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Shimano Terez Spinning Rods

Shimano Terez Spinning Rods

Redesigned for 2019, the new Terez Rods feature Shimano's Spiral-X and Hi-Power X blank construction.

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TypeLengthPowerActionBraided Line RatingForegrip LengthReargrip LengthGimbal TypePrice
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Medium LightFast15-40lb6.2in14.3inRubber$279.99 USD
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MediumFast20-50lb6.2in14.3inRubber$279.99 USD
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MediumFast20-50lb6.2in14.3inRubber$279.99 USD
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Medium HeavyFast40-80lb6.2in14.3inRubber$279.99 USD
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Medium HeavyFast40-80lb6.2in14.3inRubber$279.99 USD
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HeavyFast50-100lb7.1in14.3inAluminum$279.99 USD
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HeavyFast50-100lb7.1in14.3inAluminum$279.99 USD
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Extra HeavyFast65-200lb7.1in14.3inAluminum$279.99 USD
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Extra HeavyFast65-200lb7.1in14.3inAluminum$279.99 USD
Redesigned for 2019, the new Shimano Terez Spinning Rods are stronger, lighter, and better suited to dominate the blue water than ever before. Featuring Shimano's Spiral-X and Hi-Power X construction, the new Terez is built on one of the world's most advanced blanks and is fitted with all custom components for a rod that is truly built to perfection. Spiral X construction consists of multiple layers comprised of carbon tape that tightly winds the blank diagonally in opposite directions, resulting in enhanced torsional rigidity without adding extra weight. This construction results in an extremely responsive rod that allows for instant power transmission and greatly enhances fish fighting capabilities. Spiral X blanks are 250% more structurally rigid and 180% less prone to twisting than standard blank construction. These advanced blanks are equipped custom Shimano Aluminum Reel Seats and wrapped with all new Fuji BKW Alconite frame guides. The 2019 Terez series covers a wide spectrum of offshore angling techniques by consisting of 12 casting models, 9 spinning, and 2 rail rods. Whether youíre fishing the Northeast or Southeast, Gulf Coast or West Coast, or traveling the world in search of exotic trophies, there's a Terez rod to fit any application.
5 Stars based on 4 reviews
By Francesco
Santo Domingo
I love The New Terez
October 16, 2019
I have 2, grappler J and terez i love them. Great rods for the money and very light but strong.
By George
Charleston, SC
Everything they said about this pole is TRUE!
November 10, 2015
This is either the best or real close to the best fishing pole I've ever fished with. It can handle just about anything, inshore, offshore, etc. Very light and the handle feels great in the hand with the finger grooves. I would highly recommend this pole to anyone that is looking for a great, durable pole.
ProsLight Finger grooves in the handle Nice FUJI eyes I've fished this pole for 3 seasons and (knock on wood) have never broken one. I've broken 3 other brands this season alone trying to wrestle big black drum out from around dock pilings.
ConsThe only con I can come up with is the price, but you get what you pay for in this case.
By Patrick
, Paducah Kentucky
Great Rod!!
August 7, 2015
i Love these rods! super light weight with tons of power!
Proslightweight price appearance
By andre
Boynton beach, FL
Great boat rod
January 21, 2015
This rod has a great action and is very rugged. THIs rod has a bunch of different actions and length perfect for any application
50 Questions & 52 Answers
Big Al
from Ashburn, Virginia asked:
October 17, 2019
I am contemplating purchasing the Shimano Terez Spinning Rod and I am going back and forth on the length and power. I recently purchased the Shimano Saragosa 6000 and I'm look for a pole that would be great for blue fish & Striped Bass up to 30lbs. I will be using diamond jigs most frequently we the pole. I was originally thinking of going with the 7'2 Heavy and most people I talk to use 30lb braid. I am wondering if I should go down the Medium Action that is recommended for 30lb braid or if I should stay with the Heavy and just put on 50lb braid.
1 Answer
Both rods will work for your application. The heavy will just muscle them in quicker while the medium will be more of a fight. The 6000 saragosa would balance out better with the medium power rod.†
Submitted by: Bernie De Graaf on October 18, 2019

