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Shimano Teramar Inshore Southeast Casting and Spinning Rods

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LengthPowerActionLine Weight (lb)Lure Weight (oz)Foregrip LengthReargrip LengthNo. of GuidesPrice
6' 6''MediumFast8 - 143/8 - 5/82.5"9.0"Tip+9$119.99 USD
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6' 6''Medium HeavyFast12 - 151/2 - 3/43.0"9.0"Tip+9$119.99 USD
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7'Medium HeavyMedium Fast15 - 251/2 - 1 1/23.5"9.75"Tip+9$119.99 USD
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7'Medium HeavyExtra Fast15 - 251/2 - 1 1/23.5"9.5"Tip+9$119.99 USD
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7'HeavyExtra Fast15 - 303/4 - 23.5"9.5"Tip+9$119.99 USD
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7' 6''HeavyFast15 - 301/2 - 24.5"13.5"Tip+9$129.99 USD
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7' 6''Medium HeavyFast15 - 251/2 - 1 1/24.0"12.5"Tip+9$129.99 USD
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6' 6''MediumExtra Fast6 - 121/8 - 1/22.0"7.75"Tip+7$119.99 USD
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6' 6''Medium HeavyFast6 - 151/4 - 5/82.25"8.0"Tip+7$119.99 USD
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7'MediumMedium Fast6 - 151/4 - 5/82.25"8.0"Tip+8$119.99 USD
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7'MediumFast8 - 173/8 - 12.25"8.0"Tip+8$119.99 USD
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7'MediumExtra Fast6 - 151/4 - 5/82.25"9.0"Tip+8$119.99 USD
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7'Medium HeavyFast10 - 201/2 - 1 1/22.5"9.0"Tip+8$119.99 USD
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7'Medium HeavyExtra Fast10 - 201/2 - 1 1/22.5"9.0"Tip+8$119.99 USD
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7'HeavyMedium Fast15 - 301/2 - 23.0"10.0"Tip+8$119.99 USD
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7' 4''MediumMedium Fast6 - 151/4 - 3/42.75"8.0"Tip+8$119.99 USD
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7' 6''Medium LightFast6 - 171/4 - 1/22.75"8.0"Tip+8$129.99 USD
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7' 6''MediumFast8 - 171/4 - 3/42.75"10.0"Tip+8$129.99 USD
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7' 6''MediumExtra Fast8 - 171/4 - 3/42.75"9.0"Tip+8$129.99 USD
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7' 6''Medium HeavyFast10 - 201/2 - 1 1/22.75"10.0"Tip+8$129.99 USD
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7' 6''Medium HeavyExtra Fast10 - 201/2 - 1 1/22.75"10.0"Tip+8$129.99 USD
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7' 10''MediumExtra Fast8 - 171/4 - 12.75"10.0"Tip+9$129.99 USD
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8'MediumFast8 - 173/8 - 3/43.0"9.75"Tip+9$129.99 USD
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8'Medium HeavyFast10 - 201/2 - 1 1/22.75"10.5"Tip+9$129.99 USD
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8'HeavyFast15 - 301/2 - 23.0"12.0"Tip+9$129.99 USD
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15-403/4 - 34.5''12.0''Tip+9$139.99 USD
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8'Extra Extra HeavyFast20 - 402 - 54.5"13.5"Tip+9$149.99 USD
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Shimano Teramar Inshore rod series was created for anglers from two very different locations: the Southeast and the West Coast. Southeastern anglers will find perfect rods for plug casting for snook, spinning on the flats or tarpon fishing under passes. West Coast anglers have an array of rods that includes trigger-stick casting rods for swim baits and jig sticks.

