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Shimano Teramar WC Inshore Jig/Bait

Overall Customer Rating: 4.33 of 5 stars Shimano Teramar WC Inshore Jig/Bait Rods 4.33 out of 5 (3 Reviews)
Manufacturer: Shimano
Series: Long Rods
Model: Teramar WC Inshore Jig/Bait

Shimano Teramar WC Inshore Jig/Bait models

Spin/Cast Model Length Pieces Lure Weight (oz.) Line Weight Action Power Type Rod Weight (oz.)

TMC80M

8'0"

1

1/2-1

12-25

Fast

Medium

TMC80MH

8'0"

1

3/4-3

15-30

Fast

Medium Heavy

TMC80H

8'0"

1

1-4

20-40

Fast

Heavy

TMC86XH

8'6"

1

2-5

30-50

Fast

Extra Heavy

TMC90MH

9'0"

1

1-4

15-30

Fast

Medium Heavy

TMC90H

9'0"

1

2-5

25-40

Fast

Heavy

TMC90XH

9'0"

1

2-5

30-60

Fast

Extra Heavy

TMC100XH

10'0"

1

1-5

20-50

Fast

Extra Heavy


* All Teramar WC Inshore Jig/Bait Rods specifications from the official Shimano catalog. Shimano reserves the right to make changes without obligation.


 

Fishermen's opinions about Shimano Teramar WC Inshore Jig/Bait

 
Shimano Teramar WC Inshore Jig/Bait

best rod

2014-02-18T20:18:53

2/18/2014 8:18:53 PM 4 of 5 stars 4 out of 5 stars

I've used this in the west coast and worked great from rock fishing to jigging:-D.
Reviewed by: daddy (long beach ca)

 
Shimano Teramar WC Inshore Jig/Bait

2012-07-12T10:58:09

7/12/2012 10:58:09 AM 4 of 5 stars 4 out of 5 stars

I have the old Teramar Southwest Coast casting rod(7'6"). Both the new and old rods are very fast taper, ie stiff like a broomstick. When I use this rod, I fear no fish. Its light but strong and tough. It can throw big baits and pull big fish. I was able to use it off the party boat rockfishing with 10oz weights at 100 feet. But its a little difficult to do finesse movements(I can barely cast 1/2oz lures). And its probably not sensitive enough for using live bait and for trolling.

I think some people find parabolic tapers easier to use. And other people can adapt to faster rods.
Reviewed by: pinfish (SF Bay Area)

 
Shimano Teramar WC Inshore Jig/Bait

great rod

2012-07-12T10:56:26

7/12/2012 10:56:26 AM 5 of 5 stars 5 out of 5 stars

This is the second of these rods that I own. Light in weight and lots of back bone. I've fished the Sea of Cortez in baja, inshore in San Diego and fished the waters of the Colorado river. Worked great in every situation.
Reviewed by: ElGordo (El centro, Ca)

 
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