New Quantum Smoke Inshore rods

 QUANTUM has followed the success of its Smoke Inshore spin and baitcast reels with a range of impressive multi-modulus graphite rods designed specifically for Australia’s most popular sportfishing techniques.

The Quantum Smoke Inshore rod range reflects the Quantum hallmarks of technology, quality and fishing performance and offers rods ideal for bream, flathead, whiting, snapper, barramundi and many other estuary, inshore and freshwater species.

There is even a versatile three-piece travel baitcast rod for the adventurous barra angler. Each multi-modulus Smoke Inshore rod blank has been engineered to deliver a remarkable combination of light feel in the hand, distance in the cast and power in the fight.

All models are fitted with a Fuji reel seat and guides as well as camo EVA grips. Highlights from the range include the Smoke Inshore 611SP 4-10lb, 6’10” rod with an intermediate-modulus graphite blank and exquisite tip for casting light bream and whiting lures while retaining surprising power in the butt should a jewie or big flathead snatch your lure.

The 701SPL 7’, 4-8lb rod is lighter still for when your smallest lures need long casting distance to reach spooky fish. It is an excellent choice for when ultra-sensitivity is critical. Snapper on soft plastics moves to a new level with the 701SPM 7’, 10-17lb rod.

This remarkable multi-modulus graphite blank offers the ultimate combination of casting distance, strike sensitivity and fighting power in the butt. If your local snapper grow really big or you’re casting up north for coral trout and other reef brutes, the 12-20lb 701SPH packs even more punch.

Barramundi and Murray cod fanatics will enjoy the 621BC 6’2”, 10-17lb multi-modulus baitcast rod designed for casting bigger lures and pulling large fish out of heavy structure.

For anglers who need a rod with extra versatility, the 701SPLM 6-12lb covers a lot of bases, from casting plastics in estuaries for flathead, bream, jacks, threadies and barra to inshore luring for tailor, Australian salmon and snapper as well as sporting fun with rat kingfish in the south or school mackerel up north.

The new Quantum Smoke Inshore rods make a great match for the many Smoke Inshore, Smoke PTiA and Smoke Speed Freak reels. Visit for more information.

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