- It is lightweight
- It is a sensitive rod
- Just like any other rod on the market, it can break if it is not handled with care
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Buying a rod that you can use for just about anything is important. A rod that can be used with a 65-pound power Pro and pull fish over 5 pounds from water with a heavy cover of weed is critical since it ensures that your effort is rewarded.
Shimano Sellus 1-Piece Flipping Rod is one of the rods engineered to be used to fish a wide range of fish. It is an affordable rod that comes with an array of features. It is lightweight, sleek, stylish and perfect for anglers looking for top rated quality rods. The rods come with white blanks and black accents.
Shimano Sellus 1-Piece Flipping Cast Rod was engineered to suit today's bass fishing techniques. It is a lightweight whose blank is made from a 24-ton graphite and comes equipped with aluminum oxide guides. The rod comes with the newly designed Shimano Split reel seats that increase sensitivity transfer.
It also comes with EVA split grip handle that guarantees you a comfortable ergonomic feel all day long. This is a medium heavy rod that can be used to fish many species of fish. Note that it is a seven feet 6 inches 1 piece rod that boasts of laser etched technique badge rod that comes with a multipurpose hook keeper.
The lightweight makes the anglers feel like they are fishing with a broomstick. It can be paired with any flipping reel, and one can throw it with a 65 lb. braid. The rod is decent, durable and sensitive. It is an ideal rod for beginners and experienced anglers.
Shimano Sellus 1-Piece Flipping Cast Rod is a medium heavy rod that is capable of fishing various types of fish species. The rod can comfortably handle a line weight of 8-14 lbs. and a lure that weighs 3/16 to ½ oz. It is an ideal rod for surfing as well as deep sea fishing.
The rod can also be suitably deployed for offshore trolling as well as surf casting. This is one of the rods you may choose from if you are going to fish in waters covered with weeds. It can be relied on to get the fish out of the weeds no matter what.
The technique you choose to use on any fishing rod depends on some factors such as the rod you are using and its weight. Thus, weight is an important factor that should be considered when deciding the technique you will use. Also, light rods are sensitive and enable the angler to feel even the slightest bite.
It also helps the angler work the bait properly and provides him with the right hook set and the power to land a fish. Shimano Sellus 1-Piece Flipping Cast Rod is lightweight and a medium heavy action rod. The tip is sturdy and will not easily break unless it is handled carelessly.
The Shimano Sellus 1-Piece rod is medium-heavy fast action rod. That is why the rod is sensitive and casts farther as long as it is carrying the recommended lure. The rod is sensitive and allows the angler to easily set the hook fast and increase the possibility of hooking up a fish.
The rod bends in the upper 1/3 of its blank, so it is no wonder that it is suitable for game fishing and is an appropriate tool for anglers who fish in waters with a heavy fish cover.
It allows the angler to set the hook fast and can be used to fish Musky, Largemouth bass and pike.
The Shimano Sellus 1-Piece rod is a fast action rod that recovers pretty fast when it is cast. It is one of the few rods that recovers fast and loads better.
The rod's blank is crafted from 24-tonn graphite which is extremely sensitive and allows the rod to transmit a signal to the angler at the slightest bite of the bait. It gives the angler ample time to adjust and set the hook. In spite of all this, it is important to mention that graphite is brittle and can easily break if it is not handled with care.
Just like other Shimano's fishing products, Shimano Sellus 1-Piece rod is impressive. It is sensitive, handles braids well and has a good backbone.
The rod is awesome, lightweight and has a good fighting chance against any prey. It is one of the rods you can rely on to pull a 5 pounder out of thick weeds.