Wider light rig and more delicate finesse.

Fact 65 ULST is an all-round finesse spinning rod sought by Ken Fukushima, a top tournament professional with a number of brilliant achievements. Top angler Fukushima’s commitment is packed into the high level of versatility to cover a wide range of light rig type lures that are the base for capturing the modern Japanese field.

The solid tip part was the most particular one. According to Fukushima, the performance is delicate and sensitive enough to feel the weight of the line. One weed, one pebbles, one bit, and even a tough bass disappearing bite, etc., captures a subtle weight difference by inserting a rod tip as much as the load.

And, with the total balance that pays attention to every detail, the information captured by the tip is clearly transmitted at hand. The signal from the bus, which you couldn’t feel until now or was half-suspicious, turns into conviction. Sensitivity that Fukushima sought = Subtle difference in weight can be felt at hand. One of those serious tournament professionals.

That said, it’s by no means an awkward rod dedicated to tournamenters only. A wide range of compatibility with a shaft that draws a bend curve from tip to belly & bat that covers light rigs such as smorabas, drop shots, jig heads, cats, no sinkers, and even small plugs such as shads. Furthermore, the solid tip, which excels in information transmission, amplifies the angler’s image and makes the most advanced finesse technique easier and more accessible.

All round finesse, discerning spinning rod, fact 65 ULST.

■ 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
    In order to realize a beautiful bend curve that does not feel the seam with the tubular belly part that tends to be unnatural due to the difference in hardness while maintaining the delicacy that feels atari, a solid with different taper at the tip and the original Used in the tip section. In addition, the tubular blank that uses 40t high-elasticity carbon and 4-axis Hercules cloth for the butt section has been made lighter to make it even lighter with the unpainted unsand finish (excluding the area around the logo). It has a wide range of adaptability to all light rigs and the delicacy of sensing the subtle difference in load on the tip.
  • ■ Guide system
    A tournament specification that is particular about weight reduction of tips without winding threads on the top guide (UV coating on steps to prevent catching lines). The Fuji Titanium frame K guide, which does not easily get entangled in the guide, is set as the other guide. All guides and ultra-thin ultralight torzeite ring specifications improve operability and sensitivity. In addition to good line slippage and a larger ring inner diameter compared to other guides of the same size, weight reduction also reduces blank blurring, reducing resistance during casting. We promise a further flight distance for the light rig.
  • ■ Fore grip
    Fukushima’s discerning design with a slight step in order to eliminate the fore grip for weight reduction and stabilize the position of the index finger. You can firmly perform actions that require force, such as hooking and interacting with the bus.
  • ■ Grip & reel seat
    Separate grip that focuses on operability and functionality. A lightweight and compact Fuji IPS reel seat that considers the balance with the fore, a cork material that emphasizes sensitivity for the center grip, and an EVA material that emphasizes durability for the rear grip. 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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