Majorcraft Giant Killing Big Game Rods

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There are five rods in the series.

THE 2019 release of the Majorcraft Giant Killing Big Game features major changes to the range with new rod lengths added plus, updated cosmetics.

The series, according to the manufacturers, still stays true to the series’ focus of dealing to hard fighting offshore fish. The rods feature the new Fuji Silicon Slim K Frame guides bound onto a supremely strong and light blank. This offers, thay say, an unbelievable feel in the hand while still delivering the low down power needed to stop big fish.

In all, there are five rods in the series with lengths ranging from 7’6 through to 8’ 6. This makes them all excellent casting rods and perfect for lure chasing tuna, kingfish and top water or sub surface reef species.

The rods come with PE ratings starting at 1.5-3.0 for the 7’6 and go up to 8.0PE for the 8’6 Tuna.

There are two rods aimed at Hirimasa, Japanese for Kingfish. There is a 7’7 and the other 8’6. Both are rated to a max PE of 6.0 and 100 gram lures.

The Buri, meaning amberjack in Japanese, is an 8 foot offering with a PE rating of 2.0 to 5.0 and capable of casting 25 to 80 g lures

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