The Deep Blue range was tested and triumphed, over a period of two years, to meet the exacting demands of UK boat anglers looking for perfection. When we upgraded the Deep Blue Titanium in 2015, fans were delighted. We retained the same blanks and sensitive tips that allow you to feel every bite, but elsewhere we improved on perfection.
These innovative new guides are made from 100% Titanium for light weight and strength, so will simply never corrode, no matter how much abuse they are given. They also feature a ‘Ring-Lock’ system, whereby the Zirconium ring liners are locked in place and can never be knocked out.
Finished in lustrous deep blue with subtle cross-whippings and decals plus the Fuji lightweight graphite reel seats and ALPS Titanium guides throughout, the Deep Blue Titanium range simply oozes class. Unlike most boat rods on the market, all rods of the Deep Blue range are accurately rated to IGFA line classes, so if we say it’s a 12lb class, it is. At 7ft 7in they offer the ideal length for the serious boat angler and include a model to suit all fishing situations.
10201 Deep Blue ‘Titanium’ 8lb class
An ultra-sensitive inshore rod, ideal for bass, plaice, brill etc. Teamed up with the smallest Accurate or Deep Blue reel, this is undoubtedly the best lightweight outfit available.
7ft 7in IGFA 8lb (4kg) class with Butt Cap
10202 Deep Blue ‘Titanium’ 12lb class
The 12lb is the perfect choice for the inshore angler fishing reefs and inshore drop-offs but with enough grunt for reef pollack etc.
7ft 7in IGFA 12lb (6kg) Class with Butt Cap
Sensitive enough to fish inshore for bass etc, but with enough reserves of power to tame the hardest fighting wreck pollack.
7ft 7in IGFA 20lb (10kg) Class with Gimbal
10204 Deep Blue ‘Titanium’ 30lb class
For the serious boat angler who predominantly fishes wrecks. It is a very powerful rod with lots of 'beef' and the only rod we use for our blue shark trips. More than enough power to haul monster Conger and Ling out of deep-water wrecks.
7ft 7in IGFA 30lb (15kg) Class with Gimbal