Rovex Inazuma carbon rods
ROVEX says its new Inazuma (lightning) carbon rods have been meticulously designed and optimised for Aussie anglers at the cutting edge of lure fishing. These innovative, high-performance graphite rods are perfect for targeting predatory Aussie fish using the latest techniques in soft plastics, blades, vibes and more.
Constructed with military-grade high-modulus carbon technology, the blanks are lightweight with fast, yet progressive actions. They cast with power, have plenty of sensitivity in the tip for detecting bites and setting hooks, and have strength for fighting and turning rampaging fish.
Equipped with the latest XO 316 stainless steel guides with ZR Zirconia Guide Inserts, the rods are sleek and cast great. The design incorporates military-tech styling with matt-black blanks, carbon-weave wraps and gunmetal components. A low-profile carbon locking-nut also reduces weight and forms a modern and ergonomic reel seat design. Ensuring comfort and durability, and adding a final touch to the military feel, are the dark camo high-density EVA grips.
There are five spin and two baitcaster models in the Inazuma rod range. The 1-3kg spin model is an ultralight bream, whiting and freshwater rod that is lightweight and sensitive. The 2-4kg spin model is an all-round light tackle rod designed for species such as bream, flathead, perch, bass, sooty grunter and jungle perch. The 3-6kg spin rod is perfect for targeting flathead and snapper on soft plastics and vibes, while the 4-8kg spin model suits heavy-duty estuary or light inshore fishing for barramundi, Murray cod and snapper. The largest spin model in the range is a 6-10kg heavy-duty inshore rod for casting metal lures, jigging soft plastics and vibing for species such as kingfish, queenfish, mulloway and other reef-dwelling or inshore-pelagic species.
The baitcaster models include a traditional 4-6kg creek and river rod. The longer 5-8kg baitcaster model suits impoundment and dam habitats for rolling soft plastics and vibes across weed beds and rocky points.
For more information: www.rovex.com.au