Bulldawg rods are made from the finest rodbuilding materials currently available. All rods are constructed from Japanese Toray graphite fiber. Toray fiber is a unidirectional nano-fiber that has an extremely high strength to weight ratio. That means we can build an ultra powerful rod which is still extremely light.

Carbon prepreg is expensive stuff. A 50m roll can cost thousands of dollars, and we consume kilometers of it each month. The resin, a modified epoxy system, does not cure at room temperature, but needs heat to make it solidify. This means the prepreg will not cure at room temperature and can be refrigerated to keep for very long periods.

By itself, carbon fiber is a black floss-like material that is very vulnerable to abrasion and damage. Only by combining it with a resin system do we get a composite that is useful as an engineering material. So when we talk loosely about carbon fiber fishing rods we normally mean carbon fiber and epoxy composite. These bass rods feature the patented Microweave Guide System from American Trade.