In 2019, Ripple Fisher’s boat casting rod series “Aquila” will introduce a large number of additional models and refine the series.
The lineup has been brushed up so that the performance specialised in various situations can be demonstrated, including Hiramasa and yellowfin tuna games, which have been subdivided in recent years.
There are 9 new lineups. The categories are divided into four types: ST, MLT, MST, and EX.
- ST is a well-balanced model that has sharpened standard performance for a wide range of situations and targets.
- The MLT is a multi-purpose model that combines a delicate tip with a strong bat to challenge the big game with a light line.
- MST is a reinforced model that pursues toughness and power, specialising in the large Hiramasa that has already become a classic.
- EX is the first three-piece pack rod in the series, realising a feel and tone that exceeds the limits of multi-piece.
The new “Aquila” is a spirit of Ripple Fisher that has been crafted without any compromise. In addition to ease of handling, we have achieved a high level of fusion of reliable lift force, delicate lure operability and castability.
|Model||Length (cm)||Pieces||Rod Rating||Rod Type|
|Aquila MLT 82-3/6||2.49||2pc||PE 4-6||Spin|
|Aquila ST 80-4||2.59||2pc||PE 6||Spin|
|Aquila MST 85-7+||2.59||2pc||PE 7||Spin|
|Aquila ST 85-6||2.43||2pc||PE 4||Spin|
|Aquila ST 78-3||2.37||2pc||PE 3||Spin|
|Aquila MST 711-8+||2.42||2pc||PE 8||Spin|
|Aquila MLT 82-2/4||2.49||2pc||PE 2-4||Spin|
Aquila ST: A series that combines the basic and important factors required for casting games: cast, lure operation, ease of fishing, and fighting. The feeling of use is sharp, and if a load is applied by applying a fish, the fulcrum will move smoothly to the hand side, allowing the bat with a pool to be able to fight stably and not giving the fish the initiative. The lineup also includes three models in the PE3, 4 and 6 class, with models that can handle a variety of situations and targets.
Aquila MLT: A multi-purpose model that was born to capture the necessary conditions. New to capture big game with light tackle, designed to make full use of line strength by combining the conflicting elements of small lure’s long throwing and operability, and catching big game without passing the initiative. It is a sensory rod. It is a model that can be called another culmination that complements the Ripple Fisher Offshore Rod lineup. 2/4 of the model notation means that the rod class is PE4 Max, and the tip feel is PE2 class model. (Tip PE3 class for 3/6 and bat PE6 class for 3/6)
Aquila MST: A series dedicated to monster class strategy that has been refined in order to aim at large hiramasa. The main concept of this game is to use a large lure and compete in the PE7-8 class line under conditions where Hiramasa prey on large baits such as dolphin, duck and flying fish. It is not just a hard rod, but by setting the bending fulcrum of the rod to the front, it has a followability that can easily cope with the sudden thrust peculiar to Hiramasa, and everyone can easily stand up by dropping the waist firmly The tone is easy to fight. * The + attached to the power class indicates that the design of the original power class is added to the stickiness and strength.