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Offshore Angler Gold Cup Inshore Spinning Rods

   

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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
  • $79.99

  • 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 4.8 5 5 5
Great Rod Have had the GC 7' MH in the trigger model with a GC 4004 reel, has been a great combo in the Chesapeake Bay and in the Florida Keys, bought the GC 7' MH in the spinning variety and paired it with a Penn Sargus 4000, another great combo! February 13, 2012
Best Value for Inshore Fishing This rod is hands down the best value out there for inshore fishing. I own many Gloomis and St. Croix rods which are great rods and have better components but you cannot go wrong with this rod. I find myself time and time again grabbing this rod instead of the other more expensive big name brands. This is the IDEAL rod for inshore live bait fishing. If you live on the West Coast of Florida and fish live/cut bait there is no rod better suited for this application. The tip allows you to throw the lightest white bait a mile and has all the backbone needed to land big fish. I pair my 7'6" Gold cups with a Daiwa Whisker SS Tournament 1300 and feel this is the best set up(regardless of price) for live bait fishing for snook, redfish, and trout. Grab one and you wont be disappointed! June 7, 2011
performs great i got the 7' MH rod and paired it with an Okuma Corondo reel. i use it for rockfish and bluefish on the chesapeake bay and blackwater marsh and it works great! on the chesepeak ive caught a 32" striper on it along with quite a few 28-30 inchers. ive caught some smaller rockfish with it at blackwater. this reel is great, its not too heavy, but its durable and sensitive enough to feel little nibbles. January 25, 2011
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
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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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