Shimano Tiagra

Brand: Shimano
Product Code: Shimano Tiagra
Availability: In Stock
Price: AU$588.00
Ex Tax: AU$588.00

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Product Code Description Gear Ratio Bearings Drag Power (Kg) Mono Capacity (kg/m) Braid Capacity (lb/yds) Weight (g)
TI12 Tiagra 12 3.9:1, 1.7:1 6.0 15.0 5/804 40/795 992.0
TI16 Tiagra 16 3.9:1, 1.7:1 6.0 13.0 7/896 50/1210 1077.0
TI20A Tiagra 20 A 3.9:1, 1.7:1 4.0 16.0 9/631 50/1225 1409.0
TI30A Tiagra 30 A 3.9:1, 1.7:1 4.0 15.0 14/640 50/1805 1486.0
TI30WLRSA Tiagra 30W LRS A 3.9:1, 1.7:1 4.0 15.0 23/521 65/1435 1576.0
TI130A Tiagra 130A 2.2:1, 1.15:1 6.0 45.0 59/914 150/3315 4936.0
TI50A Tiagra 50 A 3.1:1, 1.3:1 4.0 20.0 23/548 80/1135 2364.0
TI50WA Tiagra 50W A 3.1:1, 1.3:1 4.0 20.0 23/777 80/1575 2447.0
TI50WLRSA Tiagra 50W LRS A 3.1:1, 1.3:1 4.0 20.0 36/503 80/1575 2447.0
TI80WA Tiagra 80W A 2.5:1, 1.3:1 4.0 24.0 36/868 100/2445 3266.0

As we all know, one of the fundamental aspects of this sport is that the fish we seek are capable of fighting for hours, repeatedly making long runs that can really heat up a drag. This can cause the settings to change, leading to insufficient pressure being put on a fish or, at worst, a broken line. Fortunately, Shimano's Hydrothermal Drag System automatically compensates for any heat buildup, thereby maintaining the original drag setting. What's more, the Tiagra's pre-lubricated graphite drag washer is impervious to salt water and will always operate smoothly. The leverage created by an angler in a game chair or stand-up rod bucket and harness with a big fish on the end of the line creates an enormous amount of pressure. That's why the Tiagra's one-piece frame is machine-cut from aluminium tube to a thickness of seven millimetres. It's also why Tiagra has A-RB bearings, heavy-duty stainless steel gears, and a two speed shifting mechanism where the pinion and drive gears are continuously meshed. Tiagras also feature a calibrated pre-set drag knob, which has detents that adjust in approximately half-pound increments. It is, however, only a reference guide to be used when setting the drag, and is no substitute for doing it through a loaded rod with a set of scales. At 89 decibels, the ratchet is also the loudest of any production reel. The Tiagra 'A' series feature heavy gold anodising, a drilled drag quadrant with a drag curve suited to Australian conditions, and a specially designed rubberised power handle. The heavier anodising makes them highly resistant to the ravages of salt water, while the click stop drag quadrant permits more precise drag adjustments. The counter-balanced handle falls easily to hand to make winding easier, and its rubberised 'tackiness' combats sweaty palms, which can be a problem during the course of a long fight or when fishing in tropical waters.

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