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Shimano TMS-80XXH Teramar Inshore Southeast Spinning Rod

Shimano TMS-80XXH Teramar Inshore Southeast Spinning Rod

Price: $149.99

Oversize Packaging Required - Long Tube or Box
TD Code
LengthPowerActionLine Weight (lb)Lure Weight (oz)Foregrip LengthReargrip LengthNo. of GuidesPrice
8'Extra Extra HeavyFast20 - 402 - 54.5"13.5"Tip+9$149.99 USD
Oversize Packaging Required
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.
  • Limited 1 Year Warranty.

A $7.00 oversize packaging charge applies to this item as it ships in a long heavy duty tube to protect your items. This fee will still apply when discount shipping coupons are used.
Shimano Teramar Southeast Inshore Spinning Rods Feature Details
  • Shimano TC4 Construction
    Shimano has engineered the new responsive TC4 Construction to elevate your fishing experience. The TC4 Construction wraps a double inner layer of advanced, dynamic T Glass with an inner and outer spiral of high modulus graphite. This breakthrough in design construction results in an extremely durable, crisp, yet lightweight rod.
  • Fuji Concept Lightweight Hardloy Guides
    The Teramar series is equipped with Fuji's Concept lightweight Hardloy guides. These low profile guides are produced from a special blend of high grade aluminum oxide, are diamond polished and permanently mounted to the frame. This new guide concept offers greater sensitivity,castability, increased accuracy and decreased line wear.
  • Fuji Reel Seat
    Built to last Fuji reel seats are designed with graphite nylon bodies, exclusive S-4 Stainless Steel hoods, with lined cushioned inserts to offer a lightweight reel seat with superior strength. Uniform design for increased comfort and self aligned hoods provide a solid lockdown on your reel foot that will never back off while fishing.
5 Stars based on 3 reviews
By Frank
September 27, 2017
Shimano TMS-80XXH Teramar Inshore Southeast Spinning Rod
This Teramar Inshore Spinning Rod is exactly the tool I need for the type of fishing I do,pier & bridge. Well crafted,beautiful rod. Plenty of coating; tightly wound wraps;strong eyelets;solid feel of total glass construction. Came to me in perfect condition packed in a special tube with plenty of packing material from the crew at "TackleDirect". Thanks again guys! Can't wait to put it to the test!
Hilton Head Island
September 1, 2017
Excellent value for money
This rod, paired with a Shimano Twinpower 10000 is perfectly balanced. I landed 4 tarpon between 80 and 150 pounds and lots of bull sharks and blacktip sharks with it. Really good value and exceptionally strong.
By Ben
Pittsburgh, PA
May 11, 2014
You cannot beat this rod for the price. In my experience, you cannot find a better rod for the price. Great flex and sensitivity. This thing wont break.
5 Questions & 5 Answers
from Miaimi, Florida asked:
October 29, 2017
How much does this rod weigh and what size Penn Slammer III would pair nicely?
1 Answers
Our scale says 12.8 oz. I would suggest pairing it with a 5500 or 6500 size Slammer III. Which one to choose depends on how heavy of a line you will be using and how many yards will need.
on October 31, 2017

from Florida asked:
October 25, 2016
What size Daiwa BG and Daiwa Saltist (2016) would you recommend for this rod
1 Answers
The Daiwa BG 5000 and the Daiwa Saltist 5000 would pair well with Shimano TMS-80XXH Teramar Inshore Southeast Spinning Rod.
on October 26, 2016

juan carlos
from Jupiter,Florida asked:
September 24, 2016
what reel should I use Boca 80 or 60 ??
1 Answers
The two reels are virtually identical in size. the difference is line capacity. I would recommend using the 80 to have more line capacity.
on September 24, 2016

Ronald Lane
from Hawkinsville, Ga. asked:
August 1, 2015
I have 2 old reels I"m putting back in service. A Diawa 9000C Silver series and a Shimano Baitrunner 6500, I bought these reels in the 80's but hardly used them. Which reel would fit this rod best?
1 Answers
I would go with the Baitrunner. They work great as all around reels and the 6500 size would work well with the heavier rod that you are looking at.
on August 2, 2015

John Lee
from Alabama asked:
September 8, 2014
What penn ssv would you recommend for this rod to go after large snook or tarpon.
1 Answers
We recommend going with either the 6500 or 7500 size. Either one gives you plenty of drag. It will come down to line weight /capacity and comfort.
Customer Service
on September 10, 2014

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