Shimano Clarus Spinning Rod

Own a top-notch, built-to-last stick with fast action and lightweight performance when you purchase the Shimano Clarus Spinning Rod. Want an action-packed day on the water? Reach for a Clarus Rod and never be left wanting. This rod is a favorite with anglers across the country thanks to its impressive performance, versatility and durability.

Cast a line all summer thanks to these great features. Its IM8+ graphite is sensitive, strong, and versatile, and the Pacific Bay Hialoy guides use high grade, diamond-polished ceramic rings to reduce friction and line wear. The custom Shimano reel seats ensure a secure, sensitive hold and a quality cork grip provides a superior feel and all-day comfort

Available in nine models, you can find a Shimano Clarus Spinning Rod that will perform for any freshwater sportfishing situation. The 5-foot ultra-light, fast-action rod handles line weight from 1- to 4 pounds and lures from 1/32- to 3/16 ounces. At the other end of the spectrum, the 7-foot, 6-inch medium power tackles line weight from 6- to 12 pounds and lures weighing 3/16- to 5/8 ounces. In between rods measure from 5-1/2 to 7 feet long, all with fast action, but varying power and weight standards.

A top name in fishing for decades presents one of the best rods you’ll ever find for less than $100 in the Shimano Clarus Spinning Rod.

For more information, contact:
Shimano American Corp.
One Holland
Irvine, CA 92618


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