Shimano 2021 Teramar Northeast Casting Rods

Shimano 2021 Teramar Northeast Casting Rods

$159.99 - $169.99
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TD Code
TypeLengthPowerActionMono Line WeightBraided Line WeightForegrip LengthReargrip LengthPrice
TMCE66MHB
SHM-4461
Casting6'6''
1 pc
Medium HeavyModerate Fast15-30lb30-65lb4.5in13.5in$159.99 USD
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Oversize Packaging Required
TMCE70MB
SHM-4462
Casting7'
1 pc
MediumModerate Fast10-20lb20-40lb5in14in$159.99 USD
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Oversize Packaging Required
TMCE70MHB
SHM-4463
Casting7'
1 pc
Medium HeavyModerate Fast15-30lb30-65lb5in14in$159.99 USD
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TMCEX70MHB
SHM-4464
Casting7'
1 pc
Medium HeavyX-Fast15-30lb30-65lb5in14in$159.99 USD
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TMCE70HB
SHM-4465
Casting7'
1 pc
HeavyFast20-40lb40-80lb5in15.5in$169.99 USD
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TMCE76MHB
SHM-4466
Casting7'6''
1 pc
Medium HeavyModerate Fast15-30lb30-65lb6in15in$159.99 USD
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Oversize Packaging Required
Redesigned for 2021, the Shimano Teramar Northeast Casting Rods are specially designed to cater to the needs of anglers fishing the inshore and nearshore waters of the Northeastern United States. Constructed using Shimano's proven TC4 rod technology, the Teramar Northeast Series provides exceptional balance and power to dominate in the toughest of battles. TC4 blanks have a fantastic reputation for being among the most durable in the industry and have tremendously strong backbones. From tip to butt, Shimano tailored every aspect of these rods to align with all of the prevalent fishing techniques for targeting popular game fish species. Teramar Northeast rods feature a Seaguide guide train, Fuij reel seats and refined EVA grips and handle configurations to enable anglers to comfortably fish all day with little fatigue when fighting hard-charging fish. Anglers in the New England and Mid-Atlantic fisheries will find the perfect models for things like slinging poppers to ravenous bluefish, live-lining bunker for striped bass, and deep water bottom fishing for fluke and black seabass.
5 Stars based on 5 reviews
By Ed P.
New York, South Shore
Amazing shimano rod
July 21, 2021
Great looking and outstanding rod value and high performance, this rod really works when most needed, very lightweight perfect for most Northeast species, handled +/- 20 lbs bass and rays. Paired with Shimano Twin Power TP4000
ProsExcellent performance, hold and handles pressure!
ConsNone.
By Tommy
Mt Airy, Maryland
Teramar 15-30 👍👍👍👍👍
September 26, 2018
For those looking for outstanding value and high performance, this rod delivers. I was looking for a very lightweight rod that was good for most Northeast inshore species but also capable of handling small tuna or a big striper. Rod was maxed-out in Montauk and performed like a stud! I paired it with a Van Staal VR50 and it can do almost anything. In addition, I made my first in-store visit. So nice to talk w/ folks who really know their product- Thanks Alex!
ProsVery light rod Handles heavy fish too High quality from butt to tip
ConsNone
By chase
salem,va
really nice rod from shimano
January 27, 2018
i broke my okuma guide select flounder fishing, and had to use this rod. i was very suprised to feel how sensitive this blank was jigging in 30 feet of water, i could feel everything.
Consthe back handle is a little short for casting in the 7" heavy
By Victor
Port Ewen, NY
Great back bone
July 5, 2016
I bought this rod to fill a niche between my "flounder rod" and my "cod rod" and it was perfect. This is great for stripers, fluke, and gator blues.
ProsGreat "back bone!"
ConsRod but cover keeps slipping off. Fixed it jwith a rubberband shimm.
By Michael
Pelham, NY
Very happy with this choice
March 25, 2016
Paired this rod with an Abu Garcia Revo NaCl 60 to use primarily for chunking Stripers in the northeast. However, its caught everything from beat blackfish to grouper and jigging Tuna off the humps down in Marathon, Florida. Its handled every fish like a champ and has plenty of backbone. Only dislike was this one came with a split grip and I would have preferred a full grip, but its a minor blemish for a great rod.
11 Questions & 12 Answers
Tyler Doherty
from Massachusetts asked:
February 1, 2019
Would this rod be any good for casting big plastics like hogys or super snax?
1 Answer
The 7'6" medium or medium heavy would be a great for casting larger soft plastics
Submitted by: Bernie on February 4, 2019

