Shimano 2021 Teramar Northeast Spinning Rods

Shimano 2021 Teramar Northeast Spinning Rods

$159.99 - $169.99
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TD Code
TypeLengthPowerActionMono Line WeightBraided Line WeightForegrip LengthReargrip LengthPrice
TMSE66MHB
SHM-4467
Spinning6'6''
1 pc
Medium HeavyModerate Fast15-30lb30-65lb4in10in$159.99 USD
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TMSE70MB
SHM-4468
Spinning7'
1 pc
MediumFast10-20lb20-40lb4in10in$159.99 USD
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TMSEX70MB
SHM-4469
Spinning7'
1 pc
MediumX-Fast10-20lb20-40lb4in10in$159.99 USD
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TMSE70MHB
SHM-4470
Spinning7'
1 pc
Medium HeavyFast15-30lb30-65lb5in12.5in$159.99 USD
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TMSEX70MHB
SHM-4471
Spinning7'
1 pc
Medium HeavyX-Fast15-30lb30-65lb5in12.5in$159.99 USD
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TMSE70HB
SHM-4472
Spinning7'
1 pc
HeavyFast20-40lb40-80lb5in14in$169.99 USD
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Redesigned for 2021, the Shimano Teramar Northeast Spinning 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.
4.5 Stars based on 3 reviews
By Rob
Mays Landing, NJ
Great Rod For Inshore Fishing
June 25, 2020
I have the 7' Medium Heavy Action Teramar NE and bought it early 2020. I have it paired with the Stradic FL 4000 spooled with 30lb Power Pro Super slick and this seems to be a really good match for balance, casting distance, etc. Used it on the boat for both bottom rig and jigging,and in the surf casting lures and it was worked well for all of them. Its fairly sensitive given the MH action, so i'm able to feel whats going on with smaller fish and handled a 24" blue fish with room to spare. Tried this out on the lake and landed a 6lb large mouth bass. The bass stood no chance against this teramar.

Keep in mind with this rod, i you really need to crank down on the reel lock nut. the threading could be improved in comparison to other rods i own but this doesn't cause any issues.

It seems like a very versatile and durable rod that i will continue to put to the test.
By Steve
Seminole, FL
The perfect Hogfish rod
March 12, 2018
The 7 foot medium is perfect for Hogfishing and subtle snapper bites. This rod is super light, super sensitive but has all the backbone you need to lift something big up off the bottom. I have caught keeper grouper while knocker rig fishing with shrimp on this rod and had no issues getting them up. This is the ideal rod for fishing with a 3000-5000 size reel with 20-30 pound test. I always have 2 of these exact rods with a 4000 and a 5000 stradic on them. These are the only spinning rods I use offshore anymore and eventually I will buy 2 of the medium heavy 7 footers and keep 4000 stradics on the medium and the 5000 stradics on the medium heavy. Just be careful not to crush the guides, they will easily bend.
Pros
  • Balances well with 4000 stradic. Super sensitive and light. Brute power
Cons
  • Warranty is only a year. Delicate guides
By Andrew R.
Essex, MA
Not as "Extra-Fast" as advertized
October 24, 2017
I have the 7'6 model paired with a Shimano Stella 6000 and it is one of my favorite setups for inshore striped bass fishing. the rod has more than enough power to pull large fish out of the rocks. my only gripe with the rod is the action is a little slower than advertised, i did not realize in the store when i purchased it but when working soft plastic twitch baits. The action pales in comparison to rods such as the Saint Croix Avid which I also have in the 7'6 and is much better for this application. I do love this rod but just not as advertised. Would be well suited for pitching live bait off a bait runner or working conventional plugs for sure.
12 Questions & 11 Answers
LS
from CT asked:
August 2, 2021
What is the lure rating for the fast MH Rod?
1 Answer
LS.

The lure weight for the TMSE70MHB is 1/2 - 2 oz.  Please let us know if there is anything else we can assist you with.

Submitted by: Rick - TackleDirect Customer Service on August 3, 2021

Skippy
from CA asked:
May 20, 2020
Would the TMSE70H be a good pair with a Penn Slammer III 7500?
1 Answer
Hello, 


Yes, the 7 foot heavy will pair well with your 75k Slammer. Tight lines! 

Submitted by: B. Smith on May 20, 2020

Butters
from US-CA asked:
April 30, 2020
can this rod handle offshore fishing for yellowtail?
1 Answer
Shimano Teramar Rods would make for a lot of fun fishing for yellowtail. 
Submitted by: Sydney on April 30, 2020

thomas chuckas
from norwalk CT asked:
October 1, 2019
would this rod be a good choice for blackfish from a boat with a shimano 6000 or 4000.



Micco
from Ocean City, New Jersey asked:
November 19, 2018
Would a Daiwa BG 3500 be a good match for the TMSE66MH
1 Answer
Yes, that reel would pair well with that rod.
Submitted by: Rebecca on November 21, 2018

Vince
from MA asked:
July 23, 2018
What is the rod weight for TMSEX76MH?
1 Answer
The rod weighs 5.6oz
Submitted by: Rebecca on July 25, 2018

jon
from Louisiana asked:
April 12, 2018
looking for a rod to pair with either a shimano spheros 8000 or penn spinfisher 6500 for inshore fishing (smaller tarpon, snook, jacks, and other species you catch off the beach). Want a rod that i can both throw reasonably sized topwater and lures and occasionally live bait. Any suggestions. Also, what pound braid would you recommend.
1 Answer
For fishing on boats or land based locations where casting distance is not a primary concern I'd suggest looking into a medium-heavy Shimano Terez. If you are fishing from the beach and are looking for a surf rod I'd suggest the St. Coix Mojo Surf or Avid Surf (medium power).
Submitted by: Devon on April 16, 2018

craig moore
from NJ asked:
March 10, 2018
What is the weight of the model rated 1-4 oz...thank you.
1 Answer
Model number TMSE70H weighs 8.4 oz.
Submitted by: Tyler on March 12, 2018

Jim Dunela
from Portsmouth NH asked:
February 25, 2018
Is the Shimano BTR 6000 a good match for the TMSEX70MH? I like to use it to cast lures up to 2 ounces. My smallest lure is 1/2 ounce. I also jig with soft plastics. Fish inshore for striped bass.
1 Answer
I would suggest going with the the 4000 size as it will be a better size match with that particular rod. The 4000 size will give you a sufficient line capacity with 30# braid or lighter. If you plan on using a braided line heavier than 30# or any type of monofilament, I'd suggest stepping up to the 6000 size to get sufficient line capacity.
Submitted by: Devon on March 6, 2018

Jon Garrigus
from CA asked:
December 12, 2017
Do you guys have the split grip model on the 7"6 mh model
1 Answer
The Shimano Teramar Inshore Northeast Spinning Rods is not available in split grip.
Submitted by: Bernie on December 13, 2017

Dave
from New Jersey asked:
December 5, 2017
Which Teramar inshore NE to pair with VS vr150 for inshore? stripers, blues, etc
1 Answer
The Shimano TMSEX70MH Teramar Inshore Northeast 7ft Spinning Rod would be a great rod to compliment the VR 150 for the application the setup will be used for.
Submitted by: Donald on December 5, 2017

Brian
from LIS asked:
July 30, 2015
Which models of this rod have the split grips? On the casting rods only the heavy comes with a full grip, is it the same for the spinning?
1 Answer
It is the same for spinning, only the heavy has the full grip.
Submitted by: David on August 6, 2015

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