Shimano Teramar Inshore Northeast Casting Rods
$159.99 - $189.99
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- TC4 blank construction
- Fuji Aluminum Oxide Guides
- Fuji reel seat
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5 Stars based on 2 reviews
Port Ewen, NY
July 5, 2016
Great back bone
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.
March 25, 2016
Very happy with this choice
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.
4 Questions & 5 Answers
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.
The heavy action rods 6'6, 7 and 7'6 are all solid no split grip.
on June 23, 2016
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?
Dave, SHM-2919 6'6" Teramar Northeast Inshore will be an excellent rod for the fish you are targeting.
on February 25, 2015
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?
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.
on January 12, 2015
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.
From what we has been told, yes. They should all come with a gimble and butt cap.
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
on September 3, 2015
from pemberton nj