Shimano Tiralejo Spinning Surf Rod - TRS120H2 is Special Order (ships in 5-7 business days)
The TRS120H2 is a spinning rod that belongs to the Shimano Tiralejo series. This rod is very sensitive, robust and long lasting, because of the TC4K construction which consists of graphite and carbon fibers. This two piece model is 12’0” long, has heavy power and medium fast action for more than enough power to pull in whatever you hook into. The rating is 17 to 40 pounds for mono and 30 to 80 pounds for braided lines. The lure rating is from 4 to 10 ounces, and here are eight Fuji New Concept Alconite guides along the rod for long casts. The Slide ‘N’ Grip reel seat is customizable to meet the needs of the angler for balancing his rod to the reel, and there are diamond grips. Features of the Shimano TRS120H2:
12' / 2 Piece
Medium Fast Action
17 - 40 lb. Test Mono Line
30 to 80 lb. for Braided Lines
4 to 10 oz. Lure Rating Range
8 Fuji New Concept Alconite Guides
Gudebrod Thread Wrapped Guides
Slip ‘N’ Grip Reel Seat
Shimano warrants to the original retail purchaser that this rod will be free from non-conformities in materials and workmanship. Shimano's sole obligation under this Limited Lifetime Warranty is to repair or replace, at Shimano's option, a non-conforming rod at no cost to the original retail purchaser other than the cost of packing, insuring, and shipping the rod to Shimano. This Limited Lifetime Warranty will be considered VOID if the rod is found to have been subjected to repairs not authorized by Shimano, or if it has been modified, neglected, improperly maintained, misused, abused, or the appearance of the product reveals damage by your failure to provide proper maintenance.
To request warranty repairs on a United States warranty claim, send your rod, postage prepaid, to Shimano or return it to the retailer that it was purchased from. To request warranty repairs on a Canadian warranty claim, send your rod, postage prepaid to Shimano. All warranty requests must be accompanied by a valid dated sales receipt and a brief note describing the difficulty you are experiencing with the rod in as much detail as possible.