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Sale Daiwa Saltist Boat Conventional Rod


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20-40 lbs.


  • Sale price: $74.99

  • Reg. price: $99.99

  • SKU: 1653176

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Excelling against tough marine environments and hard-fighting saltwater game fish are all in a day’s work for these well-built Daiwa® Saltist® rods. The entire series is marked by custom-grade construction, quality componentry, and handsome aesthetics. Select from a wide range of classic styles, from high-powered boat rods to touch-focused spinning rods. Featuring rugged graphite/E?Çæglass composite blanks and precise tip actions, these conventional boat rods have triangular Powerlift™ grips, Fuji® Hardloy® guides, and Fuji reel seats.

  • Powerful Graphite Composite Construction combines the resilience of E-glass with the lifting power of high-strength graphite
  • Fuji® Reel Seat
  • Fuji® Hardloy® guides
  • High-density EVA foam grip butt (STW model rods)
  • Quick Grip&trade butt (STE model rods)
  • Five-Year Warranty
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Daiwa® Saltist® Boat Conventional Rods 4 5 4 4
great stick Quality and price outstanding. Can't wait for first hookup March 15, 2011
Nice bargain I have three of these rods and I am impressed with them. (That is the reason I have three.) These rods have a good backbone and will not tire you out fishing with it all day. It is made from high quality components and the rods have not shown any wear after several months of use. I have been happy with how these have performed and look forward to using them for several more seasons. The only reason I did not give them a 5 star rating is because they are a little on the heavy side compared to a couple of other rods I use. The other rods are $250 each and these are less than $90 though. They are a bargain at this price. August 22, 2010
Great Rod The 30-50 lbs. rod is fantastic. It has a soft enough tip to catch king mackerel with but also has enough backbone to catch tiger sharks with. The only down side to this rod is that the gimbal is plastic. August 13, 2010
Good, sturdy saltwater rod Used this rod 3 or 4 times now and I would have to say this is a good all purpose heavy inshore to light offshore rod. For under $100 a very good rod. Daiwa makes some very nice products now, I own quite a few of them. Reels and rods, they've never given me any problems except for mantainance type things, but that is to be expected with saltwater fishing. So far a very good purchase, I am very pleased! June 2, 2010
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Try the saltist rod or you can go with my suggestion and go with the Travela by Shimano, depends on what your fishing for. Good Luck
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