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Daiwa® Beefstick® Surf Spinning Rods

   

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8'

Medium

Line Weight:
12-30 lbs.

Lure Weight:
1/2 - 4 oz.

Pieces:
2

Model:
BFSF802MRS
  • $29.99

  • SKU: 1646779

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10'

Medium Heavy

Line Weight:
14-40 lbs.

Lure Weight:
1 - 6 oz.

Pieces:
2

Model:
BFSF1002MHRS
  • $34.99

  • SKU: 1646780

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11'

Medium Heavy

Line Weight:
17-40 lbs.

Lure Weight:
1 - 6 oz.

Pieces:
2

Model:
BFSF1102MHRS
  • $37.99

  • SKU: 1646781

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12'

Medium Heavy

Line Weight:
17-40 lbs.

Lure Weight:
1 - 6 oz.

Pieces:
2

Model:
BFSF1202MHRS
  • $39.99

  • SKU: 1646782

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    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
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. Click here for detailed information on the manufacturer warranty.
Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 34 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great value for the money I purchased this rod for fishing on L.I. South Shore. My first day out with it I hooked up with a schoolie striped bass. The rod has a great feel to it. My father in law saw the rod and had me purchase another one for him. I am very happy with my purchase. October 21, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Good Rod for Price Rods break a lot. So I don't spend a lot of money on the very expensive ones. This rod costs under 30 dollars and is a solid rod. October 21, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Rod! This Rod is Tough,Very Happy with this purchase,Came well packaged from Bass Pro Shop. August 5, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by I'm Shocked! Great Value!!! I wasn't expecting all that much for the price, even though I appreciate Daiwa products. I purchased the 8' medium model for bait fishing large fish on the Willamette River. I thought it may be too stiff or too heavy, but I was pleasantly surprised: First thing I noticed was the quality of the craftmanship and the flawless finish! It had the look of a much more expensive rod. Second I realised how light it is! I mean, this has a long thick handle and large diameter blank, but is surprisingly light, and tapers down to a strong, meaningful tip. "Beefstick" is right! I put an old Penn spinning reel on it that I was planning to use it with and ran down to the river. The rod handled so well that I took the old Penn off and put my new Daiwa Legalis 3500SH on it instead, and it's a great combo (I may buy the Legalis 4000SH for the rod, and find another rod for the 3500, depending on how it works on the first large fish). If you are considering this rod, I would recommend that you just go ahead and buy it. It is truly an unbelievable product for the price. Wet Lines!!! August 2, 2013
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Yes.
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i need a cheap rod and i between these two but if not i have a $40 budget and looking for recemendations
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They seem to be fairly equivalent. Whichever one you get a better buy on.
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THE DAIWA BEEFSTICK IS A MONSTER. LOVE THE EYES ON THAT ROD. I ALSO HAVE A OFFSHORE ANGLE 15 FT. WOULD GO WITH THE BEEFSTICK. JUST A LITTLE BETTER ROD. BOTH ARE GOOD THO.
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Purchase the Daiwa Beefstick.
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I have a slammer 560 and I'm looking for a cheaper rod to use and this 8' version looked great
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I think it would be a good match. The rod is durable and well made.
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Yes. If you are really looking to cast huge distances you might look into a big traditional surf casting rod. But this is good mainstay middle size rod compatible with the 560.
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can i use a bait caster on this rod because i want to use this for surf fishing in the gulf.
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This rod is made for a spinning reel, not a bait casting reel.
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I wouldn't it's a spinning rod, the rod spin is curved slightly and it will make it difficult to cast with conventional reels
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how much does it weigh?

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I don't know the weight but i can tell you it is a heavier rod.
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My Daiwa Beefstick 12' Spinning weighs in at 21.3 oz.

To contrast graphite vs. fiberglass:

Daiwa Emcast conventional 11' - 15.4 oz
Tsunami Trophy 10' spinning - 14.3 oz
Tsunami Airwave 9' spinning -10.8 oz
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How many guides, not counting tip, do the 11' and 12' rods have?
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12' has 5 + the tip
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I don't have the rod here to count, but my recollection is 8 + the tip on the 12' rod.
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No. It has a rubber cap on the bottom
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The rod has a solid round rubber butt connected to the lower hand-grip, and is stationary, does not rotate.
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I am looking to pair this rod with a Penn Fierce for weekend surf trips. Ideally, I would like a rod around 9' but the longer the better for casting from shore.
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the conventional surf rod is 11'. the spinning rods I ahve are 8, 10 and 11 footers. they work great with my penn fierce, 500 & 800.
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The 10' rod casted extremely well from the pier, and would do well casting from the surf, but if you purchase one, get the 11 or 12 ' rod to cast even further.
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It should work well. I was casting off using a Penn 500 JigMaster.
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Can't answer your question 100% but there is a reason casting rods have a smaller first guide. Maybe you should look at the beefstick casting rods if you are trying to find a rod for a reel you already have. Hope this helps!
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Man if your throwing light weights, then MAYBE she would work for you, but I would be terrified if I hooked into the monster I was fishing for with this stick
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It is suitable for any medium heavy action spinning reel.
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you could but it would cause a lot more backlashes because the guides on a spinning reel are further from the rod. buy the casting version of this rod
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22-1/2 inches.
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25 inches
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the 12 foot Beefstick measures 32 inches from butt to reel seat center when set up with a Penn Sargus 6000.
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