Daiwa® Beefstick® Surf Casting Rod

   

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12'

Heavy

Line Weight:
20-40 lbs.

Lure Weight:
2 - 8 oz.

Pieces:
2

Model:
BFSF1202HRB
  • $39.99

  • SKU: 1646783

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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 two-piece fiberglass blank topped with heavy-framed, cut-proof ceramic guides. Stainless hooded reel seat; non-slip EVA grip .

    Features:
  • Super-strong tubular fiberglass blank
  • Quality, stainless-hooded composite reel seat
  • Heavy-framed, cut-proof ceramic guides
  • Non-slip EVA grip
  • Rubber butt cap
Power:
H = Heavy
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Daiwa® Beefstick® Surf Casting Rod 4.4 5 14 14
simply amazing i bought this rod as a replacment for an older one that i had and had broke. I didn't have a very big budget to work off of so i ordered it online i have to admit that i was a little sketchy at first with the price but needed one asap. I have very surprised when I got it and used it for the first time. The first time I took it out pulled in 6 cats that were all over 30lbs a peice and it preformed flawlessly. I have it paired with the bass pro shops snaggin special with 50lb mono on it and I know that with the size of the handle it seems a little intimidating as far as casting but with a 3 to 4 ounce sinker it will cast for a mile it seems like i know cause i bounced one off a boat out in the lake I was fishing and the guy on it was a little surprised as well as myself but all in all this is an amazing rod for the price and is comparable to any rod it the 100 dollar class and up June 7, 2013
Good for price Very good item for the price..... If you need a good surf fishing rod and your budget is low....this one is right for you!!!! I love it. Good quality and for that price what more you could ask for!!!!!! May 28, 2013
Daiwa Beefstick Alright I have read some of the reviews, and I will admit at the very first I was not really super crazy about the look and design of this rod. It looks chunky and and heavy and unbalanced and honestly a little difficult to use being that the handle is nearly nearly 4 feet in length. But with the right weight set up and reel it will make a bait sail without issue. And I know for a fact that though it wasn't designed to do so it will handle what I am told was a 130 to 150 class tarpon, I would have been able to know for sure if the guy who had the gaff would have come down the pier to me when I was yelling "tarpon" but after 5 minutes or so of it laying on its side the line finally gave out. But this is a good rod for the price and can handle fish way outside its weight class. would buy another one without hesitation. January 8, 2013
GREAT ROD LARGE FISH THIS ROD IT GREAT FOR CATFISHING. GIVES YOU THE UPPER EDGE. PAIRED IT WITH THE BPS TROLLING SPECIAL LEVELWIND REEL. GREAT CAT COMBO. PULLED IN 2 CATS SO FAR ONE OVER 30 AND THE OTHER OVER 20 WITH NO PROBLEMS. August 31, 2012
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12" daiwa beef stick
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The Daiwa® Beefstick® Surf Casting Rod in the 12 foot length has 6 guides
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Can this rod handle braid?

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Yes. It can handle braid or mono.
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Yes I used 30 pound braid Power Pro and caught over 100 seabass
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How stiff is this rod?

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Is the tip of the rod easily bent while you are fighting a fish?
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Heavy 7'
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At long range It doesnt bend too much, i never let the one i have go straight vertical when dealing with large fish because a 12ft rod is inevitably by design going to have a much greater chance of breaking within the latter 4 to 5 feet, but fish within the 20 to 40 pound range I would Imagine it could handle with ease.
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This rod is very stiff. It is a heavy action rod.
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No spinning reel only
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I have a bass proshop snaggin special on this reel right now and it is just like most to all conventional reels out there today as long as you know what you are doing when casting and how to set the freespool tensioner it will work just fine
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What reel would be good with this rod for surf fishing for striped bass? please answer thanks.
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Penn Battle 4000
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I'm using a Penn 155 (which is pretty much an antique that I've maintained for over 50 years). The rod reminds me (in size and stiffness) of the 12' calcutta cane pole I had the reel on when I was 10 years old.
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i got a penn 209 on mine. works and casts great
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A suggestion would be the Abu Garcia
Inshore reel model 7000, Penn 209 or
Penn 340
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How long is the rod?

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7'
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12ft only in the surf models. They have some boat models in the 7ish range
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12ft
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I was looking up the same question. I have a 2011 saltwater catalog, on pg 99 there is a rod item # 65-156-868-00. It lists the length as 12 ft. The model # is BFSF1202HRB. Didn't see a model # on the web sight, so that is my best guess.
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ive read about this reel and it sounds amazing! i cant find any other rods that have this good of a price and quality! This is a casting rod but could you put a spinning reel on this?
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Yes 4000 series
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You could but it would effect the performance, buy a 12ft spinning model
http://www.basspro.com/Daiwa-Beefstick-Surf-Spinning-Rods/product/10204560/
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I started out using a spinning reel on the 10' rod but had problems with the reel, so I changed it with a conventional Penn 500 JigMaster reel and it worked fine.
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Not really, but they do make a spinning version for the same price.
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Can I put my Penn 114HLW on this rod?
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That should fine. I have a similar conventional (Penn 500 JigMaster) on it now.
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i do not reccomend a reel that large for this application
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Look at the on line picture on Bass Pro maybe like a split foam but not slippery
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Solid
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foam the whole way around
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My eight footer is solid.
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