from Yucaipa, CA asked:
September 4, 2019
I have two reels, Saragossa 10k and Shimano thunnus 8k.  My question which rods would i get to to pair up to catch 50+lbs tuna or TFT. which is better to 6'9 or 7'2? 
1 Answer
The 7"2 would go nicely with your saragosa 10k and the 6ft 9 would go better with your thunnus 8k.
Submitted by: Alyssa Madosky on October 5, 2019

from Torrance Ca asked:
June 26, 2019
I have a Penn Slammer 3 8500HS. What would be the best rod to team it up with for a trip down to Baja fishing for Mahi, Tuna, and Wahoo for an all around rod? Thanks.
1 Answer
7' 8''HeavyMed-Fast50-100LC GuideAluminumPopperBlack$289.99
Submitted by: Andrew Montagna on June 27, 2019

from Galveston. asked:
June 22, 2019
Will the 7'8" cast well with a Stella? I will be throwing halco 150s and poppers on 80lb power pro.
1 Answer
Yes, that will make a great popping setup that will cast very well.†
Submitted by: Bernie De Graaf on June 26, 2019

from Galveston. asked:
May 31, 2019
Would the 7'8 XH pair well with a twin power 8000...?
1 Answer
That would make a great balanced offshore setup†
Submitted by: Bernie De Graaf on June 5, 2019

from Ft Lauderdale, FL asked:
May 24, 2019
I have a have a Thunnus 8000 with 50lb Braid and a 12000 with 65lb braid and wondered which Terez Rods would make a great pair for freelining for blackfins and kingfish in the Dry Tortugas off of Key West?
1 Answer
The 6'9 heavy would pair up well with the Thunnus.†
Submitted by: Bernie De Graaf on May 27, 2019

from Cape Coral, Florida asked:
May 23, 2019
Would any of these rods pair good with a 4500 spinfisher for all around inshore bay fishing?
1 Answer
the 20-50 line weight medium rods would pair well.†
Submitted by: Bernie De Graaf on May 24, 2019

from Woodbridge, NJ asked:
April 29, 2019
I plan to pair with a Saragosa SW8000.  The use would be mostly throwing metal for striper and possibly popping for tuna.  Is there something that would work for both?  I may chunk on very rare occasions but will more then likely make a new set up for that.
1 Answer
The 7'2 mh would be a good model for that type of fishing†
Submitted by: Bernie De Graaf on May 8, 2019

from Florida asked:
April 20, 2019
What rod would be best for a shimano Saragossa 20000?
1 Answer
Really depends on the style of fishing you're going to be doing. The 7'2 xh would pair or the 7'8 xh†
Submitted by: Bernie De Graaf on May 9, 2019

from Destin, Fl asked:
April 17, 2019
Which Terez spinning rod would you recommend for trolling for Spanish mackerel and Kingfish? I was thinking a medium w/ a 5000/6000 size. Any suggestions?
1 Answer

6' 9''HeavyFast50-100Stainless Alconite Fuji TKAluminumTuna Live BaitBlack$259.99 USD
Submitted by: Andrew Montagna on May 17, 2019

from Ohio/Florida asked:
January 24, 2019
Are these rods 1 piece rods?
1 Answer
These are one piece rods.
Submitted by: Bernie on January 24, 2019

from San Diego, CA asked:
January 1, 2019
How much drag pressure can The 7‚€™2‚€ XH model be used with it? The specs that you have listed on this site says it‚€™s rated for up to 100lb line, on the rod it says it‚€™s rated for 200lb line. I plan on using heavy line with max drag pressure for large tuna.
1 Answer
Shimano doesn't list a drag rating for the Terez rods. The 6'9" is rated to 200 pounds while the 8 foot is rated to 100 pounds.
Submitted by: Bernie on January 16, 2019

from Cape asked:
November 22, 2018
Which terez will be best to match with a Stella 14k for tuna up north and big grouper in Florida
1 Answer
The 6'9" heavy or the 6'9" extra heavy(more geared towards bottom fishing.)
Submitted by: Bernie on November 25, 2018

