Xzoga Rods!!

Hi all, I'm David of SeasonsRods the Australian Distributor of Xzoga. Some of you might have heard of Xzoga but I think most of you have not so let me make a short introduction to some of the Xzoga products.

Xzoga's  specialty is in thier Jigging and Popping rods, though they do have extremely good spinning and surf rods I think thier Jigging rods are what will be of interest to most of you, especially for the WA Samsons. Thier blanks are designed with what Xzoga refer to as PTF Action (Power Transmission Fighting Action) with thier 4 point action design. What thier design does is to combine a blank with the correct action to work those jigs with you putting in the minimum amount of effort possible while still has the right action that loads up perfectly for when you are fighting the Monster!.

We have a complete range of rods and blanks from PE1 to PE10 for jigging to suit your needs. I will make an introduction of our products with photo's and some additional details as we go but please feel free to visit our website for more information, www.seasonsrods.com.au or www.xzoga.com. Or if you have and quries please feel free to contact me any time either by message in fishwrecked, email: sales@seasonsrods.com.au or hp: 0433832338.

Just some photo's of GT's caught a few months back on one of Team Xzoga's trip to test their popping rods against the GT's off an oil rig.

The last photo on the right shows the GT caught on the custom PE3 Xzoga 7ft 6in popping rod. The rod might just be a PE3 but the butt of the rod still packs a punchs for you to drag the fish away from the structure. In this case the structure was an oil rig. 

Some were also caught on jigs. The popping rods are built on Xzoga's Taka G blanks which are 99% graphite. 

Xzoga has two different series of blanks that they build thier rods on. One is the TAKA-G and the other is the TAKA-U. Appart from a slight difference in appearence and action the TAKA-G is 99% Graphite while the TAKA-U is 80% graphite + E-Glass construction.


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The 4 point PTF action

Tue, 2008-09-16 11:48

The 4 point PTF action sounds like a bit of marketing speak. Any more details on how it works?

 

For those interested, theres a few videos on yotube where they test these rods out which are quite interesting to watch. Some of the curves or testing methods may not be recommended on your own rod though Wink

 

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I am willing to be a beta

Tue, 2008-09-16 11:57

I am willing to be a beta tester to confirm suitability for the different typs of fishing here in WA.  Let me know where I can collect the samples of each type of rod and braid available.

I will provide suitable reels to match.

 

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Well hlokk the 4 point PTF

Tue, 2008-09-16 12:02

Well hlokk the 4 point PTF action is marketing speak!Smile 

Ok back down to earth now. Basically what Xzoga did was design a multi taper blank with 4 different tapers in the one blank (multi taper blanks are nothing new but the design of xzoga's is a little differet to others, in Xzoga jigging rods it was designed specially for jigging) and it is designed so that it work different parts of the blank in different situations. In different situations I mean jigging and fighting the fish.

Some blanks were designed to work the jigs and some were to designed for fighting the fish and Xzoga has combined the two. Sounds simple rite?? well it is when you have tried it Smile

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Alfred, The Tackle Shack

Tue, 2008-09-16 12:09

Alfred, The Tackle Shack will most probably be handling things over in WA. Samples has been sent to them and should be there within this week. You can contact Brenden of Tackle Shack as he will be the man testing the rods, may be you can arrange a day out with him.

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cant wait to give them a

Wed, 2008-09-17 10:22

cant wait to give them a thrashing dave will be good
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sounds good David, can't

Tue, 2008-09-16 13:53

sounds good David, can't wait to get out and give the rods a go myself, will certainly give it a good go hopefully, the range sounds good too

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Hope you get some nice

Tue, 2008-09-16 14:22

Hope you get some nice sambos so you can put our rods through a real test. Remember to take some pictures for us to enjoy Smile

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Sounds real interesting David

Tue, 2008-09-16 14:23

Any chance of you or one of your reps coming to the Fishwrecked night at the Tackle Shack on Sept 25.
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Colin, Don't think i'll be

Tue, 2008-09-16 14:35

Colin, Don't think i'll be able to make it mate. Planning to be in Townsville next month and was planning to drop into Perth in late Oct or November but since I'll be in Perth for Xzoga's product test against the samsons in early Dec I think i'll have to give the 25th a miss. Will have to meet up with you in Dec.

But be sure to check out the samples while you're there though.

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No worries

Tue, 2008-09-16 14:41

Look forward to seeing the rods and getting Brendan's feedback.
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Hi David

Tue, 2008-09-16 14:50

I have just had a quick look at the surf rods. They look very interesting. I am looking forward to getting a feel of one.
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Hi guys

Tue, 2008-09-16 15:17

Just incase any of you were wondering about the advertising, David and Seasonsrods are new fishwrecked site sponsors.   I would say make him welcome, but it seems you guys already have. Smile

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Colin,Samples of the surf

Tue, 2008-09-16 15:21

Colin,

Samples of the surf rods are not avaiable yet. Currently Xzoga is looking to change the guides of the 10ft and 12ft surf rods to Fuji Hardloys instead of the Alconite due to price increase of the blanks.

