This series of short rods was designed primarily for boat fishing. The combination of the special geometry of the blank and multiple layers of carbon fiber with different modularity allowed us to create a rod which harmoniously combines high sensitivity, has relatively low weight and high strength. The specifications of this series equally meet the requirements of both jig fishing and twitching of minnow lures. Varita rods have fast action; the rod tip is rather informative when used in jig fishing. But, at the same time, Varita rods aren’t “circle-shaped” which contributes to their excellent casting qualities. Powerful and thick butt can easily cope with a big fish and force the retrieving in harsh conditions. Varita has been specifically tested in bass fishing. The rod is designed primarily for pike and zander fishing performed from a boat in vast reservoirs and large rivers as well as pike fishing performed from a bank of a small river with whole bunch of structures in them. Varitais equipped with the most modern fittings: Fuji KL-H guides which are company’s innovation of 2012, they are placed according to the KR-concept and the skeletal Fuji reel seat, which provides maximum access to the blank and increases sensitivity. In a word this rod is dedicated to those who love reliability, functionality and “indestructibility” of American spinning rods.
|Model||Length, м||Power||Test, g||Line
|VRTC-702MH||2.1||Medium Heavy||9 - 28||15 - 30 lb||Fast||144||2||111||16936014||149.99||Add to cart|
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.
All Favorite rod blanks are produced from a layering combination were carbon of different modulus and different fiber directions, allows us to achieve the desired rod action, increase the durability and lower the rod weight.
Toray 36T – Japan manufacturer Toray prepreg. Modulus 36 TON (~53 Msi)