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Daiwa Saltist AGS II Seabass Edition 962 HXH FS (Length: 2.90mt, C.W: 14-56gr)
Daiwa Saltist AGS II Seabass Edition 962 HXH FS (Length: 2.90mt, C.W: 14-56gr)
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Daiwa Saltist AGS II Seabass Edition

The Saltist AGS II Seabass Edition marks a turning point in rod technology. The regular-fast action, which has been slightly dampened through the last third, is custom-built for all lure bass work. The SVF Nanoplus carbon optimises the weight and action of the rod. The Micro Pitch unvarnished finish heightens the sensitivity and resonance of the rod. The crowning feature is the fitting of AGS rings, which bring sensitivity to new levels. This is a beastly cocktail of technologies making for the very best rods in the lure world! .

702 H model

A progressive tip action allows you to take control when fighting quality fish under the boat. This builds on the wide experience of its predecessor, the former Saltist SeaBass I, which was used and approved by hundreds of anglers at the Beneteau Barracuda Tour, where Daiwa was the official partner. It’s a real all-terrain rod, adaptable to cast-and-retrieve and vertical styles. In a tightly contested market of 7’ rods, this model comes out on top on account of its unparalleled resonance.


732 MH model

The sensitive action and the “spring” in the butt offer the perfect compromise between sensitivity and big predator taming. Excellent for a small 10-12cm shad with a 21 to 28g loaded head in 12 to 18m of depth – also known as a recipe for big sea bass!

802 H model

A distinctive tip action but more forgiving than its predecessor. This rod is able to take on huge cod and haddock as well as cast lures over 30g for bonito. The length allows high freeboards to be negotiated with ease.

762HXH model

A rod custom-built for punching shads out at range in difficult conditions of high winds or currents. This rod will take punchy casts of 12cm shads fitted with 42g loaded heads for a total weight of 55g. The length and power will also allow you to use traction styles. With its soft, progressive tip, this rod is tailor-made for “elevator” techniques over deep wrecks for big bass and pollack.

962 HXH model

This rod is ideal for casting heavy lures from the shore: plugs up to 13 cm, minnow jigs into the waves and even casting jigs. 902 H model

The incredible bend in the tip and the ultrafast blank are the features of this rod that will allow you to cast 14 to 42g lures to record distances. The build quality of the HVF carbon and the 9 AGS carbon guides offer breathtaking comfort and balance for a rod of this length. Once you’ve held it, you know it has to be yours!

-1002 HXH and 1062 XH models

Here are two models for shore purists! With 3m and 3.2 of length respectively, they will punch out plugs and casting jigs from 14 to 84g. The slightest knock will be instantly transmitted to your arm thanks to the remarkable sensitivity of these rods. The power in the blank allows you to exploit the lever arm to bring quality bass, bonito and mackerel tuna to shore.



  • SVF (Super-high Volume Fibre) Nanoplus carbon blank wrapped using x45 technology
  • V-Joint
  • Daiwa exclusive AGS carbon guides. Under the first guide is a reinforcing layer of carbon which guarantees the base of the guide won't compromise the blank under extreme pressure. Fuji Alconite tip guide.
  • Reel seat: FUJI VSS-KN with customised metal ring in emerald green
  • Regular-fast tip action
  • High density EVA butt cap



AGS technology has been developed by Daiwa to produce rod guides with an exclusive and unique structure. AGS frames are made of an extremely resonant specialist carbon which is unbeatable in terms of sensation.

Carbon gives rod blanks their stiffness and lightness – so what better link between the rod and the line than carbon itself? AGS carbon guides are the lightest in the world. Just as a rod’s blank has a fast action, the rigidity of the AGS frame offers extraordinary sensitivity, relaying vibrations on the line directly to your hand. Reading the bottom and bites with AGS technology simply has to be tried to be understood!




This manufacturing process involves layering spiral carbon fibres (90°), unidirectional fibres (0°) over three layers and two layers of carbon as helicoidal opposites (45°). These two crossed layers give the name Bias Cross Wrap.

 The wrapping of X45 guarantees true elasticity: a return to the original shape of the blank irrespective of the angle of load.




Daiwa uses Toray nanotechnology and optimises it with our own fabrication processes to fine tune our resins down to the nanometre!

Nano-binding of resins optimises the adhering process of Daiwa’s best carbons to create ultra-high density blanks that are lighter, stronger and more sensitive.



A reduction in resin and tight packing of the fibres combine to make a lighter, faster, more sensitive blank.





The V-Joint is made from Bias carbon wrapped at45°, improving the curve and action of the rod under compression on the cast and the fight.
The V-Joint’s Bias carbon has a perfect shape memory – returning to its original position as soon as the force exerted on the blank is lifted.




Micro Pitch:

A micropigment finish is hot sprayed during the wrapping of carbon sheets. This removes the need for varnish, offering less weight and more sensitivity




The FUJI logo is linked to a Daiwa rod featuring at least one FUJI element, whether it’s a reel seat or guide. 

FUJI KOGYO CO., LTD was founded on 20 January 1945 in Japan and is the world’s leading rod component manufacturer. Daiwa and Fuji have been collaborating as Japanese manufacturers for decades. FUJI has the technical engineering know-how to respond to the increasingly high demands of anglers for improvements in their tackle. In this respect the company is on the same wavelength as Daiwa in terms of putting innovation at the service of the angler. 

This is the story behind the FUJI guides, reel seats, rings and other components that you’ll find on numerous Daiwa rod ranges around the world.



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This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 29 May, 2019.