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December 8, 2023 •iSportsman Staff
Introducing the next generation of the Shimano Expride, offering freshwater anglers the upper hand in any fishing situation. Now with Hi-Power X technology, anglers have complete control over the rod with noticeably reduced blank twist and ovalization. Meaning there is also improved lure and tip control when casting and reeling whatever happens to bite.
Crafted with cutting-edge technology, the Expride B Series boasts exceptional sensitivity. This sensitivity allows anglers to detect even the slightest nibble, ensuring prompt responses and increased hook-up rates. The blend of sensitivity and power in these rods provides an optimal balance, enabling anglers to feel the underwater terrain while having the strength to control powerful fish.
Durability is paramount in fishing equipment, and the Expride B Series excels here as well. Constructed with high-quality materials, these rods are built to withstand the rigors of various fishing environments. This longevity not only ensures a longer lifespan but also offers anglers the confidence to tackle challenging situations without worrying about rod performance.
One of the standout features of the Expride B Series is its versatility. Whether you’re a freshwater enthusiast or a saltwater adventurer, these rods come in a range of lengths and actions tailored to different fishing techniques. From finesse presentations to heavy cover fishing, there’s an Expride B Series rod designed to meet your specific angling preferences.
The ergonomic design of these rods further enhances their appeal. The thoughtful placement of reel seats and comfortable grips reduces angler fatigue during long casting sessions, enabling you to fish more effectively and comfortably.
Fine-tuned Expride B models offer versatility, from power fishing to throwing large swimbaits. Cast further with the next chapter of Expride’s legendary and tournament-winning lineage. To find the best Expride upgrade for your fishing venture, visit Fish.Shimano.com.