Daiwa Coastal SP Surf Spinning Rods

Daiwa Coastal SP Surf Spinning Rods

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TD Code
TypeLengthPowerActionLine WeightLure WeightPrice
CSP701MFS
DAI-3605
Spinning7'
1 pc
MediumFast10-20lb1-4oz$129.99 USD
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Oversize Packaging Required
CSP801MHFS
DAI-3606
Spinning8'
1 pc
Medium HeavyFast12-25lb2-5oz$129.99 USD
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Oversize Large Packaging Required
CSP902MFS
DAI-3607
Spinning9'
2 pc
MediumFast10-20lb1-4oz$129.99 USD
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Oversize Packaging Required
CSP902MHFS
DAI-3608
Spinning9'
2 pc
Medium HeavyFast12-25lb2-5oz$129.99 USD
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Oversize Packaging Required
CSP1002MFS
DAI-3609
Spinning10'
2 pc
MediumFast10-20lb1-4oz$139.99 USD
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Oversize Packaging Required
CSP1002MHFS
DAI-3610
Spinning10'
2 pc
Medium HeavyFast12-30lb2-6oz$139.99 USD
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Oversize Packaging Required
CSP1062MFS
DAI-3611
Spinning10'6''
2 pc
MediumFast10-20lb1-4oz$139.99 USD
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Oversize Packaging Required
CSP1062MHFS
DAI-3612
Spinning10'6''
2 pc
Medium HeavyFast15-40lb3-8oz$139.99 USD
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Oversize Packaging Required
CSP1102MHFS
DAI-3613
Spinning11'
2 pc
Medium HeavyFast15-40lb3-8oz$139.99 USD
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Oversize Packaging Required
CSP1102HFS
DAI-3614
Spinning11'
2 pc
HeavyFast20-50lb3-10oz$139.99 USD
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Oversize Packaging Required
CSP1202HFS
DAI-3615
Spinning12'
2 pc
HeavyFast20-50lb3-10oz$139.99 USD
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Oversize Packaging Required
Redesigned for the 20-21 season, the Daiwa Coastal SP Surf Spinning Rods are built to provide surf anglers with the performance needed to find success in the surf at a fair price. The Coastal SP Surf has all the right actions to help you cast further and more accurately, and has the backbone necessary to help you land even the biggest fish in a wide range of surf conditions. A variety of lengths and tapers will help you dial in your desired technique, whether its casting lighter artificials great distances or slinging heavy sinkers and bait out to deep water where the big fish live. The Coastal SP Surf Rods feature X pattern shrink tube handles for optimal control and comfort even in wet conditions.
4.5 Stars based on 20 reviews
By Blake
Galveston, TX
Faulty blank
December 3, 2019
Got this rod for a tarpon trip to Florida the 9’ 1-4 oz was casting a 2.5oz lure and snapped on a cast on the second day hoping they will replace it even have video proof love the rod just hope it was a faulty blank and the next one is better
ProsLove the way it feels in the hands
ConsRod tip snapped on me the second day of use
By Dan
Manchester, CT
9' 1-4 oz.
November 20, 2019
I picked this rod up for lighter tackle shore fishing and i really enjoy it. I can still get pretty good distance if i'm throwing 1/2 oz jigs but the sweet spot really is that 1 1/2 oz to 2 oz range. Landed a 30 lb striper with it on my first outing with it throwing a weightless sluggo. Flicks it out there no problem. I do wish the butt section was a tiny bit thinner like the emblem but that's just me being picky. Good stick.
By Dave
Brick
Do not buy
October 19, 2019
i have a 10-6 was using it for strippers and snapped throwing a bomber plug.
I guess I did not read only s and p plugs.
ProsNone
By Jesse
Riverside, CA
Great Rod!
July 8, 2019
Purchased this Rod last year. Its been holding up great. So far no issues and love it. I mainly use it from the Jetty and from the surf in SoCal.
By Stu
Sebastian Inlet, Florida
Broke it twice this year!
November 21, 2018
