Offshore Angler™ Power Plus™ Spinning Rods

   

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6'6"

Heavy

Line Weight:
20-40 lbs.

Pieces:
1

Handle Chart Reference:
A

Model:
1023
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  • SKU: 254185

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7'

Medium

Line Weight:
12-20 lbs.

Pieces:
1

Handle Chart Reference:
A

Model:
1043
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  • SKU: 503816

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7'

Medium

Line Weight:
12-30 lbs.

Pieces:
1

Handle Chart Reference:
A

Model:
1044
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  • SKU: 503818

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7'

Medium

Line Weight:
15-20 lbs.

Pieces:
2

Handle Chart Reference:
A

Model:
1024
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  • SKU: 254186

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8'

Medium

Line Weight:
15-30 lbs.

Lure Weight:
2 - 5 oz.

Pieces:
2

Handle Chart Reference:
A

Model:
1025
  • $27.99

  • SKU: 254187

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9'

Medium

Line Weight:
15-30 lbs.

Lure Weight:
3 - 8 oz.

Pieces:
2

Handle Chart Reference:
A

Model:
1026
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  • SKU: 254188

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10'

Medium

Line Weight:
15-40 lbs.

Lure Weight:
3 - 8 oz.

Pieces:
2

Handle Chart Reference:
A

Model:
1027
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12'

Medium

Line Weight:
15-40 lbs.

Lure Weight:
3 - 8 oz.

Pieces:
2

Handle Chart Reference:
B

Model:
1046
  • $34.99

  • SKU: 817348

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15'

Medium

Line Weight:
15-40 lbs.

Lure Weight:
3 - 8 oz.

Pieces:
3

Handle Chart Reference:
B

Model:
1047
  • $39.99

  • SKU: 817355

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Constructed of the finest quality fiberglass material, ideally suited for many types of angling. Glossy black rod shafts are highlighted with a double-epoxy finish. Aluminum oxide guides on boat spin rods, black aluminum oxide guides on surf spin rods. EVA foam grips and cushioned reel seats. Don't let the price fool you. These rods not only look great, they fish better than many rods that cost twice as much.

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M = Medium
H = Heavy

Model 1047 is a 3-piece rod with a folding primary guide.

Offshore Angler™ Power Plus™ Spinning Rods 4.4 5 56 56
not satisfied bulky / thick handle, not for users w/ smaller hands November 18, 2014
Not impressed Large guide broke off when showing the pole to a friend base of guide was plastic. . Second guide was actually missing some porcelaine. . September 12, 2014
Good Rod I got this rod after buying 3 8' ones for my Nephews for a surf trip 3 weeks ago. After casting with it a few times I really liked it and since I have an extra reel I thought, why not just get a rod for it. it's got power for long casts. the 8' rod has a max lure weight of 5 oz. and the 10' one I got for myself has a max lure weight of 8 oz. and I rarely go over 5 so I know I can put some muscle behind it. I don't know why the line and lure weights are not in the description as it would surely boost sales knowing this info right from the start. My only issue thus far is the handle is a bit too short needs like 8" added to it but it's workable. but if they were to correct it i think one can gain a few extra yards on casting September 11, 2014
Great Rod This rod represents great value all around. The price is right, and I am impressed by the quality. Great job, BP; this is an excellent product! July 28, 2014
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Hi, thank you for your inquiry. You might try a 7’ medium or medium heavy and either the 12-20 lbs test or the 12-30 lbs test line.
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The 1047 indicates that is has a folding primary guide. What exactly does that mean?
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The eyelet closest to the reel sturrip is rather large so it has a hinge to fold it flat with the rod. This allows the rod to be broke down into 3 pieces and held together with bungees, straps, etc for easy carrying.
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Some spinning rods like long surf rods have large primary guides that fold down to store rods in round tubes or bags for storage or just to place them in a vehicle.
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Will a SALTIST 6500H fit?

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On the 15ft rod
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Yes, my Okuma ABF 65 fit and they have the same size seat
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A Penn Battle 7000 is a big reel and can handle a wide variety of saltwater fish easily. A 5000 is my choice.
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I would stay with 7 or 8 feet in a boat, a 7000 battle would probably balance out better with a 30 pound class or better rod either 7 or 8 feet.
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pier and surf fishing

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I will be buying 2 of these rods for my upcoming trip. One for pier fishing and one for surf fishing. Which models should I chose? Im thinking of pairing it with a Penn Fierce 5000 or 6000?
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10' or 12', I have both and the 15', but the 10' and 12' are a bit easier to use and take apart. Both are great for surf, the 10' might be better for pier, especially if its crowded
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Most piers limit you to 9 or 10 foot rods.
An 8 or 9 foot rod with a Fierce 5000 will work nicely.
For the surf, the longer the better, 10 to 15, with an 8000 reel.
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I purchased the 7' rated up to 2oz and put a Penn Fierce 4000 on it, and have not been dissapointed. It's pulled in quite a few reds, trout, and cats in the Mobile Bay area. They can feel a bit heavy after casting for awhile but what rods don't feel this way when fishing from the shore.
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looking for a cheap rod but also looking for any recemendations i have a $40 budget
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Honestly, you wont beat these rods for under $50
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I have both rods, prefer the Power Plus rod myself.
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Daiwa beefstick is a monstor of a rod. I have both Power Plus And Beefstick. The Power Plus is a great rod but does not hold a candle to the Power plus. i have the 6'6" Power Plus and the 7ft Beefstick.
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off shore angler,its a great rod from catfishing to heavy duty surf fishing. I recomment 10ft
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THE LURE RATING IS 1/4 TO 2 OUNCES.
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I OWN THE 7' SURF MED ACTION ROD. ITS NOT 8', BUT ITS AN IDEA THATS CLOSE, ITS LINE WEIGH IS 12-20LB. & FOR LURE 3/8- 1-1/2OZ IS RECOMMENDED FOR THE 7' MODEL. HOPE THIS CAN GIVE U AN IDEA..
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I use a Shimano Socorro 10000, nice match up
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A big one!!! 8000 series from most manufacturers.
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I would put at least an 8000 sized reel. The Penn Battle 8000 would balance it out nicely, and hold enough 20 lb mono, and more than enough 40 lb braid.
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penn fierce 5000
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big. i would use at least a 6000 size reel. its a pretty heavy rod and a small reel will not balance well at all. i use a 5000 with the 12' and that is almost too small of a reel
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Handle "B" is a surf style handle seen on mostly long rods, "A" is more of a standard rod.
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Handle A is a standard handle for a saltwater spinning rod and is about 16" long.... Handle B is the same except its about 26" so it give the reel a much higher mounting position.
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Yes. Well suited for braid.
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DEFINATELY, IM USING 30LB POWER PRO ON THE 7' MODEL.
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I have had no issues using braid on this rod. I have an eight footer that I use on the boat for poppers and other lures.
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I am using 60lb braid on the 15 footer and 30lb braid on the 10 footer and the eyes handle it just fine.
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