Shimano Fishing Rods
With over 80 years of experience, Shimano has been delivering precision and innovative tackle for anglers of all types to use in various waterways. Whether you’re a professional angler or just enjoy recreational fishing, even the biggest fish will be no match for you and your Shimano.Design
Experienced Australian anglers have helped design these fishing rods with local species in mind. Shimano knows that durability and balance are necessary in high-quality Shimano saltwater fishing rods. TC3 and TC4 blanks offer the most power while minimising the weight of the rod, which can make pulling in kingfish, marlin, flathead, and other fish less strenuous. Fuji guides and split EVA butt sections provide more grip and balance.Material
With fibreglass, carbon, and graphite to choose from, beginners and professionals will be comfortable reeling in a catch. Shimano’s strong, lightweight, and sensitive materials, coupled with innovative designs, are ideal for bringing in fish of all sizes and weight. Fibreglass is generally better suited to beginners, and graphite for more experienced fishermen. The 4-ply graphite weave technology combines strength and sensitivity that offshore anglers can appreciate.A Rod for Every Occasion
When you love to wet a line wherever you go, a travel rod is a great choice. They break down into multiple pieces to make for easy packing. Wherever you are, take Shimano with you. Consider also the Shimano freshwater fishing rods if the ocean isn’t the day’s destination. Spinning rods are a favourite among recreational fishers, as well as a great choice for beginners. Meet the demands of game fishing with rods from the Tcurve Game series and others. Even children can get in on the action with their very own rod.Big Game
When you’re going for a boat ride and want to bring in the biggest catches, like tuna and marlin, stickbait fishing rods are excellent. Seasoned anglers will enjoy setting one of these lines and pulling in a personal best. Fast action blanks are great for jigging, helping to keep your line from getting caught in reefs, debris, or wrecks. When the main goal is to catch a feed, rods like the Eclipse and Aqua Tip are fine choices.