AJ
from NJ asked:
December 21, 2018
What applications is this rod TMCE70MH, the medium heavy, medium (moderate) action rod used for in fishing the northeast saltwaters? For example I would prefer the rod in a fast action.
1 Answer
It would be good for light jigging
Submitted by: Bernie on December 22, 2018

Gene Barousse
from CT asked:
January 22, 2021
Would the 7'6 medium be good to throw 1-2oz topwater plugs for stripers and blues?
1 Answer
The 7'6" would be perfect for throwing 1-2oz. topwaters and other plugs.
Submitted by: Austin Kearney on January 25, 2021

Jeff
from Ny asked:
March 4, 2020
How would the 6'6''H pair with an avet spooled with 30lb pop for mostly bottom fishing for fluke,bass and blacks?
1 Answer
An SX or SXJ should pair up really well with that rod for your listed applications. 
Submitted by: Brian on March 17, 2020

Bob
from Norfolk, Va asked:
May 19, 2019
What would be the best rod for an avet sx 5.3 single speed for cobia?


1 Answer

Bob,  Check out Jigging world 6ft6 to 7ft 30-60 wait line weight. 


Submitted by: Andrew Montagna on May 23, 2019

Richard Soto
from CA asked:
April 11, 2018
DOES THE TMCE 66H ,HAS TRIGGER ON IT
1 Answer
hello Richard. The 66H model doesn't have a trigger.
Submitted by: Donald on April 12, 2018

Ronald
from Hopewell Junction, NY asked:
March 7, 2018
Looking to use this rod for haddock/pollack fishing in the Gulf of Maine. Would a 7'6" heavy be good for jigging using a 14-18 oz jig? Looking to add Daiwa 15H as the reel.
1 Answer
I would actually recommend using a Lamiglas Triflex 7'6'' 6-16 oz lure weight rod if you plan on use that heavy of a jig.
Submitted by: Donald on March 9, 2018

Michael Bona
from Pelham, NY asked:
June 23, 2016
Sorry for the confusion. Out of the Teramar models above, which Teramar models DO NOT have a split grip? I'd like to buy one, but dont want a split grip butt.
1 Answer
The heavy action rods 6'6, 7 and 7'6 are all solid no split grip.
Submitted by: Donald on June 23, 2016

Dave
from NJ asked:
February 17, 2015
Which one of these rods would be good for fluke, sea bass and black fish of the Jersey coast?
1 Answer
Dave, SHM-2919 6'6" Teramar Northeast Inshore will be an excellent rod for the fish you are targeting.
Submitted by: Frank on February 25, 2015

Nick
from Fairfield, ct asked:
January 11, 2015
Which model would you recommend for live lining bunker and eels as well as for trolling? This would be for stripers and blues. Thanks! Which reels would you pair it with?
1 Answer
We suggest going with a 7' Tallus (SHM-2436) instead of the Northeast rods. The Tallus are better all around rods and if you are trolling, it is much better. As for reels, look at the Avet MXL MC reels.
Submitted by: Customer Service on January 12, 2015

Sean
from Farmingdale, NY asked:
July 24, 2014
Hello! One question please. Are all of the casting sizes expected to come with a gimble and butt cover? Thank you for your time.
2 Answers
From what we has been told, yes. They should all come with a gimble and butt cap.
Submitted by: Customer Service on July 25, 2014
On the teramar model 2219 would i be able to use 15lb power pro and will the rod be able to handle 8 to 10 oz weight. Some times,when fluking, depending on conditions you may have to use heavier oz weights to get to bottom.Also does shimano make any other casting or conventional rods that might be a little shorter say 5' 8" to 6" 3" that would work for Fluke
Submitted by: Ken on September 3, 2015 from pemberton nj

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