Lamiglas Graphite Surf & Jetty Spinning Rods
$236.00 - $312.00
|Length||Pieces||Lure Weight (oz)||Line Weight (lb)||Handle||Action||Price|
|XS 81 MS|
|8'||1||1/2 - 2||10 - 17||5||Moderate||$236.00 USD|
|XS 9 MHS|
|9'||2||1 - 4||14 - 20||5||Moderate||$266.00 USD|
|XS 10 MS|
|XS 10 MHS|
|10'||2||3 - 6||17 - 40||6||Moderate||$281.00 USD|
|XS 11 MS|
|11'||2||2 - 4||14 - 30||6||Moderate||$312.00 USD|
|XS 1061 PP|
|10'6''||1||1 - 4||10 - 20||4||Mod||$281.00 USD|
Lamiglas Graphite Surf & Jetty Spinning Rods Features
- The blanks used in this premiere series of graphite surf and jetty rods are preferred over all others by custom rod builders
- These super-sensitive graphite blanks are the ultimate in durability; ideal for the pounding surf environment
- The super high gloss, clear-coated design with black wraps and gold accent make a bold statement
- Final touches include Fuji guides, graphite reel seats and attractive, functional EVA and cork tape handles
- Handcrafted in the U.S.A.
- Limited lifetime warranty
By The Ol' Sidewinder
A terrific rod!
July 7, 2016
Oh yeah! This is one terrific rod. I use it for surf fishing on the Pacific Coast in rough and windy conditions when my conventional casting gear can't handle it, or at night when I don't want to deal with clearing backlash. This can chuck a 1-oz.SP Minnow a long ways and still throw a 2-3/8 oz. Super Strike popper half way to China. Don't need no 11" surf stick with this baby. You can cast all night and not get tired. Looks great too. And a great price--just see what the MSRP is on the Lamiglas website!
ProsRight blend of size, weight and action for plugging the surf. Great quality. Good balance of relatively long casting with light weight.
ConsOnly con is that I don't have two.
8' surf and jetty
September 29, 2015
The 8' surf and jetty is an awesome bay and surf rod. I have been tearing up the trout and reds around the bays and gulf coast. Paired with a Shimano stradic 5000fj and 30# braid its almost too easy to land them. I have many custom rods but this set up is the "one rod" for all /bay slam (reds ,trout , and flounder) , even thinking of king mackerel fishing from the pier with it. Truly impressed.
ProsStrong, I've slung up to 4oz.'s with no problems, medium action and sensitive, light weight.
ConsNone yet, going on two years
By James S.
Long Island, NY
August 22, 2015
I bought this for throwing heavier lures and bait from the surf. For a 10' rod it is very light. The action is decent but I thought it would have been a little more moderate. I dont love the 50/50 split and the guides are old school. I already had my braid wrap around one of my guides. This is has stood the test of time but if I had to do it again, I would probably take a closer look at some of the newer offerings available in that price range.
ProsVery light weight for size and what it can throw.
ConsDont love the 50/50 split. Old guides Price
Very nice rod
April 18, 2015
My Lamiglas XS11MS is my favorite jetty and surf rod for heavier applications, it's paired with a Penn 706z and this combo has brought in a lot of giant fish!
Consnone to date
1 Question & 1 Answer
from Berlin, NJ asked:
June 18, 2015
Can you tell me the break down size of the Lamiglas Graphite Surf & Jetty Spinning rods? 10' both - 10' 6" - 11' - I am looking for 50/50 break down size for a decent Surf Rod.
Hello Mike. These rods are all a 70/30 split. The Insane surf series are all 50/50 split and can be seen here: http://www.tackledirect.com/lamiglas-insane-surf-rods.html Please feel free to contact us if you have any more questions.
on June 18, 2015