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Sale Offshore Angler Gold Cup Inshore Spinning Rods

   

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7'

Medium

Line Weight:
10-17 lbs.

Lure Weight:
3/8 - 3/4 oz.

Pieces:
1

Handle Chart Reference:
A

Model:
GCS71017
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7'

Medium Heavy

Line Weight:
12-20 lbs.

Lure Weight:
3/8 - 2 oz.

Pieces:
1

Handle Chart Reference:
A

Model:
GCS71220
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  • SKU: 1551458

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7'6"

Medium

Line Weight:
10-17 lbs.

Lure Weight:
3/8 - 3/4 oz.

Pieces:
1

Handle Chart Reference:
B

Model:
GCS761017
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  • SKU: 1551459

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You’ll like the price, but that’s not the real story on Offshore Angler™ Gold Cup® rods. Balanced, accurate, and refreshingly lightweight, our 40 million modulus blanks feature handsome thread wraps for a distinctive look and feel. We’ve fitted them with premium cork grips, graphite reel seats, and Pacific Bay® Hialoy guides to give you a great combination of strength, comfort, and easy handling.

Power:
= Medium
MH = Medium Heavy
Offshore Angler Gold Cup Inshore Spinning Rods 4.7 5 9 9
Excellent Rod! I purchased this rod as my main inshore rod for my trips to Tampa Bay. I use it mainly for throwing soft plastics on flats for redfish, trout, and flounder. It has just enough flexibility to throw baits VERY far while maintaining sensitivity (I use powerpro too). This makes it superior for fishing live bait as well. One time I hooked on to a 31" red (pictured) and it darted straight for the trolling motor but it didn't get very far. I was completely abusing the rod with it bent all the way under the boat and it held up very well. I was able to crank the fish right our from under the boat thanks to the backbone on this rod. I have also used this for fishing bridges and surf all around Florida. I would recommend 20lb-30lb PowerPro on a Penn Fierce 3000, Penn Battle 3000, or Shimano Stradic 3000. February 20, 2015
AWESOME ROD!!!! So when I got my socorro 6000, it came with a shimano rod. The handle was a bit too long for me. A couple of months later, I bought this rod because of the price...I really didn't think it would be that good. Months later, I landed a 3ft snook in my lake!!! I have to say, it handled the fish just fine, which is something I would never expect from an offshore angler rod. Please....save some money and purchase this rod!!! You can't go wrong!!!!! December 12, 2012
Gold Cup Inshore A great rod for the money. The key feature of this rod being the ability to cast 2oz lures. Rod is used for throwing plugs from the pier, after two trips to the pier so far no issues. The rod has the backbone to heave 1-3lb fish over the rail with no issues May 25, 2010
Well worth the price My wife bought me this rod while we were on the west coast of Florida, far from my East coast rods. I wanted a rod with a softer tip for tossing shrimp and crabs, but something that had the backbone to handle snook, smaller tarpon, redfish, permit, and jack. I picked out the medium action rod and found it to be a great rod for the money. This rod is a tremendous value for the price. Most saltwater rods at this price level have poor components and are heavy or slow in action. This rod is relatively light for all day casting. The guides are smooth for long casts and reducing friction. The spacing of the guides also distributes the flex of the rod well. The flex of this rod is also pretty crisp for powerful casts and good hauling power on inshore species. This rod handles 12 pound test mono or fluorocarbon well and can also throw 20lb braid for extra insurance when pursuing larger fish or when near cover. This rod is not as tough as a Shimano Terramar or as sensitive as a high end rod (such as a G. Loomis or premium St. Croix) but for most angler this is rod is an excellent choice. I will be buying a second rod to keep at our condo in Florida and would highly reccomend this rod to anyone looking for a quality inshore rod at a low price. February 6, 2010
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Taper?

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Are these fast, X fast, moderate, etc.?
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I would say fast to moderate depending on the model. A good rule of thumb, in my opinion, is the wider the recommended lure weight the more dramatic the taper is. I would suggest an inshore extreme if you don't mind spending a little more for an inshore rod. They are lighter, faster in action, and more sensitive.

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I checked the spec sheets and they do not.

I have fished them and would not call them x fast. Beyond that it is really subjective. One person may call a rod fast while someone else sees it as moderate. I would lean these to the fast side of moderate, but again it is subjective as I like faster action rods.

For me they have a good tip for fishing live bait, but a like a little more back bone if I am trying to power a cast with a plug.
 
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help!!!!!

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would a medium action rod be good for redfish or trout fishing on the shore
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Good? More like ideal. This rod was made specifically to handle any redfish and trout situations and most snook applications.

I have several of these rods and they are my go to rods for redfish and trout.

I have landed up to 36" snook with this rod, no problem!

Excellent live bait rod and can is equally suited to fish jigs/plugs.
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Yes it would get about a 7 to 71/2 footer and fish with some braided line. But if you want to really good action go with a light to medium. There are several realy good rods out there just a matter of budget and how many times you plan on going.
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I have one rated 3/8 to 3/4oz and have caught redfish and trout , no problem! Great rod.
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