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Conquest Bass Rods

Conquest Newest Rod Line From G.Loomis, Shimano

Bringing together G.Loomis design expertise and proven rod actions with Shimano’s core blank technology provides bass anglers with Conquest – a 12 rod line-up introduced through a joint collaboration between G. Loomis and Shimano product development staffs. First shown at the 2017 ICAST Show, the...

Shimano Rods ICAST 2017

All the New Shimano Rods from ICAST 2017

Shimano has been working on some new rods and reworking some of our favorites. These are the rods that were introduced at ICAST 2017 in Orlando. Want to see the reels? Check them out here. Curado Shimano’s new, tournament-quality, Curado rods feature a mixture of...

Conquest G.Loomis Shimano

G.Loomis and Shimano Announce Conquest Rod Line

Bringing together G. Loomis design expertise and proven rod actions with Shimano’s core blank technology provides bass anglers with Conquest – a 12 rod line-up introduced through a joint collaboration between G. Loomis and Shimano product development staffs. The new Conquest series includes eight casting...

Eyecon Walleye

St Croix Eyecon Series for Walleye

Park Falls, WI (May 11, 2017) – For states with closed walleye seasons, the gap between when the ice is too treacherous to traipse and legal fishing begins anew can be a painful one. During that bleak span, however, walleye fishing strategies are built, trips...

Megabass Destroyer 2017

Megabass Destroyer Rods Arrive in North America

Drawing upon decades of Japanese design evolution and expertise, the long-awaited Megabass Destroyer begins its journey anew in the United States. First released in Japan in 1996, the Megabass Destroyer rod series ushered in an era of unrivaled performance, innovation, and craftsmanship that reverberated throughout...

Keith Combs Switches to Shimano Rods

LADSON, S.C. – For Immediate Release – March 16, 2017 – Known for his uncanny ability to entice big bass to engulf his crankbaits, Texas professional bass angler Keith Combs has added Shimano fishing rods to his tournament tackle arsenal. A long-time endorser of Shimano...

Temple Fork Outfitters Spinning Rods: My Review

Temple Fork Outfitters Spinning Rods: My Review

Until the last few years, I took the very budget minded approach in choosing my fishing gear.  My spinning rods consisted of a wide range of lower “value” options from WalMart to Bass Pro Shops.  I figured that the $30 to $50 combos would work...

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