Daiwa® Beefstick® BT Boat Spinning Rods
Haul back and put as much pressure on that fish as you need to—this rod is built to take the abuse! Whether you’re using braid or mono, you’ll like the awesome power and durability engineered into every model. Each is built around a solid one-piece fiberglass blank topped with cut-proof aluminum oxide guides. Stainless hooded reel seat; multi-coat epoxy finish.
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|ML = Medium Light|
|M = Medium|
|MH = Medium Heavy|
Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 5 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by JONEZY74 HEAVY ROD I GOT THE SEVEN FOOT ROD. IT IS A MONSTER, THE TIP IS AS THICK AS THE BASE OF A STANDARD ROD.GREAT FOR CATFISHING OFF A BOAT. October 16, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Badtwin Great value I wanted an economical rod for my once a year trip saltwater fishing. I purchased the ML Beefstick . I party boat fish and this rod is perfect. It is short and rugged. I like it just as much as my Sea Lion rods. Reminds me of a Uglystick but I like it better than the Uglystick. August 19, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by Texfishes inexpensive boat/spinning rod good quality for the money, cool looking Selection was good May 22, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by GmCaKe050910 very reliable rod I bought one of theese rods to take out on a tuna trip this october. I used it for mahi mahi and was very pleased with the way it handled. The rod had a good backbone to put a stop to the mahi and anyone who has caught them before knows they didnt get the name mahi mahi " strong strong" for nothing. I boated a few 25-30lb mahi that day i will definitely be buying more of theese rods really soon November 26, 2010
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It's rigid to the tip, though
A:absolutely i have the 7" rod with a tica abyss 8007r reel on it and trust me it aint a little reel. I use 65 lb braid on the reel and with that rod i ahvent met a fish i cant reel in
A:absolutely , Ive got a couple of mh spinning rods with daiwa DF100s and a couple conv heavys with penn 309s,all strung with 100# spiderwire yellow , i use them for big flathead fishing on the mississippi river and i love em ,they will hold anything you can get to put on em,they have alota back bone so if your looking to go for smaller channels, you might want to go with the ML or M for more sensitivity. good luck and good fishing....
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