  • Shimano TC4 Construction.
  • New Concept Fuji Hardloy guides.
  • Fuji reel seat.
  • Grade A cork handles.
  • Gudebrod thread wrapped guides.
  • Convenient hook keeper. .
Shimano Teramar Inshore Southeast Casting and Spinning Rods Features

  • New Concept Fuji Hardloy guides
  • Select casting models feature a Fuji exposed blank reel seat
  • Grade A cork handles
  • Gudebrod thread wrapped guides for added strength
  • Convenient hook keeper
  • Construction
  • Shimano TC4 Construction

  • 5 Stars based on 42 reviews
    By Justin
    San Antonio, Tx
    June 3, 2018
    Great rod for the money.
    I have paired a MH 7.5 and a MH 7 foot with Tranx 400 reels, and they are about perfect for trolling and casting for king mackerel from my kayak. Once I can buy a couple more of these setups, I intend to leave my heavier tackle at home unless I plan to bottom fish next to the oil rigs.
    ProsTough, good price, fairly light weight.
    By Bill
    May 26, 2017
    Great rod for the money
    This is my second TMS MH rod. It is a great rod for the money. My 4 year old rod is 7'6" I bought it for slip cork fishing and throwing top water lures. I am hoping the shorter rod will be my new favorite for working a Cajun Thunder, twitch baits and heavy jigs in deep water. I haven't used it enough to decide on the shorter length. Both rods are matching with Shimano Ci4 using 20# braid. They can stop almost anything I catch in the Intracoastal waterway here in NE FL/Jacksonville. I have caught redfish up to 38" in a foot of water. A medium heavy action combined with a fast action tip is gentle enough to toss live bait a mile and not tear it up. It will also sling a top water plug or Bomber Long A with tremendous accuracy. Flats fishing is about hitting the target. These rods are great. I also carry two T Allen high carbon micro guide 7'8" medium action with extra fast tips. They are the most sensitive rods I have ever seen. I use them for 1/8 jigs and lately an Unfair Advantage shrimp. Both rods are also paired with Shimano Ci4 2500 and 10# braid. The rod is more than double the cost of my Teramar. They will cast a tiny weight across town! I use them the most. If a fish taps your lure it's like getting slapped in the hand amazing sensitivity. The last rod on my boat is a Star Rod - Plasma 7' heavy action with 20# braid. It is rated for baits up to 2oz but can handle double that if bottom fishing. I use it for soaking blue crab pieces for redfish, big live mullet and trolling. The rod is a beast and doesn't cast very well it's too stiff and too short. It works very well in specific circumstances. All my rods are one piece. I am old enough to need hi-viz line. I get out two or three times a week. Fish don't fear me.... Yet
    ProsGreat price very durable.
    ConsMy 4 year old rod is showing some rust on eyes. I fish only saltwater. They are rinsed off 95% of the time.
    By Muddyh20
    suisun city, ca
    June 22, 2018
    Great Deal!
    Just received my teremar couldn’t be more impressed. For the price a great choice. Quality through and through. Only 2 outings so far no issues spanking the strippers. Getting ready to order another.
    ProsQuality work, great price point!
    By HankNYNJ
    June 18, 2018
    sensitive and strong
    I use for bottom fishing in Long Island Sound - big porgy, sea bass, and chopper blue all good
    Prosvery sensitive and very strong
    Consa little too long
    By Peter
    Charleston, SC
    March 22, 2018
    A great inshore fishing rod
    I have been using the Teramar 7'6" inshore medium action rods for redfish, speckled trout and other inshore species on the Carolina coast and have found they are light, sensetive and very well made rods. They cast well and handle daily abuse from fishing for big redfish near structure like oyster beds, docks and jetties. These rods are built to last with high quality Fuji guides and cork handles that hold up extremely well to the extreme saltwater fishing we do. This is a great rod for any inshore fisherman!
    ProsSensetive, light and strong, excellent guide placement and action perfectly matched for tough inshore redfish and other hard fighting fish, a high quality rod for the money.
    By Elvin
    February 3, 2018
    No issues
    Item came packaged very well in a hard cardboard tube. No damage to the rod. Rod came as described.
    By Mark
    San Antonio, PR
    November 16, 2017
    Nice rod!
    I paired this rod with a Shimano Calcutta 201B reel. So far so good! Very sensitive rod for a reasonable price!! I love it!
    Prossensitive, strong, affordable
    By TOD26
    New Jersey
    November 15, 2017
    great rod
    This is my 3rd Shimano rod. They are my favorite rods for big fish. This rod has great action and may appear to be lightweight but it has no problem handling gator blues and 30# bass. It makes for a very sporty experience when fishing this rod for bigger fish. Outstanding!
    Prosaction, and power despite the small diameter. Exactly the quality I expect from Shimano.
