLA
SHM-2673
7'0HFast20-40Fuji LR Frame
ALO Insert
$279.99 USD
The Shimano Tallus Slick Butt Ring Guide rods are durable made with Shimano TC4 blank construction. The type of blanks that these rods have allow for increased durability while still being lightweight and comfortable to use.

Features:
  • TC4 blank construction
  • Custom grip and reel seat
  • Guides: Fuji LR Frame with ALO insert on all models except TLC70MSB, TLC70MHSB, TLC76MSB, and TLC76MHSB
5 Stars based on 2 reviews
By john
encinitas, CA
excelent rod
June 14, 2016
heavy duty lifting power in a light weight package.
By Polaris23
Miami, Florida
Can`t ask for more!
November 6, 2014
This is a beauty, light weight, responsive, very well balanced and very strong with plenty of back bone. You can do almost anything with this rod.
Proslight weight, strong, extremely well built, awesome .
Conspricey
7 Questions & 7 Answers
Taylor
from LBI, NJ asked:
November 12, 2019
Can the 7 foot Medium/Heavy be used to troll Mojos with an Avet MXL?
1 Answer
Yes that is an ideal rod for the MXL and for striper trolling
Submitted by: Alyssa Madosky on November 12, 2019

Taylor
from New Jersey asked:
November 11, 2019
Would the 7 foot MH pair well with an Avet MXL reel? Looking to troll Mojos for stripers. 
1 Answer
Yes that is an ideal pair for the style you are doing!
Submitted by: Alyssa Madosky on November 12, 2019

Carson
from Texas asked:
March 28, 2019
So these do not have lock in trolling butts?


1 Answer
These rods do have gimbals
Submitted by: Bernie De Graaf on April 11, 2019

Alberto
from San Junan Puerto Rico asked:
December 29, 2017
Trying to pair a tiagra 12, which would suit it better. 15-30 or 20-40. Drag is set arounf 4-5 pounds.
1 Answer
The 20 - 40 Shimano Tallus Trolling Slick Butt Ring Guided Rod would best suit the Tiagra 12 for the style of fishing your doing.
Submitted by: Donald on January 5, 2018

Phillip
from Arizona asked:
April 18, 2017
Wondering what action to use with Talica 16 reel fishing for sailfish and striped marlin. 5'9" 20-40 lb?? Will be using braided line with 30-40lb mono top shot.
1 Answer
The 5'9'' rod 20 - 40 lb H power rod would pair well with the Shimano TAC16.
Submitted by: Donald on April 19, 2017

Tim
from Cape Cod asked:
April 8, 2017
Is this rod a good fit with a Shimano Tekota 700LC with braid? Will be used to troll for Stripers (mojos, umbrellas, etc.)?
1 Answer
Absolutely. I'd suggest looking into the 6'6" 20-50lb model.
Submitted by: Devon on April 11, 2017

Adam Kaminski
from PULASKI, VA asked:
December 6, 2016
I am interested in buying a rod to match my TLD 20 reel. I want to use the rod mostly for trolling plugs for King Mackerel with 20lb mono. I like the Shimano Tallus ring guided trolling rod but am unsure whether I should get the Fuji LR frame guides or the regular Alo guides?... And if 6:6 or 7:0 in length with MH would be my best option ?
1 Answer
The Shimano TLC70HSBBLA Tallus Trolling Slick Butt Ring Guided Rod would be the best fit fishing for king mackerel with 20 lb mono.
Submitted by: Donald on December 9, 2016

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