|Length (cm (ft))||Piece||Closed Length (cm)||LINE (lb.)||Lure (oz.)||Taper|
|231 (7’6″)||2 (telescopic)||192||20-30||1/2 ~ 3||Fast|
|Power||Top Dia. (mm)||Weight (g)||Rear Grip Length (mm)||Price|
(*) From the cork tip to the butt end with three balancers attached.
|Strongest for flipping only, especially for webpping. In order to pull out the bass with the torque of the rod instead of the strength of the arm, the strength of the blank itself is given top priority over the hardness. In the cast, you can flip while feeling the weight exquisitely, and after the bus is applied, the entire rod absorbs the fight, realizing a highly probable game with little variation. Although the extra-thick blank is by no means light, it matches the balance with the balancer to obtain a balance that fits in the arm and obtains an action that cannot be achieved with a light rod. Punching with a 1-2 oz. sinker using a 25 lb. line or a thick PE line can be performed with confidence.|