Halo hit the market with one line of rods early this year and shortly after that, Randall Tharp went on to win the FLW Tour on Okeechobee using the Halo Twilite Series Flipping Stick. Since then they've been working on bringing all their lines to market and we got to see the new stuff last week at ICAST.
The first new line in their rods is the Daylite Series. These are affordable rods at $79.99 with a lot of the high-end rod features on a nice blank. The rods just come in three casting and three spinning actions right now with more planned. But you can pick up some good all purpose rods at a low price in this series.
They also released a new Crankin Series with three actions in the $129 price range from 6-foot, 11-inches to 7-foot, 10-inch lengths in medium-heavy actions on a composite glass/graphite rod.
They also released their line of reels with three spinning models and two casting models. The Solar is a $69 reel with 9 ball bearings. The Eclipse is an $89 reel with 11 ball bearings and the Luna is their high end model with 11 ball bearings and fresh or saltwater applications for $169-$189 depending on model size.
They also showed off their new terminal tackle with their Cobra hooks, Bobber Stoppers and Blackheads -- screw in bullet weights for flipping and fishing grass lakes.
We'll be testing a lot of this tackle and reviewing it on Wired2Fish.com, so stay tuned for more about these products from Halo Fishing.