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Quick View nano_px_v1_m56577569830877548.png Nano PX Spinning Rods

Making use of 3M's proprietary Matrix Resin Technology and Powerlux composite material, the Nano PX series will change the way anglers look at graphite rods forever.

Quick View tk3g_v1_m56577569830877556.png TK3G spinning rods

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 tcurve_revolution_inshore_v1_m56577569830877553.png Tcurve Revolution Inshore Spinning Rods

The TCurve Revolution Inshore range features Shimano's original TCurve blank technology, which means that the rods are very light yet very strong. The Revolution Inshore Spin series has 12 models suited for spin reels, with line class ratings from one kilo up to 15 kilo.

Quick View bushy_legend_lure_series_v1_m56577569830877541.png Bushy Legend Lure Series Spinning Rods

These Bushy Lure Legend rods feature ultra modern blank designs, state of the art butt configurations and Power Cork grips all at an affordable price. Theses rods cast lures for six and have enough reserve power to dominate your prey in a flash.

Quick View bushy_legend_bait_series_v1_m56577569830877540.png Bushy Legend Bait Series

Bushy had long been wanting to develop specific rods for the large numbers of bait soakers in this country, and his Legend Bait series has been a revelation. With sensitive yet powerful blanks, these rods deliver all the performance characteristics that an enthusiastic bait fisho could want.

Quick View raider_II_mf_v1_m56577569830877549.png Raider MF Spinning Rods

The Raider Mexican Fire II series comes in a vibrant finish, with attractive, functional reels seats and guides. These rods are extremely popular amongst spin fishing enthusiasts for their construction strength and light weight.

Quick View raider_soft_plastic_v1_m56577569830877551.png Raider Soft Plastic Spinning Rods

Part of the extremely successful Raider II Mexican Fire range, these seven Ian Miller-designed rods are intended for use with soft plastics like Squidgies. Each model contains the necessary features to maximise fishing performance with soft plastics.

Quick View raider_lure_project_v1_m56577569830877550.png Raider Lure Project Rods

The Raider Lure Project series is a dedicated light-line, light-lure rod range, designed specifically for finessing hard-bodied lures. There are seven impressive models, all of which were developed by Australia's leading rod designer, Ian Miller.

Quick View impact_nano_xt_v1_m56577569830877545.png Impact Nano Spinning Rods

Nano graphite technology delivers lightness with extra strength, making it ideal for this new series of spin rods.

Quick View starlo_classix_v1_m56577569830877552.png Starlo Classix Spinning Rods

For a rod series designed by two of the experts in Australian recreational fishing, you can rest assured that the result is going to be a quality product. The Steve Starling ClassiX range or rods feature eight spin models covering everything from Squidgy breaming to snapper.

Quick View beastmaster_v1_m56577569830877539.png Beastmaster Spinning Rods

Beast Master rods are best described as tough as nails, incredibly durable, and great value for money.

Quick View catana_nano_xg_v1_m56577569830877543.png Catana Nano XG Spinning Rods

The up-spec'd Catana XG series features Nano resin construction for additional durability and weight reduction, in a variety of popular style rods from snapper to surf.

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.

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Short stroke Servo-Wave mechanism has less free-stroke and 25% greater lever input to suit more aggressive riding.