Moritz Lenhard
from Germany asked:
September 29, 2018
Can I use The terez Convention rod for jigging and Casting oder just for Casting ?
2 Answers
You can use these rods for jigging also.
Submitted by: Rebecca on October 3, 2018
The blanks on certain models are specifically made for jigging like the 7' 2'' mh thats made for jigging.
Submitted by: Bernie on October 3, 2018

from NY asked:
July 18, 2018
Which rod should I pair my slammer 6500 with for bigger poppers and swimmers?
1 Answer
Both 7' 8" models are designed for popping.
Submitted by: Bernie on July 19, 2018

from curacao ( caribbean ) asked:
February 8, 2018
72MBLK and the 72MHBLK do they have the same blank and only different guides !
1 Answer
Same blank and guides but the 72mblk is a medium power rod while the 72mhblk is a medium heavy rod.
Submitted by: Bernie on February 9, 2018

from Myrtle beach south carolina asked:
October 23, 2017
Was wanting to purchase a saragosa reel 8000 fishing for aj grouper and a few other off shore fish which is the best Terez pole for this reel.
1 Answer
I would say for AJ's I would lean towards a heavy fast action terez or even a xxh. Here is the link to the heavy fast.
Submitted by: Bernie on October 25, 2017

from port said, egypt asked:
September 10, 2017
hi, wanna use that 78H model of a yak...need a short lower butt section can you tell me the length please...
1 Answer
From the reel seat down to the butt end the length is 12 inches.
Submitted by: Bernie on September 11, 2017

from Malaysia asked:
July 19, 2017
How to place my order
1 Answer
You can order right here at or give us a call at 1-609-788-3819
Submitted by: Bernie on July 19, 2017

from VA asked:
July 12, 2017
What kind of warranty does this rod come with?
1 Answer
From Shimano it comes with a limited one year warranty.
Submitted by: Bernie on July 13, 2017

from Florida asked:
October 6, 2019
I have a Penn Slammer 10500 with 60lbs of drag and 80lb braided line. What spinning rod is a good match for me trying to catch Goliath Grouper in wrecks? I recently just snapped a Penn Carnage jigging rod trying this.
1 Answer


Submitted by: chris jones on October 10, 2019

from Navarre Florida asked:
May 28, 2019
I am looking for a rod that I can throw light jig head and shrimp for red fish and trout
1 Answer
The Shimano Teramar Inshore Southeast rods would be good. Penn Battalion Inshore rods, St Croix Mojo Inshore or the G-Loomis NRX rods.†
Submitted by: Rebecca Redington on May 29, 2019

Dominic Tamburrino
from Griswold CT asked:
February 10, 2019
What is the difference between the 7'8 heavy and the 7'8 extra heavy? does the XH have the second grip above the reel seat rather than the single full length grip?
1 Answer
The Extra Heavy has a bit more backbone over the Heavy. The heavy will bend further down the blank than the Extra Heavy. Both have a extra grip.†
Submitted by: Rebecca Redington on March 5, 2019

Michael Carlson
from Key West, Florida asked:
November 12, 2018
Would the Terez 7‚€8 medium heavy rod be a good rod for a Stella 14000 SW?
2 Answers
Yes, that rod will work well with this reel.
Submitted by: Ricky on November 12, 2018
What fish will you be targeting?
Submitted by: Chris on November 12, 2018

from Tiverton asked:
August 22, 2018
Does 7'2 MH or M pair better with Stella FJ 5000 as a all around combo? Such as inshore tautog or striper fishing ? What is the lure weight rated for M and MH 7'2?
1 Answer
The power of the rod does not necessarily matter when pairing with a specific reel. Medium or Medium-Heavy depends on your preference. The Medium 7'2 would be the best option when fishing striper and tautog. Unfortunately, Shimano does not have lure ratings for the Terez rods.
Submitted by: Rebecca on August 23, 2018

