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Offshore Angler™ Power Stick™ Surf Spinning Rods

   

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Length Other specs Quantity Price & availability

8'

Line Weight:
12-20 lbs.

Lure Weight:
1/4 - 2 oz.

Pieces:
2

Model:
PSF812202

9'

Line Weight:
12-20 lbs.

Lure Weight:
1 - 5 oz.

Pieces:
2

Model:
PSF912202

10'

Line Weight:
15-30 lbs.

Lure Weight:
1 - 5 oz.

Pieces:
2

Model:
PSF1015302

11'

Line Weight:
15-30 lbs.

Lure Weight:
3 - 6 oz.

Pieces:
2

Model:
PSF1115302

12'

Line Weight:
20-40 lbs.

Lure Weight:
4 - 8 oz.

Pieces:
2

Model:
PSF1220402
Surf casting is what separates the men from the boys! Fun? This is a different kind of fun. It demands strength, endurance, and the grit to take whatever the sea and sky decide to throw at you. That's why you don't head out there with just any old rod. You take something you know is gonna make that stand with you. And have fun doing it. The Offshore Angler Power Stick Surf Spinning Rod is a  real workhorse of a surf rod, made to withstand harsh conditions and get you into the fish, day-in and day-out. Two-piece, 42 million modulus IM7 graphite blank retains the flex and forgiveness needed for long-distance fishing, yet gives you the sensitivity to know what your lure is doing. Other Power Stick Rod features include tough stainless steel guides with top-grade aluminum oxide rings, graphite reel seat with stainless steel cushioned hoods, and a non-slip rubber-cork handle.
Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 10 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Sweet Rod! I picked out the 9 foot Power Stick after getting a gift card from my kids for fathers day. I needed to replace a Penn Surf rod that got broken and was looking at their prevail but had read that it was a better bait rod than a plugging rod and I prefer to cast lures. I also didn't want to break the bank. So after reading the reviews I settled on the Power Stick and I have to tell you in 3 days of fishing I have to say it is one of the lightest, nicest handling surf rods I have tried regardless of the cost.! I paired it up with a 6000 Penn Fierce and will likely buy another 10 footer to match with a Penn 750ss reel I have from the old Penn rod. June 30, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by not worth it This is a nice, lightweight rod that casts very well and seems pretty tough, however the reel seat is terrible. I tried a small 4000 size reel and a substantially larger 4500 size, and both would flex badly side to side without much effort. Perhaps a very large reel would snug up tight in the reel seat, but I think that defeats the purpose of a light graphite 8' rod. It's really a shame, because these are potentially very versatile, quality rods. They just need to fit these with Fuji reel seats and charge a little more for them. May 29, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by Not Made For Surf Fishing I purchased the 10 foot rod, took care of it and used lures with the weight range for which the rod was rated. However within three weeks of a use the top guide lost it's protective inner ring and now it needs to be sent back to the shop for repair. October 4, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by good stiff rod Like the rod as it is made well. Perfect length and matched with the reel. Put on braided line (40 # test) and can cast a mile September 10, 2013
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i dont know whick one is better
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i belive they are the same rod? if im not mistaken, i remember reading offshore buying the rod blank from penn.
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I plan to buy the 9 or 10 foot rod with a Shimano Baitrunner D reel.
Which Baitrunner reel Model would you recommend to pair with either rod ?
I'm thinking an ST 6000D or 4000D?
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Given that the reel seat isn't the greatest in the world I'd go with the 6000. I had to wrap the seat with quite a bit of electrical tape to get a good seat out of a Daiwa 4500. Once I did, though, it snugged up nice and tight to the rod and I haven't had any further issues with it. I don't know what that might have done to the rod's inherent sensitivity, though.
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I would use a penn fierce. Their bodies are full metal. I've hauled in a 35lb striper and many blue in the Cape Cod canal. I've also fishing inshore and caughten many black sea bass and tautog. I recommend the frc 5000 or 6000 and use any size braid that you prefer. As for the baitrunner i would go for the 6000d.
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It's impossible to tell the length of many rods that BPS list on their re-designed website. Technical info is now very poor, not good BPS.
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8 foot - 12 foot rod
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Yeah, 5 total, but they're heavy duty and arranged in a "cone of flight" pattern rather than a "new concept" pattern, so you don't need as many. Therefore they are best suited for casting higher memory lines like mono, and I can tell you they do it well. I can get 90 yards out of the 8' model with 1 oz of weight and 20lb Cajun line mono.
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These are spinning rods.
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I called the store. They said these were all spinning rods.
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