The new Atomic Arrowz rods haven’t been on the market for long, but they are already proving a hit with many anglers across the country. The first time anglers use one of the Arrowz, they are usually quick to express how surprised they are by the quality of the rods for a lower price point. The high quality components combined with an attractive cosmetic finish, ensure these rods will continue to win over many anglers in Australia for good reason.
Until now it has been difficult to find a good quality rod that is able to handle all estuary applications and handle finesse applications from casting ultra light crankbaits for bream, casting light surface lures for whiting and fishing with heavier sinkers and bait for Jewfish in deeper water but is strong enough to extract bass from heavy cover. The Estuary 6–12lb Atomic Arrowz rod can do it all, in style.
When you first pick the rod up, immediately you can feel the powerful butt end and lower section of the rod, but it’s not until you start fishing with it that you really appreciate the sensitivity and finesse abilities of the tip of the rod. Light lures can be cast so accurately with surprising ease, for a rod that feels (and is) quite powerful when loaded up. This sensitivity is also fantastic for imparting any action on the lure, whether it might be a walk the dog style action with a surface lure or hopping soft plastics off the bottom in deep water.
The beauty of the Atomic Arrowz rods price is that it is either a perfect tournament standard entry rod, or for someone who wants a good quality rod without breaking the budget. For kids stepping up from traditional cheap kids rods, this rod is amazing and they absolutely love using them and even just the idea of owning their own Atomic rod is exciting.
Make sure you try these rods out, because they really are better than the price suggests. You will be surprised by just how good they are.