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A Guide ring is one of the most important parts of a fishing rod. It protects the line connecting you to fish and is a major component of your rod’s performance, making it vital that you choose the right material.
There have been many guide ring materials used in rod guides over the years, beginning with wire, agate, glass, tungsten, carbide and hard chrome. Then we started to see fine ceramics with higher heat conductivity and more durability.
During the long history of guides, Fuji has stressed quality in design and manufacturing, paving the way for new and better ways to use guides and enhance your rod’s performance. This commitment to innovation has been a constant throughout the company’s history and today, their innovations have become an integral part of the rod building process, enhancing a rods performance to a level unimaginable just a few years ago.
The Gold Standard in SiC rings:
For over 20 years, Fuji’s best heat dissipating ring material, Silicon Carbide (SiC), has been the “gold standard” in Fuji’s guide ring lineup. SiC is diamond polished to a much higher degree than any other material, which reduces heat and line abrasion.
This material is so durable that a single guide can last for over 1000 hours without wearing out or failing, even with heavy use. This makes it a perfect choice for rods that are stacked or that will be exposed to saltwater environments.
The HB Series is a new series of high-duty boat rod guides for 20 to 30lb class rods that are engineered with an arc-shaped stainless steel frame that increases the overall strength, hardness and corrosion resistance. The angled design also adds rod flexibility and less line tangling.