Patrick mahoney
from Narrag Rhode island asked:
July 12, 2018
With a 6000 saragosa, which terez rod would be good for stripers and bluefish on a boat?
1 Answer
I would recommend using the Shimano TZS72MBLK Terez Spinning Rod Black.(
Submitted by: Ricky on July 14, 2018

from California asked:
May 19, 2018
I have a Penn Slammer 9500, I‚€™m going to be casting irons and poppers at 100lb+ bluefin tuna. I‚€™m trying to decide between a Terez and a Tallus, and which model I should get. I will be fishing heavy drag and 80-100lb line.
1 Answer
I would recommend the Shimano TZS78XHBLK Terez Spinning Rod Black.
Submitted by: Ricky on May 29, 2018

from Florida asked:
May 11, 2018
Thank you for your time and expertise. Interested in pairing a Saragossa 8000 with a Terez for shore casting to Tarpon from 80 to 120lbs. Will be using plugs and swim baits around 2 ounces plus. Versatility would be a bonus-may also use the rod in Panama for roosterfish, cubera snapper--and if not asking too much for the rod--to use it on a kayak. thanks
1 Answer
That would be a perfect pair for the type of fishing you are trying to do. Call 888-354-7335 or place an order online.
Submitted by: Ricky on May 14, 2018

from Pittsfield, MA asked:
May 1, 2018
I‚€™m looking for an all arounder (poppers, jigging, live line shad) to match up with my Saragosa SW6000 for stripers, blues, albies out of my kayak. What rod would you recommend?
1 Answer
The Terez is definitely a great option. Model number TZS72MBLK would pair very well with the reel you have and would suit those applications perfectly. I'd also look into the Lamiglas Paco Kayak Series Saltwater Rods.
Submitted by: Devon on May 7, 2018

from los asked:
April 22, 2018
I'm looking for a rod that would match a slammer 3 8500 or 9500 witchever is best for casting out far to yellowtail. so. Cal. Area I'm a terez owner and love them. And would probably use brain with top shot.
1 Answer
If casting distance is of primary concern I'd suggest the 7'8" models (TZS78HBLK and TZS78XHBLK). These models would also be the best fit for a reel in the size range that you mentioned.
Submitted by: Devon on April 28, 2018

from port arransas tx asked:
April 12, 2018
hello, I have a Shimano Baitrunner D 8000 with a 50 lb braided and I would like to know that shimano terez could use for fishing, I live in texa and I fish in the gulf of mexico, I would like it to be useful for everything since there are big fish here and I fish in enbarcacion but Do not miss the cost too, thanks for your time
1 Answer
Model number TZS72MHBLK sounds like it would be a good fit for your application.
Submitted by: Devon on April 16, 2018

from Virginia asked:
March 30, 2018
Please recommend Terez or other suitable rod for a Sarogosa 8000. Will be using the rod, Initially for casting poppers and stickbaits from a kayak in Panama for rosterfush, small yellowfin tuna and perhaps cubera snapper. Will also use the road for kayakfishing in Florida and to cast from shore to Tarpon. I realize the 7‚€™8 Rods would be good for tossing poppers but for convience sake would the 7‚€™2 and 6‚€™9 Rods work our for shore casting and kayak fishing?
1 Answer
Hello Jim. The 7'2'' M or MH Terez rods would be suitable roosters and smaller yellowfin. Fishing from the kayak i would recommend using the 6'9'' M.
Submitted by: Donald on April 7, 2018

from Destin fl asked:
March 3, 2018
Which Terez conventional rod would be best suited for live bait fishing for tarpon , and amberjack fishing in 100 ft over wrecks , will my accurate bx 500 fit and be suitable.i am also needing a Terez spinning for the same purpose paired with a cobo 60 pt, any suggestion for that setup also.
1 Answer
For the spinning set up, model number TZS69HBLK would likely be the best fit for you application. I'd suggest TZC66XHBLK for the conventional setup.
Submitted by: Devon on March 9, 2018