    By D
    May 18, 2017
    Very nice rod
    Will be trying out this weekend-Like the looks & feel
    By Mickey
    Akron, Ohio
    March 25, 2017
    Perfect for Trolling with 4 3/8" and 5 1/4" Rapala Minnow
    I already have a Shimano Compre Spinning Rod with the same attributes - 7'6" Length, Medium Power, Extra Fast action. Looked long and hard for a backup. The rod absorbs the hit by Northern Pike, Walleye, and Smallies. Sets the hook almost effortlessly. It's really fun to fish with a rod like this. Will take the new rod with me to Canada - Eastern Outlet Pickerel River - this May. Caught several Pike +15 Lbs on this type rod. Expect this new rod to behave much the same.
    ProsRod absorbs the impact of the strike but has the muscle to handle larger fish.
    By Frank Q
    San Francisco
    January 28, 2017
    Love this rod! Casts like a dream. The longer butt grip is nice as well. So glad i bought this rod!
    ProsQuality build Looks
    By Daniel
    Locust Valley, NY
    January 28, 2017
    Perfect Match!
    After consulting with TD regarding a rod recommendation for a Shimano Baitrunner this rod was suggested. Huge success from the kayak with fishy results. Sensitive and powerful at the same time, Great product!
    By Charley
    Sarasota, FL
    December 31, 2016
    Great blank/rod and components. Great feel and action - well balanced.
    By Dennis
    Southwest Florida
    December 21, 2016
    Bought these for my wife
    Purchased this rod for my with for Redfish and Snook. Light weight strong and well balanced. Nice rod will buy one for myself
    By Matthew
    September 29, 2016
    amazing product
    i have used this rod for both saltwater and freshwater. This rod can do it all! When i am trolling a spinner bait and one spinner stops spinning i can fell it.
    ProsCan feel everything, great rod, Can handle anything
    By John
    Mobile AL
    September 11, 2016
    Great rod, plenty of power.
    This rod is amazing, I purchased this for bigger game fish in the gulf. I paired this with a Quantum Iron 300, and it preformed very nice. When ever I troll in my kayak I use Rat-l-traps, and I managed to pull up a good size shark with some effort.
    ProsGreat back bone, and parabolic dynamics for such a long rod.
    By Brian
    September 2, 2016
    Best rod at this price point
    Great rod, light and sensitive. You can actually throw very light baits with these rods for redfish and trout. It's has enough backbone to handle tough fish around structure as well.
    By Daniel
    Naples, FL
    August 25, 2016
    Good rod
    I use this for small tarpon and small sharks. Paired with a Shimano baitrunner 8000D it is a great setup.
    June 22, 2016
    Amazing performance for the money
    Extremely light yet very responsive and strong, have a Shimano Curado paired with this one for inshore and kayak fishing and it handles great!
    By Jacob
    May 5, 2016
    Great Rod
    Great Rod I use the 7ft medium extra fast. Works great for walking top waters for trout and reds.
    By Jim R.
    North Wildwood, NJ
    December 16, 2015
    This is my fourth Teramar and I'm equally pleased with all of them. I paired this with an Okuma Komodo 364 w/ 40# Power Pro. Thisbis one formidable combination. This rod throws 1 ounce to 4 ounce equally well and has incredible backbone. I'm getting a second setup just like this one.
    By Jimmy
    Massapequa Park, New York
    November 7, 2015
    Nice rod
    I have caught Bass to nearly 30 lbs with rod in the back bays. It's a pretty good rod for someone that does not want to spend a lot on a rod.
    ProsCasts pretty well Strong Nice action
    By Joe
    Sanibel, FL
    October 31, 2015
    SW Florida Saltwater Fishing
    Bought this to fish primarily Snook and Redfish on Sanibel and Captiva Islands in SW Florida. Followed the advice of the Tackle Direct representative who helped me make the decision. This is the absolute perfect rod for this application. Recently caught many Reds and Snook in October at Blind Pass on Sanibel. Rod performed exactly as advertised. Super strong with great sensitivity. Love the fact that it is one piece. Would/will buy again.
    By Taylor Craig
    Bronx, NY
    May 25, 2015
    Good for the boat as well
    I wanted something I could use for striper and blackfish on boats. This rod does the rod.
    ProsSensitive but as power.
    ConsNothing so far.
    By Bryan
    February 27, 2015
    Excellent rod
    Nice inshore rod and is bargain-priced for its sensitivity and quality. The rod includes 9 guides and pairs well with a Sustain or Stradic reel.
    By JK
    Silver Spring, MD
    January 29, 2015
    Great rod for the price
