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N.S Air Rockfish Rods

N.S Air Rockfish Rods
N.S Air Rockfish Rods
N.S Air Rockfish Rods
N.S Air Rockfish Rods
N.S Air Rockfish Rods
 
 
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Available in 5 spin rods the Air Rockfish series feature the ultimate in finesse blanks, providing extra fast action and amazing sensitivity. They are fitted with Fuji Titanium SIC guides with Fuji K series runners and feature a unique and custom handle assembly with Fuji VSS reel seat plus soft rod sock.

  

Model

Code

Type

Length

Pieces

Line Class

Lure Weight

Power

RRP

S-732

30271

Spin

7'3''

2

PE 0.6-1.2

1-6g

UltraLight

$575

S-752

30272

Spin

7'5''

2

PE 0.6-1.2

1-7g

UltraLight

$595

S-782

30313

Spin

7'5"

2

PE 0.6-1.5

1-7g

Light

$610

Made in Korea

Convincing suspended dormant yellowbelly or bass to bite is a task in itself especially without alerting them to your presence. The lure of choice needs to be as finesse as you can when targeting deep fish without compromising on the weight too much. A light jighead of around 1/6th is a good compromise, light enough that the lure acts naturally and heavy enough it doesn’t seem like an eternity before it gets to the bottom. Dormant fish are not interested in chasing anything so keeping it slow and in their face is key, once they do bite it is vital that the rod has a soft tip so that you can feel the bite and the fish cannot feel you. A fish will load up on the lure gradually working their way to the hook, if you have slow taper rod the bite will feel like a bump to you and also to the fish and they will spook. The Air rock fish by NS rods has a super-fast taper and an almost quiver tip that allows the fish to load up on the plastic and alert you of their presence whilst the plastic has barely moved. You are able to load the rod and maintain a taught line whilst the fish is working on engulfing the lure, by the time the rod tip is fully loaded it is too late for the fish. the fast taper ensures you have enough grit down low to still extract the fish from its timber strewn home.

Dean Silvester