Shimano Solara Spinning Rod

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Product Details

The Shimano® Solara spinning rod is crafted with a durable aeroglass rod blank and a solid locking graphite reel seat. It includes reinforced aluminum oxide guides and comfort cork handles.

Features

  • Durable aeroglass construction rod blank
  • Reinforced aluminum oxide guides
  • Solid locking graphite reel seat
  • Comfort cork handles
  • 1-year limited warrany
Model Number: SLS-56UL2

  • UL
  • 2-6 lbs
  • 5'6"
  • 2-piece rod
Model Number: SLS-60M2

  • M
  • 6-10 lbs
  • 6'
  • 2-piece rod
Model Number: SLS-66M2

  • M
  • 6-14 lbs
  • 6'6"
  • 2-piece rod
Model Number: SLS-70M2

  • M
  • 6-14 lbs
  • 7'
  • 2-piece rod
Model Number: SLC-60M2

  • M
  • 6-15 lbs
  • 6'2"
  • 2-piece rod

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Shimano Solara Spinning Rod
 
2.0

(based on 4 reviews)

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    (1)

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    (3)

25%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Flexible (3)

Cons

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      1.0

      Pass

      By Old Man Fisher

      from Tampa, FL

      Comments about Shimano Solara Spinning Rod:

      This rod broke when i was trying to get it out of the car. But it was falling apart months before that happen. I fished for about 6 months and the cork started to peel since it has some fake wood looking skin over generic foam cork. The fake wood skin peels if you get fish slime on it. This happens more often then you think since some days fishing is so hot you forget to thoroughly clean your hands. Shimano or not, definitely a pass!

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      5.0

      fine by me

      By droski

      from ft. lauderdale

      Pros

      • Durable
      • Easy Casting
      • Easy To Transport
      • Flexible

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Ocean Fishing
        • River Fishing
        • Shore Casting
        • Trolling

        Comments about Shimano Solara Spinning Rod:

        works "fine by me" only two things are 1. I have braid on so when I do a uni knot to connect the mono and braid it doesn't go through the first loop hole. 2. I always keep it rigged up so I don't get to enjoy the 2 piece option. other then that I've gotten snagged in some stuff that I've had to yank myself out of and no problems.

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        • No

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        (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

         
        1.0

        poor construction

        By campie

        from california

        About Me Avid Fisher

        Pros

        • Flexible

        Cons

        • Breaks Easily
        • Poor Construction

        Best Uses

        • Small Fish

        Comments about Shimano Solara Spinning Rod:

        The rod had a nice feel but it broke on the first fish lifting a 12 inch trout up to the top of a boulder.
        I know the ptice is cheap but I have had other rods at the same price that lasted a lot longer

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        (1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

         
        1.0

        hallow and thin

        By jbass

        from boynton beach ,florida

        About Me Avid Fisher

        Pros

        • Flexible

        Cons

        • Breaks Easily
        • Poor Construction

        Best Uses

        • Small Fish

        Comments about Shimano Solara Spinning Rod:

        this rod broke really easy when i snagged a branch it broke with a small tug

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