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Shimano Tallus Blue Water Conventional Rods, Fuji Boat Reel Seat, 6'0", Extra Heavy

Item # 437211
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Key Features

  • Designed to be regionally specific

  • Extra-tough graphite composite blank construction

  • Lightweight feel and powerful action

  • Slip-resistant EVA reargrips


Our Price   $149.99

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Product Description
shimano Designed to be regionally specific, Tallus series rods are individually constructed for fishing different species in different geographic regions or for anglers with specific fishing techniques. Each Tallus rod is constructed with an extra-tough graphite composite blank, Fuji Hardloy or Wire Snake Gudebrod thread-wrapped guides, and a Fuji Boat or Pacific Bay aluminum reel seat. The sheer performance of these rods will exceed the expectations of anglers no matter where they fish. These incredible looking rods elicit confidence with their lightweight feel and powerful actions. Features a Gimbal with a removable cap and slip-resistant EVA reargrips.
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Specifications
Model # TLC60XHA
Length 6'0"
Number of pieces 1
Action Fast
Power Extra Heavy
Line Weight (lbs.) 30 - 60 lbs.
Lure Weight (oz.) 1 oz.
Handle A

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