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Daiwa Generation Black Rods V2 Travel Rods Portable Fishing Rods For Sale – See our range of models to choose from below.
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The Daiwa Generation Black fishing rods have, arguably, re-written the books on performance consistency across a huge range of fishing techniques and applications. The latest incarnation, the GB V2, is proving as popular as its predecessor and for good reason. The same components and technological approach cover fishing 1kg Ultra-light for Bream to tossing hefty metal slices at huge Greenbacks from the rocks or larger divers at barra using 10 kilo rigs. Consistency means predictability. Predictability provides oceans of confidence.
Now consider all of this brilliance in a travel rod. Travel fishing Rods have certainly matured in recent years. Gone are the days of telescopic hit and miss blanks adorned with hardware of dubious quality at best. The Daiwa Generation Black Rods V2 Travel Rods are superlative performers and ideal for the modern angler where convenience and ease of transportation have become as critical as top end performance.
Blank technology such as HVF graphite across the range, and the X45 contained in the baitcasters provides the foundation. Add to this V-Joint technology, the Daiwa rod section joining method that maintains blank performance integrity, and you have some serious class. Now, dress with Fuji gear and you have a portable fishing rod that only resembles a travel rod in so much as you can break down to make it easily transportable. For all intent and purpose, they are simply performance kit.
The range is outstanding. Hit the snags chasing barra or saratoga to name a few with your Bulldog. Cast at the racks for Bream with your Blackjack, or throw metal slices at Tailor and Salmon from your favourite ledge with the Daiwa Shorehunter. The Daiwa Generation Black Rods V2 Travel Rods for sale now cover most inshore applications and will also suit light offshore work. Check the list below to see which GB V2 Daiwa travel rods will suit you and your applications.
Features and Specifications
|Model||Type||Length||Sections||Action||Cast Weight||Line Class||Suggested Reel Size|
|603LFS SHORT BITE SPECIAL||Spin||183cm (6ft)||3pc||Light||1 – 5g||1 – 3kg||1000, 2000, 2500, 10, 20 or 30|
|603HFS BULLDOG||Spin||183cm (6ft)||3pc||Heavy||10 – 28g||5 – 9kg||3000, 4000, 5000, 30 or 40|
|703LFS BLACKJACK||Spin||213cm(7ft)||3pc||Light||1 – 5g||2– 4kg||2000, 2500, 20 or 25|
|703MLFS DEEP STRIKER||Spin||213cm(7ft)||3pc||Medium Light||2 – 14g||2 – 5kg||2000, 2500, 3000 20 25 or 30|
|703MHFS BLACK SNIPER||Spin||213cm(7ft)||3pc||Medium Heavy||7 – 21g||4 – 7kg||3000, 4000, 30 or 40|
|85ML SHOREHUNTER||Spin||257cm(8ft 5inch)||5pc||Medium Light||7 – 30g||4 – 7kg||3000, 4000, 5000, 30 or 40|
|603MLFB LUNKERHUNTER||Baitcaster||183cm (6ft)||3pc||Medium||3-14g||2-6kg||Low or round profile baitcaster|
|603MHFB BULLUP||Baitcaster||183cm(6ft)||3pc||Medium Heavy||7-21g||4-7kg||Low or round profile baitcaster|
|603HFB PORKCHOP||Baitcaster||183cm||3pc||Heavy||14-45g||5-9kg||Low or round profile baitcaster|
Note: Price is for 1 rod only – choose which model when ordering also note that price can vary depending on which model you pick. To confirm price head to our order menu and select a model (near the add to cart button) - Images are for illustration only. There can be differences between models.
Fishing Applications and Fishing Reel Selection Guide
For light river and lake fishing, the Daiwa travel rods that we would recommend are short bite special, black jack or deep striker. All these will be suitable for the all the common lake and river species including bream, Australian bass, trout, whiting, flathead etc.
Choose the bulldog or black sniper for heavier fishing styles such as chasing big yellowbelly, barramundi, cod, snapper etc be it from the shore or boat.
If a general purpose spinning rod is more your thing consider the Shorehunter.
For the baitcaster models use the lunkerhunter for bream, bass, perch and other light fighting fish. Use the bullup for fish that might give you a little more grunt such as mangrove jack, yellowbelly etc and the prok chop for the harder fighters like barramundi.
For fishing reel size and choice be sure to see our table above for more info on fishing reel choice to go with your new Daiwa travel rod.