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Daiwa Heartland-HLD Salmon/Steelhead-Casting

Overall Customer Rating: 4.5 of 5 stars Daiwa Heartland-HLD Salmon/Steelhead-Casting Rods 4.5 out of 5 (2 Reviews)
Manufacturer: Daiwa
Series: Freshwater Rods
Model: Heartland-HLD Salmon/Steelhead-Casting

Daiwa Heartland-HLD Salmon/Steelhead-Casting models

Spin/Cast Model Length Pieces Lure Weight (oz.) Line Weight Action Power Type Rod Weight (oz.)

Salmon Back Bouncing & Jigging

HLD-SS791XHRB

7'9"

1

1 - 8

12 - 30

Regular

Extra Heavy

Salmon Heavy Casting/Drift

HLD-SS902HFB

9'

2

3/4 - 1 1/4

12 - 16

Fast

Heavy

Salmon Heavy Casting/Drift

HLD-SS1002XHFB

10'2"

2

1 - 1 1/2

14 - 20

Fast

Extra Heavy

Steelhead Drift

HLD-SS862MFB

8'6"

2

3/8 - 3/4

8 - 12

Fast

Medium

Steelhead Drift

HLD-SS902MFB

9'

2

3/8 - 3/4

8 - 12

Fast

Medium


* All Heartland-HLD Salmon/Steelhead-Casting Rods specifications from the official Daiwa catalog. Daiwa reserves the right to make changes without obligation.


 

Fishermen's opinions about Daiwa Heartland-HLD Salmon/Steelhead-Casting

 
Daiwa Heartland-HLD Salmon/Steelhead-Casting

my choice for deep jigging

2012-07-11T09:43:53

7/11/2012 9:43:53 AM 5 of 5 stars 5 out of 5 stars

The Diawa Heartland SS791XHRB is my choice for deep jigging King Salmon in the tidal rips of Kodiak Island Alaska. As a charter captian for the last 22 years here I've used up a lot of rods in the course of a season - Not this one. Match it up with a Shimano Tekota line counter spooled with 20 or 30# test Power Pro and 6 ounce Luhr Jensen stingers and you've got a fish killing setup.
Reviewed by: Capt. Eric (Kodiak, AK)

 
Daiwa Heartland-HLD Salmon/Steelhead-Casting

2012-07-11T09:42:22

7/11/2012 9:42:22 AM 4 of 5 stars 4 out of 5 stars

I don't know much for bass fishing but I have used the heartland S 7'6" listed here for Chinook salmon. Casting 2.5 to 4 ounce drift rigs into fast water for spring Chinook is hard on any rod. Fighting 30-40 pounders in that water is murder, most guys use 9' or 10'' salmon rods. I''ve got nothing but respect for this rod, it''s fought over 180 Springers in the last 3 years and the only damage it has sustained was a minor problem with the tip eye... apoxy fixed that right on the river bank. If this rod can take down the King, I think it can handle a few bass.
Reviewed by: John (Glide, Oregon)

 
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