Daiwa Sensor Seajigger Rod – Spinning rods for surf and rock fishing
When you are fishing the Aussie beaches and rocks, there are a few things considered essential when selecting a rod. You have to be able to cast long, you need the power to battle large fish in very testing environments, and you don’t won’t to stand all day supporting the weight of a telegraph pole. The Daiwa Sensor Seajigger for sale now is well across these requirements but offers so much more.
With plenty of length and a high tech blank, the 2-piece spin rods are set for battle. The combination of the unidirectional graphite, with Nanoplus resin and X45 technology, delivers a blank that is incredibly light with amazingly thin diameters. It’s hard to imagine battling 20 plus kilo Mulloway on a rod so thin, but that’s technology, and that’s what these fishing rods in the Daiwa Sensor Seajigger Rod range are cut out to do.
To ensure casting manners and casting lengths are maximised, Diawa have fitted Fuji Alconite K Guides, ensuring line is dispatched through the guides with minimal friction. Fuji DPS reel seats keep you locked and loaded. All the feel is transferred to your hand, and the power to the targets mouth. The tough EVA grips keeps you in touch with the fight without having to white knuckle your handle, reducing fatigue in the long fight.
Designed for maximum performance using braids, you can cast big baits a long way. Your targets will include anything from big Bream, Drummer, Tailor, Bonito, Aussie Salmon and Mackerel, with the heavier models capable of Mulloway, Yellowtail Kingfish, Cobia and other big ocean predators.
The Daiwa Sensor Seajigger has changed the way we fish the rocks and the beaches, introducing a level of precision and refinement that does one very important job. It helps you catch more fish, better fish, more often.
Features and Specifications
Notes: Images for illustration only there may be variations between models. Price is for 1 rod only not the full range listed on page. Pick which one you require when ordering. Price varies depending on model chosen.
|Model||Length||Action||Cast weight||Line Rating||Suggested Spin Reel Size|
|902MF||9ft||Medium||15 - 50 Grams||PE 1 -2||4000|
|902MHF||9ft||Medium Heavy||30 - 90 Grams||PE 1.5 - 3||4000-5000|
|902HF||9ft||Heavy||60 - 90 Grams||PE 2 - 4||4000-6000|
|106XH||10ft 6in||Extra Heavy||80 - 150 Grams||PE 3 - 5||5000-8000|
|110MH||11ft||Medium Heavy||20 - 60 Grams||PE 1.5 - 3||4000-6000|
|110XH||11ft||Extra Heavy||60 - 150 Grams||PE 2 - 4||5000-8000|
Daiwa Sensor Seajigger Rod Buyers Guide
As mentioned these rods are specifically tailored to beach and rock fishing. Any of the models in this range are capable of being fished with baits and lures, it will all boil down to what size you wish to choose to purchase.
The lighter rods in the range are the 9-2MF, 902MHF and 110MH, though light is probably the incorrect term in describing these particular modes and they are actually medium to heavy actioned rods (but out of all the models they are the lightest we sell in the sensor seajigger range) applications will include targeting bream, whiting, flathead, through to salmon, tailor, bonito, rat kings and other sportsfish.
Heavier rods in the range are the 902HF, 106XH and 110XH. For wrestling stronger ocean-going opponents. These rods are the way to go for heavier weight species from kingfish, cobia, mackerel, salmon, tailor, through to mulloway and small beach sharks.
When you fish the beaches and the rocks in Australia you never can be sure what you may hook in to. Best be prepared, because it could be huge. The Daiwa Sensor Seajigger Rod for sale now will provide you with the confidence to fish hard knowing you are well armed to battle any predator.