Unfortunately, I have had issues with the 10'6 1-4 oz rated rod. First time breaking it the top piece broke between the first and second guide while fighting a decent sized Jack Crevalle. I sent the rod back to Daiwa through warranty and received a new one 2 weeks later... same model. After 2 months it finally broke again when pulling up a 5 lb bluefish from the jetty. A couple well known youtubers have reviewed this rod and received multiple reports of the medium 1-4 oz models breaking. It was suggested that there is a manufacturing defect with these particular models. I have heard great things about the 11 foot MH but haven't tested it.
ProsVery light weight, casts far, good sensitivity, smooth guides
ConsBroke twice, weak rod specifically 10'6 1-4 oz, tip of the butt does not grip well with surfaces and slides easily
By chad m.
FL
Best Surf spinning rod!
November 4, 2018
This rod is light and whippy, great for throwing plugs even at the lightest end of it's range. I had read some reviews that the rod was breaking on heavier plugs, so fishing a jetty during the mullet run here in Florida I was tentative at first to use it for live bait. As it was the only rod I had with me I got more and more confident, using it to heave even 15" mullet into the current. This rod is strong! Great purchase.
By Javier
,
Good rod
March 25, 2018
It’s super light. Cast great.
By Alejandro
mesa, AZ
Good quality rod
February 10, 2018
Picked the 10 ft rod mh for a fishing trip down in Mexico great results from fighting fish on the rocks handled amazing no problem with it daiwa makes good quality products. Caught a 12 lb cubera snapper with ease
By J-Rhea
New Jersey
My first 10ft surf rod
February 7, 2018
I fell in love with this rod on my first visit to tackle direct but ordered it online a little while after my visit. Great quality and finish at an affordable price. I havent got a chance to use it yet but I know it will work perfect. Sp minnows are like my faves so I figured why not give the rod a shot. I am very happy with my purchase!!!
By ray
queens NY
hello mojo
November 8, 2017
i'm a big st croix fan with my legend and mojo used for specific application. but this daiwa salt pro is just as good if not better than the mojo. check out the price !!!
Prosthe price!
By Arthur
NC
Great Value
November 20, 2016
Good quality rod. Packs plenty of fighting power. Caught a 39" red on its first time on the surf. Had no trouble handing it.
ProsLightweight Sensitivity Value
ConsOnly cons are the butt cap coming loose and the casting weight range being over-rated, I could not imagine casting more than 8 ounces with it, which is fine for the use I make of it.
By Manuel
Wyoming
Great Rod for the price
December 3, 2015
Will have to say I bought this rod to use down in mexico, but have not gone yet , though I live in wyoming I test it out on the lake . Great casting wen down to a 1/2 an ounce an still cast it out pretty far handle good size trout easily obiously not what is intended for but handled them pretty well with not that much streas on the rod , will handle the more pelagic fish in mexico but till then good rod good price I like it and would recommend it nice shipping and handling
ProsGreat cast back bone and price
ConsHook holder
By Alex
California, MD
It's ok.
April 26, 2015
Not as good as the St. Croix Mojo, but it's alright. It works better with lighter plugs.
By DEMNTD1
Asia Pacific
Love It!!!
March 25, 2015
Got the 10' 1-4oz rod and it is great for throwing plugs. Great back bone, love the low rider guides.
ProsLightweight, Sensitive, Great backbone, love the low rider guides.
Cons70/30 split. I dont mind it, but not as easy to pack away.
By Bill B.
San Jose, Californoia
Daiwa CLSP1102 Surf rod
March 19, 2015
I really like the pole, its the right size for me, I can cast the pole a long ways with no problem.
ConsThe butt handle is just a little to long for me other than that I really like the pole
32 Questions & 33 Answers
P-roc
from Dark Side of, Moon asked:
September 23, 2019
What model are the guides specifically? I can't seem to find the polished (not black) LC low rider guides for sale anywhere. Thanks!
1 Answer
These guides according to our specs have the FUJI Alconite Ring Low Rider Guides
Submitted by: Bernie De Graaf on September 26, 2019

