• ONE Sin SALT Guides
• Tournament R/S
• 1DFR High Modulus Carbon
• Hard EVA handles
The Savage Gear Salt 1DFR Shore Jigging Rod rod range are designed rods for jigging from the shore. 1DFR One Directional Fibre reinforcement technology adds superior strength and sensitivity to the rod blank. The patented manufacturing process utilizes an outer layer of longitudinal fibers around the rod blank that significantly increase strength and power in the tip section. 1DFR increase the rod’s lifting power and maximum strength up to four times that of a standard rod blank. Perfectly balanced blanks with great power for casting distances and battling predator fish of the shore!
The Savage Gear Salt 1DFR Shore Jigging Rod range has 3 options, a medium heavy option at 40-80g, 60-120g and a heavy option at 80-150g, all rods are 9ft long.
At North East Tackle Supplies we carry all the new Savage Gear jigging rods including the Savage Gear Salt 1DFR Shore Jigging Rod range.
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