Stallion DG69MH (Tournament Series)

  • concept

Thick, low taper, slow action rod that produces an ultra-high torque feeling.

Stallion DG69MH (Tournament Series)

Stallion DG69MH is a super-thick Slow Action Rod that uses a thick-walled carbon (DG = dense graphite) manufacturing method throughout the blanks. The low taper blank has a super-high torque created by making the entire body thick, that is, DG.

As a manufacturing feature, it minimizes the use of four shafts that contribute to weight reduction, and the guide arrangement is closer to the tip, creating a sense of weight. Inspired with a direction suitable for low taper blanks that produces greater centrifugal force in synergy with ultra-high torque thick blank, gains punch head speed when casting, and further penetration when hooking It ’s a dramatic evolution.

Furthermore, coupled with the advantages of semi-micro guide setting that suppresses the tilting of the guide in the torsional direction, it demonstrates its performance using the whole body of the blanks, greatly expanding the range of applications such as general scrolls, jig worms, swim baits. Due to the wide range of lures used from the blank characteristics, long-throw performance, and tenacity, it can be used for hard use in Okapari, where there are many restrictions.

Of course, the unsatisfactory torque that comes from the slow action of the thick low taper is also powerful for big bass hunting. You can always confront the bus while feeling the remaining power.

As a long-length power-up version of the 6-foot 6-inch Cobra DG66M that also uses the DG manufacturing method in the Inspire series, the wide range of use is the Stallion DG69MH that competes for 12 in the series. Stallion DG69MH is a hard-wearing versatile rod with an ultra-high torque created from a thick, low-taper and tenacious blank.

  • Blanks
    Resin-rich (high resin) type carbon is used as the main material, and the entire body of the blank is designed with a thick low taper. Employs a ± 30 ° kaleido super quattro cloth manufacturing method with a high density of diagonal reinforcement on the lower bat part from the former guide .
  • Guide system
    Inspire’s unique ultra-light semi-micro guide setting . Since the line is set at the last height that does not rub the blanks when the rod is bent, the core of the rod is easy to eat and power loss during casting and hooking is reduced. (Fuji titanium frame SiC ring guide)
  • Fore grip
    Eliminating the fore grip and realizing further weight reduction. In addition to the winding check of the sharp design, the minimum 4-axis carbon sleeve nut greatly contributes to weight reduction and high sensitivity.
  • Reel seat design
    The reel seat is a thin and lightweight Fuji ECS reel seat with a blank touch method that emphasizes ease of grip and sensitivity . The tournament series is given a titanium color that matches the cork grip, creating a texture that is the finest.
  • Sign
    As a proof of Katsutaka Imae’s production, the tournament series reel seats were signed in Roman letters.
  • Grip design
    Uses a separate grip that emphasizes operability and weight reduction. The tournament series uses cork as the most important center grip material to touch. Cork is characterized by its high hardness and light air, so it is lightweight and has excellent sensitivity transmission. The grip end is fitted with an original end plate with a kaleidoscope motif.