I have discussed with them and will probably be looking at korean Sic guides with Fuji reel seats instead, for the Australian market. Will let you know how things work out.

 Here's what i got with the 12ft Xzoga Mastery surf rod last weekend. Enjoy. The rod's great for spinning for Kings off the rocks in summer too.

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Nice fish David

Tue, 2008-09-16 15:41

And a nice looking rod.
I notice that the rod you are using appears to have a pretty high reel seat, similar to the Moonrakers.
1) How do find fishing with a high real seat like that?
2) Are all the surf rods fitted with high reel seats?
3) Where did you cacth the fish? It looks a little like northern NSW.
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Just read Adam's post

Tue, 2008-09-16 15:42

Fantastic to have you aboard as a sponsor David.
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Colin, Well the high reel

Tue, 2008-09-16 16:25

Colin, Well the high reel seat aid in the balance for casting and yes both the 10ft and 12 ft surf rods come with high reel seats.

I like high reel seats for surf rods and long spinning rods as getting some good distance is necessary sometimes but  I must say the xzoga's are designed real well and feels comfortable while casting and fighting (the fish not your fishing buddy although he might want to fight you for the rod...heheh). I guess it's a problem if you're a smaller build or a kid but I myself is just under 5"8' i find that it works well for me. Guess you'll have to have a feel of the rods when they come in to get a better idea.

The fish was caught in Sydney. There are still fish around if you are prepared to look for them Smile

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Thanks David

Tue, 2008-09-16 16:27

Great fish from the Sydney rocks.
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Welcome mate! What sort of

Tue, 2008-09-16 20:33

Welcome mate!

What sort of price range are these rods?

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Dodgy website :p took me 10

Tue, 2008-09-16 23:21

Dodgy website :p took me 10 minutes to figure out how to get into it

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Dean, for the prices you

Wed, 2008-09-17 05:52

Dean, for the prices you will have to check with The Tackle Shack.

Flangies, what was the problem that you had with the website. Please let me know so I can look into it if there is any problems i'll try and sort it out ASAP. Thanks.

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I had no problem with the seasonrods website

Wed, 2008-09-17 08:01

But had to go a roundabout way to get into the Xzoga site.
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no probs here getting into

Wed, 2008-09-17 08:06

no probs here getting into either,

Some nice rods and blanks there too and oh that yellow one is very brightCool

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LOL Matt

Wed, 2008-09-17 09:15

A fisherman would certainly stand out if he using one of those yellow rods.
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Matt, do you think you will have some Xzoga rods

Wed, 2008-09-17 08:19

at the upcoming Tackleshack night?
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with a bit of luck hopefully

Wed, 2008-09-17 08:24

with a bit of luck hopefully we should, from what i heard we might even have them this week, looking forward to seeing them, so fingers crossed we can show them off next thursday night to you all

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Thanks Matt

Wed, 2008-09-17 08:37

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Well the boys from Fastway

Wed, 2008-09-17 08:39

Well the boys from Fastway Courriers picked them up on monday and should be there by the end of the week. Might look into someone else for future deliveries to speed things up a little. Smile

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Any beach rods in that delivery David?

Wed, 2008-09-17 08:44

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Yeah, fastway ought to be

Wed, 2008-09-17 08:50

Yeah, fastway ought to be done for false advertising. I canned my account with them, not worth the misery.

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Sorry colin no beach rods in

Wed, 2008-09-17 09:06

Sorry colin no beach rods in this delivery. Still waiting on Xzoga to get me the pricing on the surf rods with the components that I have asked for specially for our Australian market.

I do have a few availabe that Xzoga is trying out which was built with Fuji Hardloy's but I feel the hoardloy's don't do justice to the blank, kind of like a ferrari with a toyota engine if you know what I mean, they are both good but not the right match. Smile 

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Fair enough David

Wed, 2008-09-17 09:12

Look forward to seeing the final product.
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It just kept repeating that

Wed, 2008-09-17 10:28

It just kept repeating that opening scene where the thing divides and opens up, then i click on the Xzoga thing in the middle then it closes and reopens again and keeps closing when i dont want it to, and opening when my mouse is no where near. Maybe im just retarded, the other boys didnt have a problem with the site so it must just be me 

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Flangies. ok you're

Wed, 2008-09-17 10:35

Flangies. ok you're referring to the www.xzoga.com. I had problems with it before but seems to be ok for me now. Try and use internet explorer if you're not already using it. It works a little funny with netscape for some.

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I am using internet explorer

Wed, 2008-09-17 10:40

I am using internet explorer ^_^  

Works for me now though

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Ugh, ie is the pits, might

Wed, 2008-09-17 10:44

Ugh, ie is the pits, might want to recommend fixing it for mozilla, the exploit-free browser.

Edit: actually it doesnt work in mozilla current or internet exploder 6.

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till, will make a note of

Wed, 2008-09-17 10:45

till, will make a note of that to the xzoga guys. And see what they can do.

