Daiwa adds two new sizes to its Sealine Tournament series, offering two-speed 20- and 30-pound-class big-game reels.
Components include the silicon-carbide (SiC) concept guide system, graphite reel seats and gimbals made by Fuji, and aluminum butts, reel seats and gimbals made by Stuart.
Berkley's Vanish Transition fluorocarbon line performs its disappearing act below water.
Okuma's new VS spinning reels seem like they're built to crank up a nuclear reactor. These lightweight aluminum reels come in six sizes for line tests as light as 2-pound and as heavy as 15-pound.
Pick up these pliers and you'll gain instant knowledge of what manufacturers call aircraft aluminum.
The three new models feature a ThinLine aluminum body and side cover protected by the Saltguard six-layer corrosion-resistant system.
With Gamakatsu's Nose Ring Treble Stinger Rig even bait-stealing halibut find themselves stuck.
Hi-Seas chemists took a proven multipolymer matrix and toughened it with a proprietary extrusion process that uses laser technology.
The trailing hook swings from a short wire leader crimped to the eye of the lead hook.
Avet Industries' big-game-reel T-RX50W Quad ups the ante.
Scopinich builds the rocket-launcher portion from hand-selected Burmese teak, then attaches a 9-gallon, fiberglass, insulated bait box capable of holding about four dozen ballyhoo.
These rods also feature a more traditional popping-rod action with a medium-fast taper, offering both sensitive feel and backbone strength.
Capable of throwing 6-ounce lures and baits, the ADV189 can also work a 2-ounce bucktail.
As the weather warms and sunscreens reappear in the boat bag, consider further facial protection with the Air/X Bahama hat from Hook & Tackle Outfitters.
These Salt Strikers feature solid machined-aluminum frames, cold-forged aluminum spools and titanium-coated levelwinds.