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.
The Chronarch BSV features a deep-spool, high-speed retrieve and oversize reel handle to help battle bigger fish.
The new line includes six casting and six spinning rods featuring Fuji TiC titanium guides and SiC silicone-carbide ring inserts, Fuji ECSM reel seats, Portuguese-cork handles and a thick flex coat...
Daiwa adds two new sizes to its Sealine Tournament series, offering two-speed 20- and 30-pound-class big-game reels.
Hi-Seas chemists took a proven multipolymer matrix and toughened it with a proprietary extrusion process that uses laser technology.
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.
The trailing hook swings from a short wire leader crimped to the eye of the lead hook.
These Salt Strikers feature solid machined-aluminum frames, cold-forged aluminum spools and titanium-coated levelwinds.
Marine Metal Products says this system reduces stress on the bait and maximizes container capacity.
Capable of throwing 6-ounce lures and baits, the ADV189 can also work a 2-ounce bucktail.