Newly designed and updated, the Shimano Clarus Drop Shot Spinning Rods deliver precisely engineered technique specific actions and premium components at a reasonable price. Lightweight IM-8 graphite blanks offer the sensitivity, power and crisp feel that have made the Clarus series of rods a favorite of bass anglers, and premium Fuji Aluminum Oxide guides at Fuji Concept Spacing provide improved line control and long lasting durability. New custom Shimano no-thread Reels Seats also offer direct contact with the blank for increased sensitivity transfer into your hands, and the reel seat also tightens from below the reel for a sleek, new threadless look. Perfectly balanced thanks to a split grip handle configuration and comfortable EVA grips, the Shimano Clarus Drop Shot Spinning Rods are real value in today's rod market.
- Laser Etched Butt Cap
- Multipurpose Hook Keeper
- Limited Lifetime Over-the-Counter Replacement Warranty
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Comments: Used this Clarus and absolutely love it.. I use for shakey head & wacky rig. Able to get good hookset and could feel every boulder/structure when casted upon.
From: Evan: Scottyburg, IN 3/1/14
Comments: they look pretty great from my piont of veiw!!!! for the price they look great, just ordered 3 of these!!!! sicked for them to get in...
Comments: I purchased the 7'2" M I have used it for drop shotting and dragging tubes on Lake Erie for smallies and this rod works just great for both applications. For the price the rod is really sensitive. The one negative is rod is a little tip hvy.
From: Dale: Erie, PA
Comments: these rods are a step down from their previous models. The eyes are a bit large, which give the look and feel of a cheaper rod. They feel heavier than the old models aswell. I was excited about shimano redoing the clarus because I have loved the previous models but was pretty disappointed when I finally bought the rod.
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