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Promoted 05-23-2016 by Discombobulated at 07:08 AM View Original Post
Cabelas.com has select Cabelas Fishing Spinning Rods (various lengths) on sale listed below from $14.88. Select free ship to store to save on shipping cost, otherwise free shipping on orders $99 or more w/ code 56MEM (apply at checkout). Thanks TitusP

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Steelhead 8'+ length will be the best all around rod for surf fishing if you are trolling the beach. (Walking up/down the shoreline, in/out of the water). If you want something for larger things like sharks/rats gotta get heavier rods made for casting and sitting.

Let me put it this way, on rod terms:
Rating light -> medium -> heavy
Steelhead -> Inshore -> Surf

Steelheads are lighter but make bringing in the fish more "fun". Up to 12lb line is what you usually go up to.

Inshore are a little more durable and less flexible, go up to a 30lb line, but you could still use them with light tackle (8-12lb w/ 3/4 oz bait.)

Surf usually weighs a lot and you don't want to move around with it, so you setup a stand to hold it. 80lb+ line, with 3-10oz baits.

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Greatly appreciated if someone could recommend seawater fishing rod(shore)?
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Can't these be use for saltwater too?
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Quote from Tom425 View Post :
Can't these be use for saltwater too?
Yes, just make sure to rinse well. Saltwater rods guides and other spots that can rust are more corrosion resistant.

However I don't use freshwater reels in saltwater...

Quote from 1tech9 View Post :
Greatly appreciated if someone could recommend seawater fishing rod(shore)?

I use surf rods in this case when fishing from shore.... They allow good casting distance and will hold up well. It is literally what they are designed for.
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Last edited by TitusP May 23, 2016 at 06:58 AM
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Quote from 1tech9 View Post :
Greatly appreciated if someone could recommend seawater fishing rod(shore)?
http://www.cabelas.com/product/ca...c%3D1&No=0

Steelhead 8'+ length will be the best all around rod for surf fishing if you are trolling the beach. (Walking up/down the shoreline, in/out of the water). If you want something for larger things like sharks/rats gotta get heavier rods made for casting and sitting.

Let me put it this way, on rod terms:
Rating light -> medium -> heavy
Steelhead -> Inshore -> Surf

Steelheads are lighter but make bringing in the fish more "fun". Up to 12lb line is what you usually go up to.

Inshore are a little more durable and less flexible, go up to a 30lb line, but you could still use them with light tackle (8-12lb w/ 3/4 oz bait.)

Surf usually weighs a lot and you don't want to move around with it, so you setup a stand to hold it. 80lb+ line, with 3-10oz baits.
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Last edited by Spiffywerks May 23, 2016 at 07:10 AM
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Quote from Spiffywerks View Post :
http://www.cabelas.com/product/ca...c%3D1&No=0

Steelhead 8'+ length will be the best all around rod for surf fishing if you are trolling the beach. (Walking up/down the shoreline, in/out of the water). If you want something for larger things like sharks/rats gotta get heavier rods made for casting and sitting.

Hey! thanks a lot! repped!
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Quote from TitusP View Post :
Yes, just make sure to rinse well. Saltwater rods guides and other spots that can rust are more corrosion resistant.

However I don't use freshwater reels in saltwater...




I use surf rods in this case when fishing from shore.... They allow good casting distance and will hold up well. It is literally what they are designed for.

Thanks!
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Quote from Spiffywerks View Post :
http://www.cabelas.com/product/ca...c%3D1&No=0

Steelhead 8'+ length will be the best all around rod for surf fishing if you are trolling the beach. (Walking up/down the shoreline, in/out of the water). If you want something for larger things like sharks/rats gotta get heavier rods made for casting and sitting.

Let me put it this way, on rod terms:
Rating light -> medium -> heavy
Steelhead -> Inshore -> Surf

Steelheads are lighter but make bringing in the fish more "fun". Up to 12lb line is what you usually go up to.

Inshore are a little more durable and less flexible, go up to a 30lb line, but you could still use them with light tackle (8-12lb w/ 3/4 oz bait.)

Surf usually weighs a lot and you don't want to move around with it, so you setup a stand to hold it. 80lb+ line, with 3-10oz baits.
Could you please recommend reels that goes with this rod? bounce
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Love Fenwick rods, may have to pick one up. I'd definitely recommend them if anyone is looking for a decent rod.
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Quote from Spiffywerks View Post :
http://www.cabelas.com/product/ca...c%3D1&No=0

Steelhead 8'+ length will be the best all around rod for surf fishing if you are trolling the beach. (Walking up/down the shoreline, in/out of the water). If you want something for larger things like sharks/rats gotta get heavier rods made for casting and sitting.

Let me put it this way, on rod terms:
Rating light -> medium -> heavy
Steelhead -> Inshore -> Surf

Steelheads are lighter but make bringing in the fish more "fun". Up to 12lb line is what you usually go up to.

Inshore are a little more durable and less flexible, go up to a 30lb line, but you could still use them with light tackle (8-12lb w/ 3/4 oz bait.)

Surf usually weighs a lot and you don't want to move around with it, so you setup a stand to hold it. 80lb+ line, with 3-10oz baits.
agree with spiffy works almost completely, however there are some lighter surf rods that I love. But he is correct in saying you do not move around with them... they are meant for long casts and waiting. (I fish off the bottom with them and cast to about where the waves break). truthfully I don't like getting in the water at dusk and dawn which is why I use the surf setup.
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#12
How about a decent trout rod? Any recommendations?
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What's a good rod (what length) for Dallas/OK lake fishing? bass, crappie, and ect....
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Last edited by xxaznvtguyxx May 23, 2016 at 07:34 AM
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can any if those go as carry on piece on a flight?
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Anyone here have some recommendations for rods to pair with some Shimano spinning reels? For now fishing the saltwater canals (dock) and bays (boat) of Southwest FL, but eventually the Gulf of Mexico (inshore, then offshore) too. Already have a couple Hurricane Calico Jack 7' Spin Rods (Medium Light), but would like to get a couple more rods appropriate for these Shimano reels:

-Symetre 3000FL
-Sustain 4000FG
-Stradic CI4+ 2500FA

Thanks in advance for any tips!
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