Offshore Angler™ Gold Cup® Inshore Spinning Rods
You’ll like the price, but that’s not the real story on our 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.
|M = Medium|
|MH = Medium Heavy|
Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 8 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by geothom just plain great I was not sure about the price of this rod, but after using it I have found out you don't have to pay a big price for a great rod. April 29, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by RClint Deffective rod I have the Offshore Angler - Inshore Extreme rod and thought I would try the Gold Cup as a less expensive back up option. I fished it twice and thought it was a pretty good rod. Just over one year old (just out of warranty), and on the third trip out with the Gold Cup and the rod snapped just below the 2nd eye from the tip. I didn't really even have much pressure on it. I still think it is an okay rod and has good feel, but make sure to fish it in the warranty period to make sure it doesn't have a deffect. April 15, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Harrison5 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
Rated 5 out of 5 by Ditchdigger 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
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Details:would a medium action rod be good for redfish or trout fishing on the shore
A: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.
A: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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