Shimano TDR Downrigger C Trolling Rod
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Shimano TDR Downrigger C Trolling Rod Models
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From a series that has proven its worth, the Shimano TDR Downrigger C Trolling Rod is built to endure. Assembled with a durable Aeroglass Blank Construction, this rod will put in the work so you can enjoy your catch! The TDR has reinforced Aluminum Oxide guides with a stainless steel frame, giving it an edge in its permanency. To enhance your comfort, the TDR has a softer EVA foregrip.
If you're looking for a rod to match with your Dipsy Divers or other trolling applications, look no further! Outfitted with a Fuji reel seat and a harder EVA Reargrip built for durability when used in a rod holder, the Shimano TDR Downrigger C Trolling rod will not let you down.
- Durable Aeroglass Blank Construction
- Fuji reel seat
- Dipsy Divers or other trolling applications
- Softer EVA foregrip
- Reinforced Aluminum Oxide guides with Stainless Steel frames
- Harder EVA Reargrip for durability when used in a rod holder
- One-year manufacturer's limited warranty
Ratings & Reviews
Nice Low Priced Rod
I put an Okuma Convector Line Counter Reel on this rod and it worked great on a planer board for catching Atlantic Salmon in our Great State of Michigan. For the money I will buy it again.
I feel that this is the ultimate planer board Rod available. Either trolling for salmon or walleye this rod has enough backbone to pull the boards and soft enough to fight the fish.
Great Rod better sevice.
Already have a pair of these rods and they are perfect for what I need, I just got two more.
Nice product, great customer service
Nice rods at a good price point. I had a little hiccup with a broken rod tip and customer service got back to me right away and helped me. Very satisfied
New rods vs old rods.
I have used the 7' and 8' medium/mod. fast rods for a long time and find them very good trolling rods for stripers. It seems that the rod flexibility has changed in the last couple of years. I had to go to a heavy/mod. fast rod recently because of the thinness and very flexible ends on the medium rods. Not sure how it will affect the hook sets but have switched over to heavy power. I will continue to use this Shimano TDR because they have proven over many years to be very rugged.