ANDE Stand-Up Rods

ANDE Stand-Up Rods

by Ande

ANDE Stand-Up Rods boast almost indestructible solid tip construction to handle heavy lines and big fish.

$52.99 - $68.99
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TD Code
TypeLengthPiecesPowerLine WeightPrice
Stand-Up w/
Speed Butt
6'0''1Medium20-40lb$52.99 USD
Oversize Packaging Required
Stand-Up w/
Speed Butt
5'6''1Medium-Heavy20-50lb$52.99 USD
Oversize Packaging Required
Stand-Up w/
Speed Butt
6'0''1Medium-Heavy20-50lb$63.99 USD
Oversize Packaging Required
Stand-Up w/
Speed Butt
5'6''1Heavy50-80lb$52.99 USD
Oversize Packaging Required
Stand-Up w/
Speed Butt
6'0''1Heavy50-80lb$52.99 USD
Oversize Packaging Required
Stand-Up w/
Speed Butt, 2 Rollers
6'0''1Heavy50-80lb$68.99 USD
Oversize Packaging Required
ANDE Stand-Up rods are designed to place a great deal of strain on large fish while the angler stands up to do battle. Strength and lifting power are prime requirements in this rod type and are designed-in through the use of top quality materials and components.

The full length, blank through butt, dual layer graphite and fiberglass construction delivers plenty of strength and power. The strong solid tip aids enormously in lifting big fish. Ergonomic fore grip shape helps control rod and line. Aluminum gimbal butt fits all fighting belts. Fully under wrapped heavy duty fixed guide frames protect highly polished aluminum oxide guides for smooth, wear free line flow. Stainless steel roller stripper and tip top guides on ''R'' models provide smoother line flow and more fighting control. Corrosion proof machined aluminum reel seats with heavy duty machined hoods deliver greater strength without excess weight.
ANDE Stand-Up Rods Features
  • Precision blended high modulus graphite and fiberglass composite construction
  • Strong solid tip for increased lifting power and fighting control
  • Dual layer construction for extreme sensitivity and durability
  • Full length, blank through butt design
  • Smooth Butts on all ''SB'' models
  • Shaped, ergonomic EVA foam fore grip
  • Precision machined heavy duty aluminum reel seat
  • Cushion covered aluminum gimbal butt
  • Premium hardloy ring fixed Turbo style guides
  • Heavy duty, stainless steel guide frames
  • Stainless steel roller stripper and tip top guides on all ''R'' models
  • Tough, high gloss epoxy wrap finish
  • Fully under wrapped guides
  • Satin finished blank
5 Stars based on 24 reviews
Best value rod there is
February 24, 2020
I have been using these rods for 20 years. Never once had one break or a guide fail. I think I replaced one because after about 8 seasons of salt water use I couldn't get the nut un-jammed on the reel seat
Prosgreat price and will haul in any inshore fish in New England
By Carl
Newnan, GA
Great Value
August 11, 2019
I went out on a Head Boat and was disappointed with their gear so I started looking for a Rod and since I don't think that I would go out more than five to six times a year I didn't want to spend a lot but I wanted a good Rod , Well this hit all the marks , Value , Fit and finish , Planning to get a second one so if I can get my Wife or Son to go they'll have a setup too .
ConsNo gimbel cover but that's no big deal .
By James F.
FL - Florida
Ande Stand-up heavy rods
July 3, 2019
Great purchase for the price.
Rods arrived and looked great
First trip out they held up pretty well, they say heavy tackle but are not exactly heavy duty. Great for bottom fishing for snapper, trigs, decent-big AJs but idk if they can handle a big shark or bigger AJ.
Overall great rod for the price.
By James F.
Destin fl
Ande Stand-up rods
July 3, 2019
Purchased 4 of these rods to basically have some cheaper rods for snapper season and basic bottom fishing.
They look great for being rods in the cheaper end but held up great on our first trip out but time will tell.
Overall they seem to be worth the money.
ProsCheap price Great look
ConsNone at this time but it will all come down to how well they hold up
By Rob S.
Ande standup pole
June 8, 2019
Not a bad pole for the price. Read some crappy reviews but I can't complain. Caught a 34# bass no problems. For $60 you can't go wrong...
By Charles
St George Island
Love them!
February 10, 2019
Tried the 5'6" and 6'0" out in our shark spread paired with fin-nor st50s and they have exceeded expectations. Landed 3 bucketlist sharks including 2 bulls and a hammerhead on the last trip. Very sensitive, plenty strong, take abuse well. They really play the fish but still have plenty of backbone. Plan to buy more for up coming season.
By Jessie
Owned and distributed by the same company that produces Tsunami rods
November 22, 2018
The rods this company produces are amazing. I live right down the road from them funny enough, but more importantly is the quality that their poles give you versus the price you pay for them. My stand up 80-100 conventional is so sensitive that you can not only feel every lump and bump on the bottom, and every strike, but also tough as nails on big fish. I have caught dorado,Small tuna, brown sharks, blue sharks, and even small threshers on this brand of rods with zero problems

