A new era of H action that changes the history of heavy rods.

Solid tip on heavy rod. Astonishing ability hidden in the seemingly unbalanced combination. Top tournament angler Fukushima Ken has created the Fact 70 HST, a solid rod with a solid tip that was created to catch a bass that could not be caught until now.

There aren’t many buses that can easily use the mouth just by putting a rig in the cover shooting these days. Also, in addition to the clear attack that anyone can understand, the number of bytes that you normally do not notice is increasing.

Don’t bite just by making it fall, how do you use your mouth on an unmotivated bus? Also, atari, which is often found in worn-out big fish, feels uncomfortable with a slight change in the weight on the tip, and moreover, the line often touches something when fishing on the cover, making it difficult for Atari to reach your hands. How do you feel the tiny bite that many anglers can not recognize as Atari?

A solid tip that overcomes such a difficult situation is hard enough to be mistaken for a tubular. It has a hardness that can handle Texas rigs and rubber jigs firmly, and it is difficult for heavy rods that are just hard to open the tough bass mouth with a delicate eating operation unique to solid. And, with that sharpened sense, we firmly grasp the difference in weight on the tip and sense the atari that I could not feel until now. All you have to do is hang it with the heavy rod butt power and pull it out at once.

Its perceptive power and power are also effective in pulling and lifting and falling during long casting. The bottom condition and the atari of the bass are sensed sharply. Fukushima has a slightly top-heavy balance that gives it enough hooking power at long distances.

A super sensation that captures the unnatural feeling of Atari without getting the basic performance as a heavy rod, without sacrificing the finesse. A new era of H action that is different from a rod that is only strong and hard. Fact 70 HST subverts the concept of heavy rods.

■ Fact solid tip model rod concept
“jig, solid tip to the rod handle the operation system lure of worms such as absolute” For more details, click here

  • ■ Blank
    By giving the solid tip part of only about 300 mm a taper change in three stages, we have realized an action that can not be expressed with a tubular tip. The setting is designed to maintain the delicacy of solid atari while having the hardness to handle Texas rigs and rubber jigs. In addition, the tubular blank that uses 40t high-elasticity carbon and 4-axis Hercules cloth for the butt part has been made lighter to make it even lighter with an unpainted unsanded finish (excluding the area around the logo). In addition, a smooth bend curve that does not feel a seam and a total balance of attention make it possible to perform all operations from casting to landing without stress.
  • ■ Guide system
    The single foot Fuji K guides are used for all guides to reduce weight. The lightweight titanium frame (SiC ring) is used for the delicate solid tip part, and the stainless steel frame (SiC ring) is set for the tubular part of the belly to bat with emphasis on strength. The operability and sensitivity are improved by reducing the weight and minimizing the interference with the bend curve by the guide foot.
  • ■ Fore grip
    The fore design of Fukushima sticking out a very small EVA with a unique shape to improve the fit of the index finger by eliminating the fore grip for weight reduction. Palming is stable and operability such as rod action is improved.
  • ■ Grip & reel seat
    With a focus on balance with the fore, the separate grip that focuses on operability and functionality uses a slim and compact Fuji ECS reel seat, a center grip with sensitivity-sensitive cork material, and a rear grip with durability-oriented EVA material. In addition, the separate part has been completely lightened with an unpainted unsand finish.
  • ■ Made in Japan
    This product is made in Japan. Please see here (Grand Cobra Product Development Concept) for

    “Commitment to Made in Japan” .

  • ■”National Fishing Rod Fair Trade Council” certified products
    A certificate that the “National Fishing Rod Fair Trade Council” has certified to comply with the content and conditions based on the  Fair Competition Code on Labeling of Fishing Rods” approved by the Fair Trade Commission and the Commissioner of the Consumer Affairs Agency. Attached “Fishing rod fair mark”.

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