Shimano Tiralejo Spinning Surf Rod - TRS90MHLC is Special Order (ships in 5-7 business days)
The Shimano Tiralejo TRS90MHLC is a spinning rod which can be used to catch a wide variety of fish that can be found throughout our costal waters. This rod is 9’0” long and is a single piece with an adjustable Slide ‘N’ Grip reel seat that will allow the angler to balance his setup to his fishing style. The rod is lightweight, strong and very long lasting due to its construction, using a blend of graphite and carbon fibers. The lure rating is 1 to 3 ounces and the rod has a mono line rating of 15 – 30 pounds and a braided line rating of 20 – 65 pounds. The power is medium heavy, the action fast for incredible hooksetting power, and there are a total of seven thread wrapped New Concept Fuji Alconite guides along the rod for great line control. The diamond grip has a length of 31.5”. Features of the Shimano TRS90MHLC:
9' / 1 Piece
Medium Heavy Power
15 - 30 lb Test Mono Line
1 to 3 oz. Lure Rating Range
20 – 65 lb. Braided Line Rating
7 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.