VEGA catalogues

Vega 2016 catalogue


■ Spinning rod


«The Akada Sentinel 
never fails a setting!»

  Akada Sentinel  

It’s Micael Gonçalves, a devout spinning fan who has been taking to the limits, who says so. «It’s an amazing rod!», he adds. Looking at the pictures, it’s no surprise


«I’ve been testing the new Akada Sentinel 270 and it’s a wonderful rod… I got some catches and it’s just brutal! The Akada can’t get enough. It's just staggering, I never fail a hook setting with it».



The Sentinel is made in high quality, industry standard materials, like the Fuji Alconite line guides and the ultrahigh modulus carbon of its blank, chief responsible for the amazing lightness of the two models available: an impressive 5.4 oz (155 g) for the longest one (10 ft) and 5.1 oz for the shortest (9 ft).


In spite of that, the 15-50 g CW, its tremendous brawn and its longevity turn the Sentinel into a must-have for all serious spinning fans. ■



Structure: Fit-in segments • Sections: 2 • Blank: Ultra high modulus carbon • Lenght: 300 or 270 cm • Weight: 155 ou 145 g • CW: 15-50 g • Line guides: Fuji Alconite (1+8) • Reelseat: Tubular • PVPR: From 216 €. ■

Akada Sentinel
  Protek 4   Hybrid 4   Oceana 4  

Innovation landmark


Technology's triumph


20 kg drag power!

  Protek   Hybrid 4   Oceana 4  

Fresh for 2016

Available in shops everywhere

Note: Click images to enlarge





6345-450 Imperium

  6345-450 Imperium  

The blank, produced in high modulus nanocarbon from Mitsubishi, is the main talking point of this very interesting rod. Thinner, lighter and more comfortable than usual, it shows a remarkable throwing capacity (up to 300 g), as well as a high rigidity in its first two sections, balanced by a rather progressive behavior of the powerful tubular tip section. Ad the Fuji components and details like the ergonomical handle and you can see why the Imperium is among surf casting’s top current references.




Hurricane 75

  Hurricane 75  

Vega’s new top of the line for surf casting includes a much slower oscillation of the reel, due to a high precision worm shaft. This makes for a very regular line deposit in reel-ins, which will reflect in longer casts. The casting ability of the reel can also be seen in the reel’s conic shape, also meant to help in longer casts. The titanium axis, the ten Japanese-made ball bearings and the sealed drag are other talking points in a real fishing machine that will never leave your preferences.



Surf Tech

  Surf Tech  
  Nylons have come a long way in the last few years and the Potenza Surf Tech is a great example. Entirely manufactured in Japan with high-end materials, it proves soft and flexible right from the start, showing a high sensitivity to fish bites, which makes for easier hook settings, and a high resistance. It’s available in 300 m spools (0.30, 0.35 and 0.40 mm diameters) or 1000 m spools (0.16, 0.18, 0.20, 0.22 and 0.25 mm diameters).



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