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Try doing a search for Xzoga rods on Google

Wed, 2008-09-17 11:00

and come in through the back door Flangies.
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we are looking forward to

Wed, 2008-09-17 11:02

we are looking forward to stocking these rods any questions on this product should be delt with brenz or i .

we are looking forward to hearing from you

cheers doug 

 

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Added a few GT photo's from

Thu, 2008-09-18 14:52

Added a few GT photo's from the boys of Team Xzoga up the top of this page. Do check them out.Smile

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Some massive fish there Dave

Thu, 2008-09-18 14:57

Any positions available on that team. Happy to carry their gear for them (if I can have a fish too).
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Well Colin sorry to say

Thu, 2008-09-18 15:46

Well Colin sorry to say there are no vacant positions available for now but who knows in the near future we might have an Team Xzoga Australia Smile will put your name down in the top of the list.

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Beauty Dave

Thu, 2008-09-18 15:48

Count me in.
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Just posted a clip onto

Fri, 2008-09-19 11:40

Just posted a clip onto youtube. It's actually two different clips put together. What I am trying to do is let you guys have an idea of the action of the TakaSi-PE2 jig stick.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g7MgwHJ9h80

Apologies if you don't understand some of what they are saying because they don't speak english 100% of the time but hopefully the clip will speak for itself.Smile

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Looks like the crystal

Fri, 2008-09-19 17:28

Looks like the crystal coral.

I bet I know which oilrig is too.. Is it "H....."

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Well the clip was taken on

Fri, 2008-09-19 19:10

Well the clip of the Taka Si-PE2 was taken on board the Crystal Coral but not near any oil rigs. 

The Gt's in the photo's on the top of the page where from oil rigs.

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Apologies to you boys and

Fri, 2008-09-19 14:07

Apologies to you boys and girls that expected to have a look at the samples of Xzoga rods at The Tackle Shack over this weekend. Just tracked the delivery with Fastway and i don't think it's gonna be there till early next week.

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Just to let you know David

Mon, 2008-09-22 16:26

Just to let you know David and everyone else, we now have 4 rods here to look at, and test, so they will be available to have a look at on the fishwrecked night this thursday

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Dave, I think the courier company should apply for a change

Fri, 2008-09-19 14:45

of name.
Looking forward to getting a feel of the rods.

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custom Xzoga

Sat, 2008-09-20 15:23

I've had a custom Xzoga Taka U 500 for 6 months.....I run a Ocea Jigger 5000P with the carbontex drag upgrade and PE10.... It has had a good caning on XOS kingies, wreckfish, hapuku and has performed really well..... They are different to rods like the Jigging Master Powerspell and Hots Wei World.....which are shorter and lighter....but more like MC Works(medusa), Carpenter and Vally Hill.....the Xzoga Taka U 500 reminds me alot of the Valley Hill Maori Springs Special that Yoichi Mogi designed.....very nice rod.

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Sean, nice king you have

Sun, 2008-09-21 07:50

Sean, nice king you have there. Smile

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Finally they arrived!!! Well

Mon, 2008-09-22 17:18

Finally they arrived!!! Well have fun testing them boys. Smile

Just a note to you guys. The Taka Si series may feel considerably lighter than the Taka SA series but that is due to the dense eva grips, the blanks them self are only about 10 to 20 grams heavier. If you prefer the SA series you can consider a custom rod with the TAKA G blank.

Also I am currently not stocking the SA series because it cost about 25% more than the Si series when the blanks for them are more or less the same price. 

Any way have a look and feel and if you need any questions answered you know where to find meWink

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they looks very very nice

Mon, 2008-09-22 18:37

they looks very very nice too DavidTongue out i might actually think about building one up of my own from one of the blanks, i realy like the sopper/brown one you sent over, cant remember what model, i think its the PE5 one, very nice indeed

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If my memory serves me

Mon, 2008-09-22 20:01

If my memory serves me correctly the copper one should be the PE6 Si5616. Glad you like it Smile.

You guys gonna be open over the long weekend? or are you gonna be out chasing the sambos with the new rods?

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xzoga

Tue, 2008-09-23 08:19

i will be loading all 4 up this weekend dave cant wait just got in this morning and what an awesum surprise i had waiting for me these rods are hhhhhoooottttttt get in guys and have a geez : guarenteed love at first sight lol
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Really looking forward to having a look at the rods Dave

Tue, 2008-09-23 11:13

Are they all different ratings?
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Colin, Well then you better

Tue, 2008-09-23 13:08

Colin, Well then you better get yourself over to the Tackle Shack before Brenz take them fishing and decide to keep them for himself Tongue out hehehehe .There's PE5,6,8 & 10 there for you guys to have a look at for now.

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Lol Dave

Tue, 2008-09-23 13:09

I hear Brendan has taken a real liking to them.
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Today

Tue, 2008-09-23 15:26

Had a look at them today Colin. They look very nice and load up well.

Should be a popular choice for those looking for some new rods.

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Sounds good Tim More tempations to spend money

Tue, 2008-09-23 16:19

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