Abu Garcia Veritas 2.0 Casting Rods - $99.99

Abu Garcia Veritas 2.0 Casting Rods

The new Abu Garcia Veritas 2.0 Casting Rods deliver all the features and performance that made the original Veritas series so popular with anglers - now with some key enhancements. New Spiral Carbon Core blank technology has also increased their break strength on an average of 22% and tip strength by 30% with no increase in rod weight.

Offering incredibly sensitivity as well, Titanium frame guides with Zirconia inserts help increase casting distance and accuracy, while providing excellent durability. New ratcheted reel seats form a solid lightweight base for your reel with a high end look and feel, and high density EVA split grip handles balance out each rod perfectly. Delivering serious performance at a reasonable price, the Abu Garcia Veritas 2.0 Casting Rods just got better.

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Tackle Warehouse measures its rod handle lengths from the butt of the rod to the top of the foregrip. [ Diagram ]

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Abu Garcia Veritas 2.0 Casting Rod 6'6" Medium

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Fast 8-17lb 1/4-3/4oz 9+Tip Veritas Cast A
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13-1/2" $99.99
Veritas Cast A

Abu Garcia Veritas 2.0 Casting Rod 6'6" Med Hvy

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Moderate Fast 12-20lb 1/4-1oz 9+Tip Veritas Cast A
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13-1/2" $99.99
Veritas Cast A

Abu Garcia Veritas 2.0 Casting Rod 6'9" Med Hvy

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Fast 12-20lb 1/4-1oz 9+Tip Veritas Cast C
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14-1/2" $99.99
Veritas Cast C

Abu Garcia Veritas 2.0 Casting Rod 7' Medium

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Fast 8-17lb 1/4-5/8oz 9+Tip Veritas Cast B
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15-1/2" $99.99
Veritas Cast B

Abu Garcia Veritas 2.0 Casting Rod 7' Med Hvy

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Fast 12-20lb 1/4-1oz 9+Tip Veritas Cast B
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15-1/2" $99.99
Veritas Cast B

Abu Garcia Veritas 2.0 Casting Rod 7' Heavy

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Extra Fast 12-25lb 3/8-1 1/2oz 9+Tip Veritas Cast B
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15-1/2" $99.99
Veritas Cast B

Abu Garcia Veritas 2.0 Casting Rod 7'3" Med Hvy

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Fast 12-20lb 1/4-1oz 9+Tip Veritas Cast B
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15-1/2" $99.99
Veritas Cast B

Abu Garcia Veritas 2.0 Casting Rod 7'6" Med Hvy

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Fast 12-25lb 3/8-1 1/4oz 9+Tip Veritas Cast C
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14-1/2" $99.99
Veritas Cast C

Abu Garcia Veritas 2.0 Casting Rod 7'9" Heavy

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Fast 12-25lb 5/8-3oz 10+Tip Veritas Cast D
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17-3/4" $99.99
Veritas Cast D

Abu Garcia Veritas 2.0 Casting Rod 7'11" Heavy

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Fast 12-25lb 3/8-1 1/2oz 12+Tip Veritas Cast B
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15-1/2" $99.99
Veritas Cast B

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Comments: Good Jig rod. The 7 ft medium heavy feels more like a heavy. Its built like a pool stick. Its not very parabolic but its a very strong stick. Not the most sensitive thing but definitely worth the money.

From: Caden: Sand Springs, OK 1/26/16

Comments: I have two of these rods, a 7ft MH and a 7ft H. Neither have broke like others have stated. As for sensitivity, they are not very sensitive at all. I bought the heavy for frogs and MH for Texas rigs and jigs. I would say the MH is more suited for fishing frogs through the nasty stuff & the heavy is now my big swim bait rod. If you want an all around rod that you can throw almost anything on you'll want to look for something else. I have a Halo red twilight MH that I use for anything from weightless craws & worms to 3/8 spinners. These rods definitely seem more technique specific doesn't mean they're bad. They're just not good for everything. Hope this helps. Tight lines

From: Jessie: Moore, OK 12/6/15

Comments: 6'6 medium is a great rod for smaller grade local pond bass. Broke my inshore rods & used this rod throwing heavier jigs and pulling bigger fish & still held up. Great rod!

From: Jack: San Diego, CA 11/17/15

Comments: Used to love these rods until I had problems with them breaking. If you are tough on rods then this isn't the rod for you. I broke 15 in two years & switched to Denali & haven't broken a single one yet. 