Ernie
from Lewes De asked:
May 16, 2019
do you have this 12ft rod for a conventional reel
1 Answer
The Coastal salt only comes in a 12 foot spinning but the penn carnage two comes in a 12 foot casting 
Submitted by: Bernie De Graaf on May 17, 2019

Paul
from plim1234@aim.com asked:
September 24, 2018
I have a shimano spheros 8000 looking at the 10ft m or Mh. Looking for a versatile rod to launch sp minnows and bait from surf and rocks. I was wondering if the mh would be able to launch sp minnows is they are usually a little over an oz
1 Answer
For lighter baits such as the sp minnow the 10 foot medium may be the better choice.
Submitted by: Bernie on September 24, 2018

BW
from SIC, NJ asked:
August 7, 2018
I have a battle II 5k looking for a rod to fish off jettys during the spring and fall that I could use to replace my 8' TICA dolphin 1-3. Mainly casting SPs, bombers, bucktails, and shads. I am looking for a little more casting distance. Would you reccomend the 9 to pair with the battle?
1 Answer
The Temple Fork GIS SCS 902-2 Gary Loomis Tactical Series Surf Rod - 9 ft. would pair up well with your battle 2 and would greatly increase your casting distance.
Submitted by: Bernie on August 15, 2018

Mike
from Cape may, nj asked:
November 5, 2017
Would the new Star S7000 (i already own the reel) pair up well with the 10â€â"˘6†medium (1-4 oz) rod for throwing lures between 1-2oz?
1 Answer
That combo would balance out nicely.
Submitted by: Bernie on November 6, 2017

Ian Cooper
from New Jersey asked:
March 30, 2020
What size Daiwa BG reel would you recommend for the 8' 1 piece Daiwa Coastal SP Surf?
1 Answer
The Daiwa BG 4500 would be a good fit for that size rod. It would have the right light capacity and backbone to do most types of surf casting. 
Submitted by: Sydney on March 31, 2020

Zander
from Walnut Creek asked:
January 2, 2020
I have an 9 foot Daiwa medium heavy what’s the heaviest weight/lure I can use and not damage the rod
1 Answer
The rod is recommended for only 2 - 5 ounces. 
Submitted by: Rebecca Redington on January 9, 2020

Vic
from Okinawa Japan asked:
October 26, 2018
I do alot of pier and cliff fishing and i recently both Daiwa Coastal Salt Pro CLSP1202HFS 12 and i paired it penn clash 5000.would this be a ok setup or should i go a little bigger reel?
1 Answer
I would recommend using a 6000-8000 size reel when it comes to a 12ft rod, mainly to balance out the rod and then to also get proper casting distance.
Submitted by: Ricky on October 27, 2018

Jay
from California asked:
September 25, 2018
Would 10â€â"˘ med be ok to launch bait on 2-3oz sinkers?
1 Answer
Yes it can handle 1-4 oz sinkers.
Submitted by: Rebecca on September 25, 2018

Chris
from Florida asked:
April 7, 2018
Would the Daiwa BG 5000 pair well with the 11 ' heavy? I want to use this setup for pier/bridge/jetty.
1 Answer
The Daiwa BG 5000 would be a great match to pair with the 11' H for pier, jetty and bridge fishing.
Submitted by: Donald on April 11, 2018

Abdul
from Cochin, India asked:
April 6, 2018
To cast more distance which is the best one ?Power Medium or MH .
1 Answer
The M Daiwa Coastal rod will provide more distance in your cast comparing it to the MH.
Submitted by: Donald on April 7, 2018

John
from MA - Massachusetts asked:
March 14, 2018
Would the CLSP1102HFS be a good rod for jigging 5oz+ jigs in extremely fast current
1 Answer
Hello John. The Daiwa CLSP1102HFS Coastal Salt Pro Surf Spinning Rod can be used for jigging 5 oz in heavy currents.
Submitted by: Donald on March 20, 2018

Dan
from CA asked:
February 26, 2018
Was saltist reel size do recommend for the 9ft M
1 Answer
I'd suggest a 4500 size.
Submitted by: Devon on March 5, 2018