    Bought the 7'6" Heavy bait cast model to bottom fish for flukes, tautogs, and sea bass off the Mid-Atlantic coast. The extra long butt section of this rod (13.5") really helps to get leverage when fighting the fish, and allows me to tuck in under my arm for comfort. I was originally looking into a St. Croix Premier musky rod, but wanted to save a few bucks and knew Shimano had always made quality products. Though the Teramar is rated up to 2oz, I had no trouble working an 8oz sinker amongst rock piles, and provided good hook-setting power with it's stout backbone. It wasn't quite as sensitive or as light weight as the all-graphite St. Croix Premier, as the Teramar's TC4 construction has fiberglass inlayed with graphite. But for around $70 less, it does as good a job as the Premier, and I had no trouble detecting bites. Looking to get another 7' MH for lighter inshore applications.
    Pros- quality construction - long butt section on the 7'6" Heavy - can handle heavier lures - price - stout backbone/ soft tip
    Cons- slightly heavier than all-graphite rod
    By Andrew
    West River, MD
    December 6, 2014
    Good Piece of Kit
    Good rod for inshore fishing. Nice backbone, can muscle stripers and blues with ease. Enough stoutness to handle 1-2 ounces either jigging or drifting bait. Only reason why it doesn't get a fifth star is because of the weight.
    By Robert
    Orlando, FL
    November 23, 2014
    another great rod from shimano
    I've been pleased with Shimano rods in the past and my new Teramar does not disappoint. Great for pitching unweighted soft plastics, and you can't beat the warranty
    Proslight weight, super responsive, great warranty
    By Ralph
    New Jersey
    November 8, 2014
    Great handing rod!
    Bought this rod to do some light surf fishing. I was impressed by the way it handled nice sized stripers and blues. Very sensitive rod. You can feel every bump. Highly recommended.
    ProsGreat feel. We'll made.
    ConsCork could be more durable like on the Penn Regiment.
    By Mark
    Enterprise, AL
    March 28, 2014
    Great Rod
    Matching with a Calcutta 200. Great outfit for trout and redfish.
    ProsWeight and balance
    By Jim
    Landrum, SC
    March 22, 2014
    Overall Good Rod
    Rod has a very nice action and feel, makes it very versatile. However it is a little tip heavy.
    By Colin
    Wallingford, PA
    December 12, 2013
    Teremar Spinning
    This is a great rod. It's sensative, strong, and light. Great for any inshore fishing
    ProsStron, Light, Powerful, Nice Backbone
    By Mike
    December 5, 2013
    Great rod
    Love this rod- I own three
    By Tejaas
    TX Hill Country
    September 7, 2013
    Best rods, hands down.
    Absolutely recommend these to any serious angler. I use them (Teramar family - not JUST this rod specifically!) for inshore as well as for freshwater bass. Beautiful rods, perfect balance and function. Sensitive where ya want it to be, and plenty of spine to pull fish out of cover Can't stress enough how enjoyable these rods are.
    ConsNot a single fault.
    By Adam Olson
    jacksonville, Nc
    August 25, 2013
    tank of a rod!!
    Highest quality product!!! I combined it with a Calcutta reel and it is unstoppable.
    By BC
    Queens, NY
    August 9, 2013
    great rod, very light yet strong
    handled my porgy seabass boat fishing with ease
    By Paul
    Columbia, S.C.
    July 12, 2013
    Best Spinning Rod For Money
    Have used many more expensive rods made by Shimano and other manufacturers. This rod is the best value for the money and preforms like rods in the $150-$200 range.
    ProsBest rod available for around $100. Love the cork handle and finish on the rod.
    By Paul Byrley
    Port ST Lucie, FL
    April 11, 2013
    Very nice rod, delivered safely and quickly
    I look forward to my trip to Florida in May - hope to catch a nice snook on this rod!
    Proswell made, just as I expected.
    By Paul Sider
    New Orleans LA
    February 15, 2013
    Shimano TMS-F70H Teramar Southeast Spinning Rod
    I am enjoying this rod and looking forward to buying more equipment like this.
    ProsThe way the product was shipped and the condition I received it.
    By alex
    sewell, NJ
    February 14, 2013
    Great rod
    this a great rod for fluke and schoolie striper its light and really strong and sensitive
    Proslight strong
    Consi dont have 2 ;)
    By John
    Houston, TX
    August 13, 2012
    Great for Light Baits
    After searching a very long time, I chose this rod for throwing unweighted plastics and DOA shrimp. So far I am thrilled. I matched the rod with a stradic 2500 and could not be happier with the combo.
    By Michael
    August 5, 2012
    Teramar casting rod
    I purchased 2 of these rods for tarpon fishing. Landed 2 up to 120 lbs. the first week I had them. Handled great. Excellent strength yet still fairly lightweight.
    ProsDurabe Light Fast action
    20 Questions & 20 Answers
    from Mystic island, nj asked:
    March 14, 2018
    Which spinning rod would be best for nj inshore for fluke/stripers matched to a penn clash 4000?
    1 Answers
    Hello Kevin, the 7'6 mh extra fast action would work well for inshore stripers and fluke.
    on March 15, 2018

