The rod models used for this Shimano Teramar and Tallus comparison are the medium heavy models TERHIC13MH and ULC13MH.
The Teramar overall is thinner with a 50 to 60lb line rating, and a 6 to 10oz lure rating. Rod weight is 36.5oz.
The Tallus shares the same line rating with a 7 to 10oz lure rating. Rod weight is 37.6oz.
Both rods are even split 2 sections.
The Teramar has a size 24 Fuji reel seat with a back stop lock nut and it sits 36in from the end of the butt cap.
The Tallus has a size 28 Fuji real seat and it also sits 36in from the end of the butt cap.
Both reel seats accommodate the Penn Senator 4/0 Wide (113H2LW). Larger Penn reels have a larger foot than other similar sized reels from different brands.
The Teramar has 7 American Tackle Virtus guides. 316 Stainless steel with ceramic ring insert. The first 2 guides and tip have a larger internal diameter vs the Tallus.
The Tallus has 7 stainless steel hilo style guides.
The guides are in the same positions on both rods.
The Teramar has a 12in stainless steel butt cap with a 25mm outside diameter.
The Tallus has a 12in stainless steel butt cap with a 32mm outside diameter.
Both rods will fit all the rod holders we offer without coming into contact with the rod blank.