Ragunnaath
from India asked:
February 8, 2018
Hi... can you suggest some good reels to pair with the rod? I'm looking at the 11' CLSP1102MHFS model. Will the Penn Slammer III SLAIII6500 pair well considering the rod rating is 15 - 14 lbs? Any other cheaper reels that would pair well? The Penn seems to be on the higher side for me at the moment. I'm looking to use for Surf Fishing and would require a reel that would work well for casting. Thanks for all the help
1 Answer
The Slammer 6500, Spinfisher 6500 and the Daiwa BG 5000 would be good reels to match with the 11' CLSP1102MHFS model rod.
Submitted by: Donald on February 13, 2018

Luanbui
from McAlester, Oklahoma asked:
December 8, 2017
What color your have for Daiwa Coastal rod ? I want the rod what black color ,but I see the picture you show on the website is GRAY
1 Answer
The Daiwa Coastal Salt Pro Surf Spinning Rod that i checked out is a dark gray.
Submitted by: Donald on December 9, 2017

JAh
from Hawaii asked:
September 6, 2017
I have a Daiwa Saltist 5000 and Penn Slammer 4500. Which size and power would be ideal to pair with thoes reels for surf fishing here in Hawaii with lures?
1 Answer
The Penn Slammer 4500 would be a great reel to pair with the Daiwa Coastal rod surf fishing in Hawaii with lures. The Slammer is a durable and reliable reel especially using it in heavy saltwater conditions.
Submitted by: Donald on September 7, 2017

whoJOEdaddy
from Tulsa Oklahoma asked:
May 17, 2017
I got a 11ft MH and was wondering what's the diameter of the butt cap so I can buy a rubber butt cap to cover the plastic to keep it from sliding?
1 Answer
The butt end is 1" in diameter.
Submitted by: Devon on May 19, 2017

Val
from New York asked:
April 3, 2017
What's the weight of the 10.6 medium heavy?
1 Answer
The Daiwa CLSP1062MFS Coastal Salt Pro Surf Spinning Rod weighs 12.8 oz.
Submitted by: Donald on April 6, 2017

Marlow
from NJ asked:
April 2, 2017
What is the split in the 10 ft. rod? Is it 50/50 or 70/30? Thanks.
1 Answer
Marlow, Hello this rod is a 70/30
Submitted by: Tyler on April 3, 2017

DAVE
from PA asked:
March 14, 2017
I'm looking to build a midrange lightweight surf setup for plugging in the 1-3 oz range on NJ beaches. I'm 5"11 180lbs with decent strength so I can handle my own. As much as I would love a VS vr I can't justify the price. Leaning more towards pairing either this or a mojo surf with possibly a Penn slammer 3. Not sure what length would be most beneficial for the application I'm looking for. Thanks in advance. I'm also open to any other suggestions.
1 Answer
The St Croix MSS106MM2 Mojo Surf Spinning Rods paired with a Penn Slammer 6500 would be a good combo for the application you will be using it for. Thank you for considering TackleDirect for your fishing needs.
Submitted by: Donald on March 15, 2017

Danilo Tutop
from Hawaii asked:
January 14, 2017
Is the line rating for monofilament or braid?
1 Answer
These ratings appear to be for monofilament. You would be able to use braid to a significantly heavier lb test with these rods.
Submitted by: Devon on January 16, 2017

Kevin
from Florida asked:
December 22, 2016
What guides are these are they Fuji?
1 Answer
The Daiwa Coastal Salt Pro Surf Spinning Rods have FUJI ALCONITE LOW RIDER GUIDES.
Submitted by: Donald on December 23, 2016

Rob
from Germantown, Maryland asked:
November 25, 2016
Just bought this rod. The MH 11'. I don't fish lures. Mainly chunk bait off the pier and from the surf. I have a Penn Fierce 8000 reel to go with this rod. Can this rod handle chunk bait and the surf of the Outer Banks?
1 Answer
The Daiwa CLSP1102MHFS Coastal Salt Pro Surf Spinning Rod would be a good fit with the Penn Fierce 8000 for fishing the Outer Banks.
Submitted by: Donald on November 26, 2016

