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Old 08-25-2020, 06:44 AM
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I am trying my best to research on my own, but I am hoping for some recommendations from the guys who know more than I do.

I have a pair of Tiagra 30s and I currently have them on Terez rods.

The rod holders on my boat are 0* so I started looking into new rods with a bent butt. Are all these rods butts interchangeable? If not, how can you tell which are and aren't? Any recommendations on what to buy? I would like to have the ability to have a rod that can swap between straight and bent if that is possible.

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Good rods here.
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Terminator Adjusta-Butt - Winthrop Tackle
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We Got our Rods From JPR RODS, We went with straight and bent and WT adjua Butt on A Couple, They Work great, And interchange with the Others.Give Them a Call They can explain
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We would recommend going with the Pinnacle Marine Outfitter rods as stated above. Our go-to rod is the SRT Series Rods with Fuji SIC Ring Guides and RX Roller Top. It is #4 on the list in that thread posted above and you can get it with the Winthrop adjust-a butt where it goes from bent but to straight butt with a click of a button.

We caught a 670# bluefin tuna on that rod, which albeit is a bit big, but it held up.
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Thanks guys!
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Originally Posted by SordTools View Post
We would recommend going with the Pinnacle Marine Outfitter rods as stated above. Our go-to rod is the SRT Series Rods with Fuji SIC Ring Guides and RX Roller Top. It is #4 on the list in that thread posted above and you can get it with the Winthrop adjust-a butt where it goes from bent but to straight butt with a click of a button.

We caught a 670# bluefin tuna on that rod, which albeit is a bit big, but it held up.
Thanks for your recommendation. I already spoke with John and ordered a pair. Exactly what I was looking for...
Where can I purchase this piece? This would be a much better setup for my safety leashes than what I currently have.



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Originally Posted by garagetechnik View Post
Thanks for your recommendation. I already spoke with John and ordered a pair. Exactly what I was looking for...
Where can I purchase this piece? This would be a much better setup for my safety leashes than what I currently have.

That came standard with the Tiagra 50's that I used to have. It's an awesome reel clamp. There is a seller on eBay that sells generic aluminum ones with an explanation of how to tell whether it will fit your reels.
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That came standard with the Tiagra 50's that I used to have. It's an awesome reel clamp. There is a seller on eBay that sells generic aluminum ones with an explanation of how to tell whether it will fit your reels.
Thanks! I will look around online.
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Charkbait also carries various reel clamps with tether loops. Not that style, though.
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That’s a Tiagra part number TT0392.
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Yep - what the guys above said!

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