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Old 04-14-2009, 04:27 AM
shaz092 shaz092 is offline
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Default shimano teramar spinning rod 7'-6"??

i want this rod for tossing, plugs, lures, spoons, for queen, king, and grouper from jetty and breakwater structures. i want to attach this rod with daiwa tournament ss 2600 reel with power pro braid 20LB.
1-is this rod has a strong backbone to fight with these species?
2-is this rod guides are braid friendly?
3-is this rod has a good casting distance to cast 1oz lure?
i need your precious input. if you have any other recommendations you are welcome...........regards.......shaz
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Old 04-14-2009, 04:18 PM
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Default Re: shimano teramar spinning rod 7'-6"??

Your best bet would be to call the folks at shimano and ask the same question. I am pretty sure they know what the engineered that rod to do.
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