    from Hartselle, AL asked:
    May 30, 2017
    Does the SHM-0391 come with or without a butt cap?
    1 Answers
    This particular model of shimano does come with a butt cap.
    on June 1, 2017

    from jersey asked:
    May 31, 2018
    Should I pair the 7‚€™6‚€ MH Xtra Fast with a shimano Stradic 3000 or 4000? Fishing for stripers
    1 Answers
    I would recommend using the 4000 size reel with that rod.
    on June 1, 2018

    from Glastonbury, CT asked:
    April 4, 2018
    What weight reel will the tcm-66 accommodate? Also, what reel would you suggest.
    1 Answers
    Those particular casting rods would pair well with a low-profile or round baitcasting reel like the Shimano Curado K or Calcutta 200.
    on April 6, 2018

    from West Palm Beach asked:
    February 4, 2018
    Between the 7‚€™ medium power rods, why is the extra fast action rod weighted for a heavier line/lure than the fast action one? Just trying to pick a lighter rod for my bg3000 that‚€™s not going to tire my arm as fast walking top waters and casting general inshore lures.
    1 Answers
    The durability of the blank from the MF is different from the F meaning slightly more durable/more backbone, therefor the slight difference in line weight. The Fast action isn't much heavier so i would advise using the F rod for the reel your matching it with.
    on February 13, 2018

    from IL - Illinois asked:
    December 20, 2017
    Which casting rod for trophy pike in Canada?
    1 Answers
    The 7'6'' MH or H would be best for pike fishing in Canada. Personally i like the MH for it's versatility.
    on December 21, 2017

    from nowhere asked:
    February 15, 2017
    Would the 8 foot heavy or the 8 foot extra heavy be best for sharks and larger fish?
    1 Answers
    Depending on how large specie of fish you are targeting will determine if both rods can handle it. These rods are very durable and reliable that can take alot of weight and pressure.
    on February 15, 2017

