Synapse BFS

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Description

BFS - bait finesse system, very popular direction of baitcasting in Japan in recent years. Implies the usage of the baitcasting tackle in light and ultra-light fishing. However, most Japanese brands BFS rods are designed for bass fishing and are too powerful for classical European fish. We developed a baitcasting rod for fishing with light and ultra-light lures that are ideal for perch, pike, zander, chub, trout and fishing with our standard techniques. The lightest rod in the lineup, is probably one of the most light serial baitcasting rods today and with the appropriate reel allows you fishing a weights from 1g. Synapse BFS limited rods equipped with most tech guides at the moment - Fuji Torzite.

Rings

Tulip

Handle Material

Production range

Model Length, м Power Test, g Line
test
Action Weight, g Number
of sections
Transport.
lenght, cm
Code Price, USD
CASTING
SYSBF-662UL 1.98 Ultra Light 2 - 7 2 - 6 Fast 87 2 102 16930203 299.99
SYSBF-662L 1.98 Light 3 - 10 4 - 8 Moderate Fast 91 2 102 16930204 299.99
SYSBF-702ML 2.1 Medium Light 5 - 14 6 - 10 Moderate Fast 101 2 108 16930205 299.99
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Technologies

FUJI KR-Concept

The new concept of placing the rings, which uses a new type of rings KL-H, was introduced by Fuji in 2012. The basic principle of the new concept is the so-called fast cone principle, which consists of only three rings of small diameter on high legs.

FUJI Torzite

This is the latest word in the technological evolution and engineering from Fuji, these rings are made of a high-strength material that’s carefully polished, which leds to the TORZITE ring being much thinner and lighter in comparison with SiC rings of the same size.

MLS Slim

The usage of a special different modulus carbon layer combination and different fiber directions allow us to create very thin and “slim” blanks without losing rod stiffness, which we use to build L and UL class rods

Skyflex 40T

Skyflex 40T – Korean manufacturer SK prepreg. Modulus 40 TON (~59 Msi)

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