Developed by professional bass anglers, including FLW Tour standout, Randall Tharp, the Halo Fishing Twilite Red Series Casting Rods deliver same extreme level of sensitivity and unparalleled strength as the Twilite Black Rod Series - now with red highlights. Incredibly lightweight as well, thanks in part to advanced micro guide technology, the super strong, braid-resistant stainless steel micro guides greatly reduce weight, while increasing casting distance and accuracy. Precisely engineered actions also offer all the attributes you need for a multitude of bass fishing applications. Available in a range of lengths and tapers, the Halo Fishing Twilite Red Series Casting Rods deliver tournament caliber performance at a reasonable price. Go on, set the hook!
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FLW Tour pro, Randall Tharp, used the Halo Fishing Twighlite Series Casting Rods en route to his 2012 Walmart FLW Tour victory at Lake Okeechobee.
Please Note: Halo Fishing does not provide Taper, Line, or Lure Ratings.
Comments: I have two of these. 7' Heavy and 7'6" Medium. They look amazing and I can cast even light weigh lures a mile with either rod. I love the parabolic bend with these rods. Perfect amount of guides and well spaced. This rod is also extremely sensitive. I use the 7' Heavy for jigs and punching grass. I really can feel everything. However, I don't think it's as light weight as other rods in the similar price range. I have a 7'2" Powell Endurance and 7' 13 Fishing Omen that both balance better than the Halo. The Halo definitely feels more tip heavy. I would buy more of these as I like the overall bend profile better than any other rod. I haven't had any issues with the 2 I own.
From: K.G.: USA 10/1/14
Comments: Got my 7'11 xtra heavy when i took the rod out of the package everything looked good the next day my reel arrived and i spooled it with 80lb power pro after casting in my pond a few times i noticed something felt really rough when i reeled i took it in checked the yes and found the last eye on the rod had a bur in it which i was able to pull on the line and break 80lb braid hope this is not a common problem as the rod seems very nice
From: Caleb: Bradenton, FL 7/18/14
Comments: I love these rods I have 2 of them with no problems to report. I have caught numerous 5+ pounders including one over 6lbs that I had to winch out from under a dock. No problem excellent rod would highly recommend very sensitive. Hope to buy more in the future, worth every penny.
From: Joey: Sutherlin, VA 4/19/14
Comments: I've had my Halo flipping stick for almost 1 year now and absolutely love it. Im gonna buy another one but was told to check the review first. I was really curious about the bad reviews about broken rods cuz I have no issue at all. I did not understand until I checked the video that guy put online and all the comments. The guy had a good halo rod boat flipped a few giants including a 9lber until he got sponsored by another rods company. That was the story.
From: Unknown: USA 3/30/14
Comments: I love halo rods and there rod guides I broke two halo rods already one for bout 8 months old and one for about few weeks old I hope they come up with better rod blanks then what they are using now I think it's too hollow out the walls are to thin.
From: Unknown: USA 3/10/14
Comments: Scratch that review i posted below 4 months ago... I still agree that the rod is a gorgeous work of art, they really do make a good looking rod, Performance wise is alright aswell, i boated some good fish on this rod within the 4 months i owned it including a 9lber. Where this rod fails is its durability. During a tournament last weekend i set the hook on a fish while flipping some K-grass. The rod Shattered into 4 pieces.. not even kidding with you. The rod was only 4 months old and it just completely blew up in my hand on a 10 inch fish. The rod wasnt abused either, i take very good care and handle all my tackle carefully. If you would like to see the video on it happening look it up on youtube, search for "Halo Rod Snapped"
From: Brad: FL
Comments: Just got my new 7' 11" heavy halo twilite there isn't abetter rod on the market more sensitive and lighter than 300-400 dollar rods no doubt halos are the best out there!!!!
From: Austin: parrish FL
Comments: good rod. light and sensitive but durable as well. i would recommend
From: K: ARK
Comments: I have never submitted a reveiw on anything before. Have been seriously fishing for over 40 years. And just have to comment on this Halo Twilite Rod. It is the lighest weight- most sensitive-best balanced- best casting rod that I have ever owned. Plan to own more in the future.Try one. Thanks ED
From: Ed: Six Mile S.C USA
Comments: Just got my 7'6 heavy in from tackle warehouse. For starters, when I pulled the rod out of the shipping tube, it was almost like I didn't even have it in my hand! Man this thing is light! The blank is straight as a arrow, the guides look strong and straight. Feels like it has good backbone to get fish out of heavy cover. The overall finish is excellent. I will be purchasing more halo rods!
From: Brad: Lakeland, Fl
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