Daiwa® Sealine® Surf Spinning Rod
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Quality, durability, affordability—that's what Sealine is all about with the lightweight, yet exceptionally tough, graphite surf rods. Available in a wide range of lengths and actions, Sealine Surf Rods offer a high level of performance at a price that will suit any angler’s budget. They feature graphite composite two-piece blanks, aluminum oxide guides, graphite reel seats, and EVA foam grips.
- Graphite composite blank—lightweight yet strong
- Aluminum oxide guides
- Graphite reel seat
- EVA foam grip
|M = Medium|
|MH = Medium Heavy|
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Rated 5 out of 5 by hopefulhi Great rod
Great quality for the price. i have two 9' and two 12'.
May 22, 2012
Rated 3 out of 5
by capecodBIGFISH tough rod
I bought this rod last year and fished stripers and blues all over cape cod with it. I have a penn battle 6000 on it, and it was a sturdy setup. your not going to throw anything across the cape cod canal with it , but for the money its a good stick.I used it at least 5 nights a week and caught countless good fish. if you dont want to spend the big bucks itll get you by. your not going to be able to throw under two ounces and feel good about yourself is the reason i gave it three stars. too beefy.
February 11, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by bradthefisherman Daiwa Surf Rod
This is a sturdy rod. I combined it with an Okuma Avenger Baitfeeder 90 and it casts good and looks good. I have yet to land a monster fish with it, but I look forward to and believe this rod will do just fine. The 9 ft. length is a good length for me for distance casting, and does the job with large 6 oz. sinkers and cut bait well. Daiwa makes good stuff and the brand has been around for a long time. I'm sure this rod will last me several years. I would give it five stars but I haven't landed the biggun yet, when I do if it handles well, I will edit this review.
August 4, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Augy1 Long Caster
I fish on a river from the shore and need to cast out there pretty far to hit the deeper water so I combined the Daiwa Sport 4500 size spinning reel with this 12' Sealine Rod, 10 lb. Trilene mono line, and can consistently cast 3-5 oz. sinkers 120+ yards (measured) with this combo.
December 8, 2010
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