Setting a new standard for bass rods, Daiwa has redesigned and upgraded their Cielo Casting Rod Series. Featuring powerful, lightweight, un-sanded Bias Graphite blanks, reinforced at the butt with Daiwa’s 3D Cross, they provide strong, sensitive tip actions with high-strength, powerful backbones. Each rod also features premium components, including Minima black ring guides that are 20% to 30% lighter than ceramics, and a Fuji Skeleton Pipe reel seat for lighter weight and greater sensitivity. Tournament caliber rods at a reasonable price, the Daiwa Cielo Casting Rods look great and have what it takes to raise your fishing to the next level.

-Machined aluminum reel clamp with graphite insert
-Split grip design with natural cork and EVA foam
-Hook keeper
-Five-Year Limited Warranty

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Customer Reviews

Comments: I have the original Cielo and now I own 2 of these new ones. 7'6" heavy I use for the A rig, frogs and Swimbaits so far so good. 6'10" MH for medium jigs and worms and these rods are sensitive, strong and perform well good job Daiwa.

From: Ruben: Salem, VA 3/11/14

Comments: Got mine the other day, looks cool and feels aight, the old ones were better, but for this price its really good.  Not as sensitive and as strong as I would like it but I compared it to my Steez so I guess its not fair.  Overall, I like it!  Oh yeah, and the first section of the blank feels really weird like it has lines and scales, kind of like a filer, I never felt anything like that before, thats what she said!

From: Steve: Porterville, CA

Comments: Take that Cielo from the top of the reel seat down to the butt, and place the Cara blank in front of it and I think we will have a fine rod. That's some thinking outside the box right their TW. Maybe you guys should start building custom sticks!!

From: Russ

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