Feel the difference ... the Halo Fishing Twilite Series Spinning Rods were developed by professional bass anglers including FLW Tour standout, Randall Tharp, to deliver extreme sensitivity and unparalleled strength. Lightweight as well, the super strong, braid-resistant stainless steel guides deliver excellent durability, 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 Series Spinning 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.

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Rod handle lengths are measured from the butt of the rod to the top of the foregrip. [ View Diagram ]

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Customer Reviews

Comments: I have owned/used various rods over the years and believe these are the best bang for your buck and even more so with there customer service & warranty. Have no doubt these rods are high quality! (I own 10 of the Halo rods) Fish hard be safe.

From: Thomas: Elkins, WV 4/6/16

Comments: I have 2 of these rods and they have no mechanical problems, but I personally was not pleased with the rods. I use spinning rods for finesse tactics and these rods have very thick blanks and are unsensitive. They are perfect for the angler who would like to throw reaction baits on spinning rods, but for me that is not how I fish. If you are looking for a good halo rod I would go with baitcasting they are much better for what they are meant to do.

From: Nate: Great Barrington, MA 12/20/15

Comments: I Puchased the 6'-6 spinning rod for spotted bass here om Lake Lanier. I have a penn fierce reel with 8 lb mono and typically throw shaky heads and exposed hook jig heads on finesse worm. The taper seems to be mostly parabolic in the the rod bends from tip to base when fighting a fish. Works we'll protecting the line on these hard pulling spots.

From: Davis: Cumming, GA 11/1/15

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