Shimano Convergence Casting Rods - $59.99 to $69.99
Packed with high-end features and Shimano’s legendary performance, the Shimano Convergence Casting Rods do it all for a reasonable price. Durable IM-7 graphite blanks offer a winning blend of sensitivity and power, while remaining lightweight, and premium Fuji Aluminum Oxide Guides furnish reduced friction for increased casting distance and accuracy. The series also comes equipped with Shimano’s newly designed reel seats, which offer complete access to the rod blank, and just might be some of the most comfortable reel seats ever designed. Now available in an extensive line-up of lengths, powers and actions, the Shimano Convergence Casting Rods offer an excellent angler value - and look great while doing it.
- Laser Etched Technique Butt-Cap
- Multipurpose Hook Keeper
-Backed by 1-year Limited Warranty (All warranty claims must be made with Shimano directly. Tackle Warehouse can no longer accept Shimano warranty rods.)
Comments: Tried the 7'2" jig rod paired with lews speed spool mg 12lb fluorocarbon seaguar, best combo I've fish as far as throwing 3/4 oz football jigs, cast super far, high sensitivity, strong enough backbone, feels super light, a perfect rod I can just go and throw this all day!
From: Kevin: Fresno, CA
Comments: this rod is the most flexible rod ive owned, even compared to spinning rods.i love it ihave the older model of the Quantum PT burner i love it!
From: Darren: Deming WA U.S.
Comments: this is a great rod feels great looks cool pair it with the daiwa magforce ths and its a great best combo i got
From: Hayden: Orangeburg, SC
Comments: These rods are total garbage!!! Buyer beware! I purchased 3 of these rods in the worm and jig series and immediately found all three to be extremely tip heavy and unbalanced after pairing them with Shimano Cardiff 100A reels. My first thought was to return them but I decided to fish them to see if my opinion of the rods would change. It did not, after only an hour the weight of the rod was very noticeable and after the third outing the up-locking reel seats would not stay tight and started to come apart. I am shocked Shimano would produce such crap as this. Shame on you Shimano!!!!!!!
From: Mark: Plymouth, Ohio
Comments: I bought 7'2" medium worm/jig rod.And what can i say about it? That's a great rod, really comfortable reel seat, I also have gloomis gl2 7'1" med/heavy worm/jig rod. OK gl2 is lighter, but sensitivity - i couldn't feel a difference. Shimano Convergence is 3 times cheaper, but i like better than gloomis. It really worth more than it costs!
From: Linas: Drogheda, Ireland
Comments: Great rod for the first day of use will purchase more.
From: Kris: San Diego, CA
Comments: I purchased the 7'2" Med rod. Great rod. Took it out first day and caught 5 bass over 3lbs and a couple of grinnel, one big enough to turn my 16' jon boat. Rod is sensitive and has plenty of backbone. I also have a compre and clarus, to be honest I can't tell the difference in feel. I like it.
From: Aaron: Lake City, AR
Comments: amazing rod super light and so good with my chigger craws worms lizards and frogs and a smooth cast to i will really recamend this rod and a good all purpose rod
From: Miami, FL
Comments: Great rod! i love the uplocking reel seat and the tip is softer than my mojo bass. great price point and that soft tip launches frogs across the river!!!
From: Josh: WI
Comments: I recently purchased a 6'8 MH and I must say this is a great rod!! I was nervous at first about the uplocking reel seat but after the first hour on the lake my concerns were gone. Unlike conventional reel seat locks this design allows you to make any fine adjustments naturally and without thinking about it since your hand is always on it. A value priced rod packed with nice features. My next equipment purchase will definately include three more of these rods.
From: Charles: Nicholasville, KY
Comments: Good rod. But horribly made two of mine have broke in two weeks! If the tip hardly gets tapped it will break never buying one of these rods again!!!
Comments: I bought the 7'2" med heavy just to see what it was like, paired it with the curado 200, and I must say i was very pleased with how light this rod was, and how it handled baits. I have since picked up 3 more. And let me just mention, there is a 7'0" model in med available in some places, it is the BEST crankbait rod around right now.
From: Luke: Camarillo, CA
Comments: Listen to me!!!!! lighter then you think strong then you think!!!!!!! I was shocked try it you will like it
From: Jakarvis: Weaver, AL
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