    from Miami, Florida asked:
    February 10, 2017
    Looking for a spinning rod that can handle mahi and sailfish and can also handle bottom fishing. Which Teramar do you guys recommend?
    1 Answers
    i would advise getting a MH or H Teramar 7 ft for the style of fishing and for the species of fish you are targeting.
    on February 10, 2017

    from md asked:
    February 8, 2017
    Because I need to travel and leave the rods in a rental car lor taxi often, I need a 2 piece (approx 50/50), are any of these rods 2 piece?
    1 Answers
    All of these models from Shimano are 1pc.
    on February 8, 2017

    from Md asked:
    February 8, 2017
    With such a long list of rods, why are they not listed as casting vs spinning?
    1 Answers
    Great question! We will try and add a column stating that. TMC- are casting, TMS- are spinning.
    on February 8, 2017

    Nathaníél Ramirez
    from Miami, Florida asked:
    January 11, 2017
    And is the Tms-80m a casting rod
    1 Answers
    The TMS-80M is a spinning rod.
    on January 12, 2017

    Nathaniel Ramirez
    from Miami, Florida asked:
    January 11, 2017
    Hi, Which shimano teramar casting rid would you pair with an avet sx? Preferably something at least 7'6 or 8'
    1 Answers
    The Shimano TMC-76MH Teramar Inshore Southeast Casting Rod would be a great fit for the Avet Sx.
    on January 12, 2017

    from Virginia asked:
    September 8, 2016
    Hello, I was just wondering what color this rod is because I can't really tell. Thanks, Billy
    1 Answers
    Billy, Hello this rod is going to be a dark blue blank.
    on September 9, 2016

    from Florida asked:
    August 5, 2015
    I was advised to get this rod for bass fishing in Florida. Need some backbone to get the bass of the heavy growth. I'm thinking of pairing it with the Shimano Baitcaster OC 4000 series. Would you recommend the TMSF70H or could I get by with the medium or medium heavy rod?
    1 Answers
    Hello Tom. The medium would work for you depending on the baits you were using. The medium heavy would be best for what you are doing. And the heavy would be a bit over kill.
    on August 6, 2015

    from columbia sc asked:
    July 1, 2015
    under your chart line weight, is that in braid or mono?
    1 Answers
    For this rod the line weights that are in the chart are for monofilament.
    on July 2, 2015

    from Flemington, New Jersey asked:
    April 6, 2015
    Which Shimano Teramar 7 foot spinning rod model would you recommend for salt marsh tidal creek redfish and spotted trout fishing?
    1 Answers
    Stats, I would recommend the 7'0" Medium heavy, it will be an excellent rod for your application.
    on April 7, 2015

    from new york asked:
    November 20, 2014
    tms-80m. shm-0400 , is that 1 piece
    1 Answers
    Yes it is a one piece rod.
    Customer Service
    on November 21, 2014

    from Hampton bays asked:
    October 13, 2014
    Is the 7ft medium heavy rod for fishing for larger striped bass bottom fishing
    1 Answers
    Yes, this rod is great for Striped Bass and bottom fishing. We suggest going with SHM-0391. It is the Med Heavy, extra fast, 15-25# rod. It will give you the hook setting power you will need better than the med. fast rod.
    Customer Service
    on October 14, 2014

    from CherryPoint asked:
    September 19, 2013
    How well is this rod for bottom fishing in the surf. Does it cast far? i like to use live bait
    1 Answers
    The Shimano Teramar is a very sensitive rod for bottom fishing. For surf fishing and casting the longer rods are definitely great for gaining distance from the surf. They are good rods to choose from in the Shimano lineup . Either a 7'6" or an 8' would be a good rod for surf casting.
    Customer Service
    on September 21, 2013

    from Dubai asked:
    March 22, 2013
    Is this a one or two piece rod ? Regards Rob
    1 Answers
    Customer Service
    on March 22, 2013


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