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In the 2019 season, we have refined and added various models to the Aquila series, which have already been popular for the boat casting game. The MLT series have a combination of a flexible tip section and a stiff butt section to go after massive fish with light line.

The Aquila MLT series were developed for situations where your targets are feeding on super small baitfish (white bait) and require anglers to utilize lighter tackle or for situations where the fish are highly sensitive towards fishing vessels and require anglers to cast long distances. You can say that we had to fuse together contradicting features of casting and controlling light lures while possessing the power for large species and maintaining the initiative of massive fish during the fight. It is a new generation of rods designed to catch large species with light tackle, requiring anglers to maximize the strength of the line. This line-up of rods compliments the compilation of models produced for our off-shore series.
*The 2/4 notation on the rod means the tip section is a PE2 class while the butt section is PE4 max. (3/6 means the tip is a PE3 class while the butt is a PE6 class)

Aquila MLT 82-2/4

The MLT82-2/4 has a tip section of a PE2 class, enabling anglers to accurately cast and control small ~ super small lures. It is an ideal model to overcome the challenging game where the white-bait are on the targets main menu. With its outstanding casting ability and controllability of the small lures, anglers will be able to reach great distances when casting and won’t spook the fish from the presence of the boat. Although the tip section is light, the PE4 class butt section will enable anglers to maintain the initiative during the fight and lift the fish efficiently. Its versatility will allow anglers to target and land various species from the blue-runners, bonitos, dorados, and tuna. We hope this rod will assist those anglers who have been itching to cast smaller lures, farther, wider and with lighter line to catch your dream fish.

Aquila MLT 82-3/6

This is a model with increased power to PE6 class compared to the MLT82-2/4, but for use with small lures and light line. The tip section has the flexibility of a PE3 while the butt section possessing the power of a PE6. When comparing to the ordinary PE6 class rod, anglers will be able to swing through with less effort while increasing the accuracy and casting distance. The blank will bend over nicely once loaded yet possessing the underlying power to stop the monstrous fish. During the testing of this model, we were able to catch a 47kg yellowfin tuna in less than 10 minutes with a PE4 line. With the contradicting features of power (for lifting the fish) and flexibility (for casting and controlling smaller lures), you could say that this rod is at the pinnacle of Ripple Fishers’ rod making technology.

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