Spinning Rods by Shimano - Your First Choice Always
Showing 1-12 of 120 Results

Spinning Rods

Reset Filters Update Filters
Compare Component Description Text

Compare Product
Quick View zodias_v1_m56577569830985750.png Zodias

The use of Hi-Power X Construction Graphite Blanks and premium componentry, means Zodias rods deliver unparalleled casting distance and accuracy, as well as incredible sensitivity when lure fishing.

Quick View dialuna_v1_m56577569831063828.png Dialuna

Dialuna BS series represents the very best in rod features and componentry

Quick View tk3g_v1_m56577569830877556.png TK3G spinning

An Ian 'Barra' Miller pet project, TK3G rods are loaded with exciting features like C4S graphite blanks, Webo reel seats, Fuji K series guides, and actions and line ratings designed specifically for Australian conditions.

Quick View revo_inshore_v1_m56577569830985749.png Revolution Inshore

The Revolution Inshore range features Toray Graphite blank technology, which creates a light yet strong spinning rod. The Revolution Inshore Spin series has 6 models suited for spin reels, with line class ratings from one kilo up to 15 kilo.

Quick View impact_nxt_v1_m56577569830985747.png Impact NXT

Powerful and responsive 36 Ton Toray graphite makes the Impact NXT series a pleasure to cast with, no matter what the conditions or species. Step up a level with these potent fighting tools.

Quick View raider_v1_m56577569830985748.png Raider

The Ian Miller-designed Raiders have been part of the Australian fishing landscape for over a decade now, and subtle design refinement and a comprehensive lineup of 10 Spin rods sees them continue to improve.

Quick View jewel_v1_m56577569831058786.png Jewel

The Jewel Range is back with 5 purpose built spin models for Australian saltwater and freshwater species.

Quick View maikuro16_v1_m56577569831025202.png Maikuro Spinning Rod

These highly responsive, sleek design graphite blanks are ideal for targeting a range of fishing conditions from light estuaryt all the way to heavier coastal and reef dwellers, perfect for avid lure fishos.

Quick View taipan_16_v1_m56577569831025203.png Taipan Spinning Rods

After a successful comeback of the Taipan Exteme, Shimano’s ever popular Taipans are back — and these rods are every bit as deadly as the Australian snake they are named after.

Quick View catana16_v1_m56577569831025213.png Catana Spinning Rods

The Catana rod series epitomises the phrase "more bang for your buck", delivering maximum performance at an affordable price.

Quick View aquatip16_v1_m56577569831025201.png Aquatip Spinning Rods

The Aqua Tip spin rod series provides anglers with incredible value for money rods that won't let them down. The range includes eight spinning models built on strong but attractive emerald green blanks.

Quick View eclipse_v1_m56577569830877544.png Eclipse Spinning Rods

This diverse rod range offers everything from light spin through to bait fishing models, and feature attractive cosmetics and strong blanks.

Spinning Rods

The ubiquitous spinning rod has been used for many fishing purposes over the years. Coupled with a threadline reel, its ease of use has been the vehicle to introduce millions of people the world over to the joys of recreational fishing. Just a few minutes’ instruction can have complete novices casting well enough to at least be getting a lure or bait somewhere near the water, giving them a reasonable chance of actually catching something on their first attempt. If that happens, they’re often on their way to becoming a lifelong fishing addict!

And who would have thought that a rod style used for river fishing for freshwater trout would be just at home bream fishing in an estuary and catching light tackle sailfish and some quite hefty marlin many miles offshore? So not only is the spinning rod design relatively foolproof, it’s versatile as well.

A spinning rod can also become an extremely potent and specialised tool in the right hands. The bream and bass fishing legends love their spinning rods for their ability to cast micro lures great distances, into the wind and across the wind, that would have baitcasters struggling to cope. Many spinning rods seem whisper thin, and incapable of catching much at all, but looks can be deceiving.

There are dozens of spinning rods in Shimano’s comprehensive rod stable, in a variety of lengths, tapers and styles, but they are all extremely powerful. At the heavy end of the spectrum, their bluewater spinning rods, especially those built on TCurve TC3 blanks or the new braid-friendly Terez range built using TC4 technology, can bowl over sizeable bluewater game fish in time periods comparable to that taken with conventional game fishing tackle.