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Event Article: 2006 Fred Hall Show - San Francisco


The New Year brings new and exciting events and tackle to the 2006 Fred Hall San Francisco Show  (continued)
 

Shimano: As we all know Shimano redesigned the Curado for 2006. Though the Curado Ds are heavier than their predecessors, they are more solid than ever. We were able to analyze both the right and left handed models of the 100 and 200 size, and appreciated the further refined ergonomics. The 2006 reels are absolutely solid and use top grade components, but we wish they featured the Shimano ARB bearings.

 

Shimano's new Curado D's in left and right-handed retrieve

 

These reels are solid and a step up from last year's model

 

 The Butterfly Jigs are amazingly attractive

 

Shimano's Don Isaac shows us the Torsa, Trevala Rod, and Butterfly Jigs

 

At ICAST, we saw the Torsa and Butterfly jigs that are now widely available. These items were a big hit and we had to fight our way in to get a closer look. These jigs are designed differently than the irons weve grown accustomed to using and have extremely wild and unique reflective patterns.

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