from PA asked:
February 6, 2018
Which model TZS72MHBLK or TZS72HBLK would be better for fishing with sinkers and jigs up to 10-12 ounces? The reel will be a 10000 saragosa with 50 pound braid.
1 Answer
The better option would be a TZS72HBLK matching it with a Shimano Saragossa 10000 using 10-12 oz weights.
Submitted by: Donald on February 6, 2018

from Abilene, TX asked:
January 18, 2018
I am planning a tuna fishing trip in Galveston, Texas. I have a Shimano Twin Power SW 14000 with Power Pro #65 on and plan to use poppers. Which Terez would be a better choice, TZS78HBLK or TZS78XHBLK? Thanks.
1 Answer
Both rods use the same blank. The difference is in the guides. The TZS78HBLK (Heavy) has Stainless Alconite Fuji TK guides, and the TZS78XHBLK (Extra Heavy) has Fuji LC guides. The LC guides are more conducive to casting heavier braided lines.
Submitted by: Devon on January 22, 2018

Dominic Tamburrino
from Block island Ri asked:
December 29, 2017
Bought a saragosa 20k for popping/jigging for bluefin. What model would you recommend?
1 Answer
I'd suggest model number TZS78HBLK for popping. I would recommend a different rod for jigging, the Shimano Trevala. Which Trevala model depends on the weights of the jigs you will be using but you will want to use the Heavy at the very least.
Submitted by: Devon on January 2, 2018

from Newark, De asked:
November 27, 2017
Do they have a gimbal?
1 Answer
I checked sizes 6'9'' and 7'2'' and the rubber bottom does not come off. I would have to say there isn't gimbals on the Shimano Terez Spinning Rods.
Submitted by: Donald on November 29, 2017

Dennis E Phipps
from Agoura Hills,CA. asked:
November 25, 2017
I‚€™m looking for a Spinning rod 7‚€™8‚€ or longer that I can use with a Penn Slammer 3 - 9500 reel with 65 # power pro on it with flouro topshot to use for flylining live bait, throwing artificial or poppers for West Coast fishing. Mostly for tuna, yellowtail and White Sea Bass in the 05 to 80 pound range but occasionally larger. Can this rod fit this reel or do I need to go with something a little larger like the Tallus blue water. The only thing I don‚€™t like about the Tallus is you can‚€™t get anything longer than a 7‚€™8‚€ and they don‚€™t come with a gimbal but.
1 Answer
I would definitely suggest the Terez over the Tallus for your applications. The 50-100 lb. line rated models would be the most appropriate. I think the 9500 is more of a reel than you will need in terms of size. Also, the reel seat on the 7'2" models is not large enough to fit a Slammer III larger than the 7500, you can however fit the 9500 on the 7'8" models, but I don't feel it is a good size match.
Submitted by: Devon on November 28, 2017

Alan Benavente
from asked:
June 30, 2017
Which of the tweet rods are perfect for GT popping and which of them have the highest lure ratings?
1 Answer
Models TZS78XHBLK and TZS78HBLK are the models specific designed for popping for very large gamefish.
Submitted by: Devon on June 30, 2017

from Trinidad and Tobago asked:
March 15, 2017
Which of the terez rods do have split bottom grips, and which don't.
1 Answer
Phillip, Hello technically none of the terez rods have a true split grip. But the 78H and 70XH have a double fore grip.
Submitted by: Tyler on March 16, 2017

from Miami,FL asked:
March 3, 2017
Hi I have a Daiwa Saltist Z6000 that I run 80lb power pro on and I would like to pair it to something that can handle the 50+ lbs of drag it dishes out. I mainly use it to drift fish 100+ ft for bottom fish (Grouper,Snapper, AJ's). Which Terez would work best for my application? I want something with backbone but still have a fast tip to detect even the slightest tap. Thanks
1 Answer
The Shimano TZS69XHBLK Terez Spinning Rod Black would have the backbone your looking for along with a fast tip. The rod will match well with the Daiwa Saltist Z6000 with 80 lb Braid. Thank you for considering TackleDirect for your fishing needs.
Submitted by: Donald on March 7, 2017

from Longwood FL asked:
January 17, 2017
Hi, I'm looking at a Shimano TZS72MBLK Terez Spinning Rod for tarpon. Would a Saragossa 8000 be a good match for this rod? What size braid would be best, 40 or 50lb? Would this outfit be suitable for drifting offshore? Thanks in advance.
1 Answer
The Shimano TZS72MBLK Terez Spinning Rod will be a good fit with the Saragosa 8000 along with 50 lb braid. The combo will also be good for drifting offshore.
Submitted by: Donald on January 18, 2017

