Zenaq Spirado Blackart S0-70L Wide Shooter Spin Rod

553.24US$ (exc tax)
608.56US$ (inc tax)
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Description

Description

Note: Due to our distribution agreement with Zenaq, we are unable to supply their rods outside of Australia and New Zealand. We apologise for any inconvenience to our International customers!

Zenaq Spirado Blackart S0-70 Wide Shooter Spin Rod

As its name “Wide Shooter” suggests, the length of 7 feet brings a long casting ability, enabling the angler to approach wide range of targets both from shore and on boat. The rod suits a diverse range of lures, from small minnows and crankbaits to topwaters and soft baits. Also, the length of the S0-70 is very beneficial when rod stroke action (both vertical action and side-ways action) is needed. Moreover the butt section is more powerful than S0-62, with plenty of power to turn a fishes head from cover.

The Wide Shooter has a fast taper and very responsive blank. This allows the angler to easily impart action to the lure and gives an outstanding level of feel through the rod. This rod is ideally suited to chasing bream, bass, estuary perch, sooty grunter, trout and many other light tackle targets in fresh and estuarine waters. If you are looking for the finest quality light tackle rod with the best fittings, then look no further than the Zenaq Spirado range!

Spirado Blackart S0-70

Type: Spin

Length: 7' 213cm

Weight: 104g

Line: 2-8lb

Cast Weight: 1/32 - 5/16oz,  0.8-9g

Sections: 1 Piece

Packed Length: 213cm

Butt Length: 35cm

※GUIDE / All BLACKART models use FUJI titanium frame and TORZITE ring guides.

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Zenaq has been hand making fishing rods in Japan since 1960, beginning with bamboo, then glass fiber and now carbon fibre. They are one of the few manufacturers left in Japan making rods fully in house from concept to completion.  Their quality and attention to detail in construction is second to none. Pursuit of perfection is everywhere in Zenaq rods from the initial cutting on carbon sheets through to the final layer of epoxy on a finished rod.

 

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