Posts Tagged ‘fishing rod’

  • Daiwa: TD Zero Light tackle rods

    August 12, 2017 • AFTA 2017, REPORTS • Views: 7939

    2017 had given a heap of new products from the crew at Daiwa, enter Daiwa’s new TD Zero light tackle range of rods. With a sexy graphite and orange colour scheme, state of the art Daiwa features and a reasonable price tag, this well specced rod got me

  • AFTA 2017 – Day 2 Coverage – Rods

    August 1, 2017 • AFTA 2017, REPORTS • Views: 9379

    Day 2 saw In Depth Angler take a really good look at new fishing rods and reels at AFTA 2017. Below is a quick glance at what we found, we will bring you some more detailed photos and details on individual ranges over the next few days. Abu Garcia Veritas 3.0

  • Quick look: 2015 vs 2016 Generation black rods

    May 29, 2016 • COMPARE, REVIEWS • Views: 3437

      Most of you know the Generation Black range of fishing rods by Daiwa are one of my all time favorite rod series, so when I heard about some of the changes they were making to the 2016 model rods I was pretty excited. Hands down I still think they are

  • REVIEW: Daiwa Battler – Water Zombie 701ULFS

    January 10, 2015 • REVIEWS • Views: 11745

    The original Daiwa Battler range of rods were a huge success with Australian anglers when first introduced many years ago, some models such as the Sparrow & Kingbolt still retaining a cult following today. Daiwa’s vision for the new Battler series

  • REVIEW: Daiwa Generation Black Rod – Drunknmonkey

    December 31, 2014 • REVIEWS • Views: 14865

    Daiwa’s generation black series of fishing rods offer great quality at such an affordable price, so lets have a look at my dedicated lightweight plastics rod, the Drunknmonkey 6101ULFS, by far my favourite lightweight plastics rod. Specifications Model

  • REVIEW: Daiwa Generation Black – Blackjack – Travel Rod

    June 23, 2014 • REVIEWS • Views: 19992

    In my opinion a 2-4kg rod is the perfect fishing all rounder. Its light enough to target smaller species that inhabit our southern estuary and freshwater reaches like bream, flathead, trout and redfin, yet still has the power needed for when those larger