D Duke
from Houston Tx asked:
January 10, 2017
I have a 6500 Fin Nor with 65lb power pro ... Looking for all around rod... poppers , jigging, live bait?.....(king fish, snapper, tuna, dolphin)
1 Answer
Hello, the Shimano TZS72MHBLK Terez Spinning Rod Black would be a good fit for the fish your targeting and method your using.
Submitted by: Donald on January 10, 2017

from Massachusetts asked:
December 20, 2016
I have a thunnus 12000 with 100# power pro I want to put on a terez for live line and casting was looking at 7'2" heavy or 7'8" what would you recommend
1 Answer
If your using the combo as a popping rod than i would go with the 7'8''. If you are using it for anything else i would recommend using the 7'2''.
Submitted by: Donald on December 22, 2016

from UK asked:
October 26, 2016
Hi there, I previously had a Shimano Terez waxwing 7'2 MH spinning rod (power pro rating 20-40lb) until my mate stepped on it and snapped it. I'm looking to get pretty much the same rod in terms of specs but with a slightly heavier line rating. Doesnt need to be from the waxwing series though, just looking for the same sort of rod but with heavier line rating. Cheers
1 Answer
The Shimano TZS72HBLK Terez Spinning Rod Black which is the next size up would give that heavier line rating your looking for.
Submitted by: Donald on October 26, 2016

from ireland asked:
September 11, 2016
hi im looking for a spinning/popping rod for bluefin tuna here in ireland would be getting fish over 300lb+ nothing smaller then 200lb here what rod would be my best bet?
1 Answer
The Shimano TZS69XHBLK Terez Spinning Rod Black when in stock would be a good match.
Submitted by: Donald on September 21, 2016

from Orlando asked:
August 14, 2016
I would like to get an outfit for large red & snook with live bait in Sebastian Inlet FL. Not sure which rod would suit this application. What size reel would you recommend to pair with the TZS72ML or a TSZ72MBLK. I was looking at the Saragossa reels.
1 Answer
The Shimano TZS72ML Terez Spinning Rod would pair well with the Saragossa 5000sw.
Submitted by: Donald on August 16, 2016

from Shreveport asked:
December 2, 2015
Which rod would be a goo match for a fin nor 9500 or pen spinnfisher V 8500 for tarpoon,shark, and big game fish? Thanks
1 Answer
I would probably go with a 7'2" or 7'8" heavy or extra heavy.
Submitted by: David on December 3, 2015

from Liberty twp, OH asked:
December 2, 2015
I am looking to get 3 Terez rods for my 4500, 6500, and 10500 reels. the 4500 used inshore mostly snook and reds, 6500 for larger snook and grouper, and the 10500 i use for shark and rays, which rods would you recommend for these 3 reels?
1 Answer
I would not use a Terez for the lighter application, I would use some other rod like an Avid Inshore. For the grouper and big snook, I would use the 7'2" heavy rod. For sharks and rays I would use the 7'2" extra heavy.
Submitted by: David on December 3, 2015

from California asked:
October 20, 2015
I have a Saragosa 25000 with 80lb. braid and a 40lb. flouro top shot. I am planning on fishing live bait and throwing some iron. Would a Terez be a good fit for this application? If so, what length and flex would you recommend? Best Regards
1 Answer
I assume you are fishing in California for fish like Yellowtail and small tuna. I would recommend the 6'9" heavy version. You can check that out here:
Submitted by: David on October 21, 2015


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