By Mark
Great Value
July 12, 2017
These are terrific rods for the money. They perform and hold up well and look great, well above their price point.
ProsGreat performance and look. Nice finish.
ConsNot the same feel as a high end rod.
By dave w.
Baltimore Maryland
Bang for the Buck
January 30, 2017
I bought 2 6' 20-50 lb rods for striper trolling Overall a nice Rod. Would like to have seen a little better set of guides but for $53,i can't complain to much. The double locking reel seat is nice. I would buy again. Good bang for the buck.
By Ray
Jamaica, VA
excellent rod for the money
November 18, 2016
I bought both a 5'6" and a 6'. Liked them so well, I bought another pair. Have landed several large Cobias on them.
By Wil
April 3, 2016
Excellent for pulling that big one out of the reef or wreck
By Tom
Chester Springs, PA
Great inshore/ nearshore big game rod
March 31, 2016
Best rod for the money I have 5 of them and never had a problem. Roller guides are awesome.
By Tony
Pasadena, MD
Great For Trolling
December 2, 2015
This rod is great for trolling, it's strong and the tip can handle the drag of pull small umbrella rigs in your spread. Can't go wrong for the price.
By Tony
Pasadena, MD
Nice Boat Rod
December 2, 2015
These rods are really nice for the price. They are strong and can handle the abuse of trolling as well. Great all around boat rod for the pice.
By Michael
Cary, NC
Great Stand Up Rod for Pin Rigging
September 30, 2015
I've used this rod for 2 years pin rigging. Has the back bone to fight anything you will hook. Despite a fair bit of abuse is has held up well.
6 Questions & 5 Answers
S Murphy
from PA asked:
November 16, 2019
Would this be appropriate for trolling stripers with the okuma cold water 453d? or could you recoomend the right rod for that application?

1 Answer
These rods a good choice for trolling any species, the only thing that would matter with this choice of rod is what you would be trolling with it 
Submitted by: Bernie De Graaf on November 18, 2019

Simon Kavanagh
from Mattapoisett Ma asked:
July 7, 2019
Do you sell the rod tip for this model. The ceramic ring popped out on the rod I was using?
1 Answer
We do not.
Submitted by: Ethan on July 8, 2019

Coach G
from SC asked:
March 31, 2020
How many guides are on these rods (including tip)?

George Carter
from MD asked:
March 18, 2018
Is the a conventional rod
1 Answer
The ANDE Stand-Up Rods are conventional rods.
Submitted by: Donald on March 20, 2018

from Cal asked:
January 28, 2017
Are the rods guides safe for using with braid line?? . Will be pairing with penn international 30 single speed 3/4 spool 80 braid and 80 top shot. Need to have braid in spool, baits will be droned out 500+ yards
1 Answer
The ANDE Stand-Up Rods will be safe to use with braided line.
Submitted by: Donald on January 28, 2017

from MD asked:
January 13, 2017
Tsu-0156. Would it be a good combination if I paired it with a Penn squall 30-40ld. For sailfish tuna and grouper fishing
1 Answer
Both the 30 and 40 size Squalls would be a good fit for this rod. I would recommend the 40 if you're using monofilament line in order to get adequate line capacity for sailfish.
Submitted by: Devon on January 14, 2017


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