From: Drew: Hurricane, WV 10/22/15

Comments: Abu Garcia knocked it out of the park with these rods. The quality for the money is unmatched in the industry in my opinion. You simply cannot get a better rod for $100. I have the frog series which I also use for jigs & Texas rigs at times. I also have the 7'3" MH micro guide which is an amazing all purpose rod. I use it mostly for swim jigs and spinnerbaits. I highly recommend these rods to anyone. I'll be looking to continue swapping out my rods for these!

From: Jordan: IL 10/20/15

Comments: I have a couple of these rods and they are tough, sensitive & light. I had one break accidentally, their customer service is awesome can't ask for more.

From: David: Chester, VA 10/15/15

Comments: I upgraded all 7 of my Vendetta rods to the new Veritas 2.0 & in the 2 years I have fished with them all but one has broke. Last tournament (10/10/2015) I set the hook on what ended up being my final keeper & the rod snapped clean in half about 4 inches above the reel seat. When they're not breaking I love them. Light weight, sensative & plenty of back bone but just out of the blue they'll snap on ya!

From: Phil: MO 10/14/15

Comments: This rod is incredibly durable. I have beaten the crap out of it in the 8 months I have had it. It also handles the fish very well & is light. There is still some thinks i do not like about this rod also. The biggest thing is the sensitivity is not as good as people claim it is. If i could go back I would buy the micro guide version because micro guides are more sensitive & in the 7 MH it has an extra guide. Also the butt end I don't like but is a minor issue I can get past. Lastly it is a stiff rod. I don't personally think that it is so stiff you should buy a M instead of a MH but it is close for me to think that. Overall it is a great rod for $100 but buy the micro guide version for better sensitivity     

From: Michael: MO 7/24/15

Comments:  I have a bunch of these rods . Break very easily at the back bone of the rod. I've had them for 2 years and have broken 12 of them. Luckily the warranty service is good and have replaced all of them.

From: Drew: Hurrican, WV 7/11/15

Comments: Bought my 1st Veritas a year ago. I now own 6! I always look for value no matter what I'm buying and I've found it. Someone will have to prove to me there's a better rod at this price. While I wait on that to happen I'll keep slingin with my Veritas rods!!  

From: Don: NC 6/26/15

Comments: i got this rod last september and it hasnt been a proble since, this rod is very durable compared to the last veritas. the sensitivity is great. this is an amazing rod for the money ive caught a 5 and 9 pound bass on this rod since then and hasnt failed me. and im planning on buying another!

From: David: FL 3/2/15

Comments: Very light, don't like it as much as the first Veritas because of cheaper reel seat and don't like the butt section, but casts great and overall a good rod

From: Dalton: Eufala, AL 2/27/15

Comments: Just got this veritas rod in the 7'11" heavy for swimbaits and some flipping while it is a nice rod and visually pleasing it feels a little more tip heavy than any other heavy action I have and definately thicker towards the reel seat all in all would i buy it again no but it is a deal for someone on a budget.

From: Brian: FL 1/10/15

Comments: Got the 7 3 MH version and the thing is burly. I have the 7 0 MH in the old version and I love that thing. This one is definitely thicker towards the reel seat. I've never seen the 7 3 MH in the old version. Was a little skeptical about losing sensitivity but it's still there. Just need to get used to it being a little thicker. Using it mostly for jigs so I don't mind it being a little beefier as long as the sensitivity is there.

From: John: CA 12/15/14

Comments: I bought a 7' hvy and 6'9" mh 2.0 Veritas. Veritas is a stiff rod. For example, if you prefer a softer action you might consider ordering MH instead of H . All in all I'm impressed. I love the ratcheting real seat and the grips. The rods are light and sensitivity is excellent. If you want a bang for your buck try a Veritas. I'd put it up against any $100 and some $200 rods. *** Update 6/22/15*** My 1st post on these rods was on 10/31/14. I now own 6 of the Veritas 2.0's. I can only say this, for the price I'm lovin these. No, they are not high end/high dollar rods but they fish like they are. I'm able to spend alot more for a rod but I don't know that I can find a better value. Thanks Abu Garcia and TW!!

From: Don: NC 10/31/14

Comments: I just got this rod (MH Version) and so far I am impressed with it. It is built really well. The workmanship on it is perfect, no scratches no flaws, or blemishes. The rod eyes were perfectly lined up with the spine of the rod. There was not a ding or nick in the finish. The rod inserts seem really sturdy so I don't think they will come out like they did on some of the the old Veritases. It cast extremely well with braided line on it on it. Sensitivity is definitely there and you can pull bass through the slop with it pretty well. Overall I think It's a great rod, but time will tell. I might end up buying another one of the other versions of it, like the frogging rod or one of the heavier models. 

From: Dan: USA 8/27/14

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