Darrell
from United States asked:
November 29, 2015
What is the weight of the 11' heavy rod and is it a 2pc 50/50 split! Would this rod be good for throwing 150gm poppers or sticks?
1 Answer
The rod weighs 14.4 ounces and the butt section's measurement of the rod is 59" while the tip section of the rod measures approximately 90". This rod is built to fish Daiwa's SP Minnows, so it would be great for fishing lures. But, I believe the 3 to 10 ounce rating is more ideal for fishing bait or lures heavier than a couple ounces in the surf. Although the fast action tip is ideal for lure fishing. Overall this is a great all round rod you could use to fish bait or lures depending on your preference during your current fishing session. Opposed to having two different surf rods, one for lures and one for bait.... You can now have one rod for both! Oh the possibilities... The Saragosa 8000 would be a great fit for this rod. It is also an affordable price for a great rod to add to your quiver.
Submitted by: Kaitryn on December 11, 2015

Mike
from CT asked:
November 11, 2015
Which rod would best fit the Daiwa Emblem Pro EX 5000? Is the reel to big for a 9ft model?
1 Answer
Personally, I would recommend the MH 10ft to match with the Daiwa Emblem Pro EX 5000. But, if you prefer the 9ft and want to shy away from looking into purchasing the 10ft than definitely go with the 9ft MH. It would handle the reel nicely, I just think the 10ft MH would be more ideal.
Submitted by: Kaitryn on November 11, 2015

Dave
from Mocksville NC asked:
April 16, 2015
What is the difference between the F action and the R action on the Team Diawa Surf Rod.
1 Answer
Hello Dave. The "F" is for fast action and the "R" stands for regular, or moderate, action. Please feel free to contact us if you have any more questions!
Submitted by: Brandon on April 18, 2015

Vasili
from new york, ny asked:
February 13, 2015
What is a better option Lamiglas Tri-Flex surf rod or Daiwa coastal salt pro surf spinning rod?
1 Answer
Vasili, I recommend you take a look at the St. Croix Mojo Surf spinning rod.
Submitted by: Frank on February 18, 2015

Phillip
from Montreal Quebec Canada asked:
February 4, 2015
medium heavy?
1 Answer
This rod is available in Medium Heavy power in the following lengths; 9', 10', 10'6", and 11'.
Submitted by: KRAIG on February 11, 2015

Phillip
from Montreal Quebec Canada asked:
February 4, 2015
medium heavy?
1 Answer
It is available in Medium Heavy power in the following lengths; 9', 10', 10'6", and 11'
Submitted by: KRAIG on February 11, 2015

Arman
from Riyadh asked:
December 16, 2014
what is the recommended reel for this rod
2 Answers
That really depends on the length of the rod you choose, what you are fishing for, and what method you will use i.e.. bait or lures. If you can give us a better idea of what you want to do, we be happy to set you up with the right reel.
Submitted by: Customer Service on December 16, 2014
sorry, i just started this hobby few months ago bought penn battleii 600 and 9' rod combo and some lures recently Rod length 11 fishing method live bait and lure wishing to catch wahoo, grouper etc someday thanks
Submitted by: arman on December 17, 2014 from Riyadh

thanh
from west palm beach, florida asked:
September 30, 2014
could you tell me individual lengths of the 2 pieces of the rods?PLEASE CLSP902MFS DAI 2025. THANK YOU
1 Answer
The butt end is 39 1/2". The Top end measures 73 1/2".
Submitted by: Customer Service on September 30, 2014

Ian
from MD asked:
September 19, 2014
Can you tell me individual lengths of the 2 pieces and weights of the rods? Thanks CLSP1062MHFS DAI-2029 and CLSP1102MHFS DAI-2030
1 Answer
For the DAI-2029; Butt length 44.5 inches Tip length 86.5 inches Weight 12.8 ounces For the DAI-2030; Butt length 48 inches Tip length 89.5 inches Weight 14.4 inches
Submitted by: Customer Service on September 23, 2014

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