Daiwa SLS802MFS Sealine Surf Spinning Rod

Daiwa SLS802MFS Sealine Surf Spinning Rod

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Model
TD Code
Rod
Type
PowerActionLengthLine Weight
(lb.)
Lure Weight
(oz.)
No.
Guides
Price
SLS802MFS
DAI-1140
SpinningMF8'
2 pcs.
12 - 301/2 - 45$49.95 USD
Qty:
Oversize Packaging Required
Daiwa Sealine Surf rods are all about quality, durability, affordability. These lightweight, yet exceptionally tough, graphite surf rods are available in a wide range of lengths and actions. Sealine Surf rods offer a high level of surf-fishing performance at a price that will suit any angler's budget.

Sealine Surf Rods Features:
  • Graphite Composite blank - lightweight yet strong
  • Aluminum Oxide guides
  • Graphite reel seat
  • EVA foam grip


An $8.00 oversize packaging charge applies to this item as it ships in a long heavy duty tube to protect your items. This fee will still apply when discount shipping coupons are used.
3.5 Stars based on 3 reviews
By Eric
Orange County CA
Sealine 12 foot surf rod
August 13, 2017
Like the sealine 12 foot for all kinds of surf and jetty fishing. No rubber butcap is a minus.

My advice is to match overall weight and action to your intended use. I pair with lighter 4000 class reel to throw lures and spoons. Useful on the jetty to have the rodtip out over the rocks, but unwieldy retying line and etc. This pole is light enough in all respects to fight spotted bass and bonito/mackerel without overpowering the fish. Too heavy to throw jerkbaits or anything requiring finesse. But bonito splasher rig with 5 foot leader is easy to throw with 12 foot length.

This is a long casting rod with MH action, light enough to cast without tiring and throws a one ounce metal spoon easily.


By Ahmed
Doha, Doha
Very strong Rod
December 1, 2015
I purchased it with 15 ft , the advantage of that rod you can control it well and you can cast longer
it is very useful for jetty and inshore
Prosgood control , good quality
By court
,
Decent cast
January 16, 2014
I have the 15 foot spinning rod.. The top half of the rod is very flimsy while the bottom half is too stiff. This rod is so very heavy that it tires your arm after the second cast and it kills your arm when you try fighting a big fish. The only pros for this rod are the great super long casts it gives (but requires much effort), and daiwa's well balanced rod sense. Daiwa somehow managed to get the heavy rod balanced perfectly for casting. I wouldn't recommend this rod, try the tsunamis which are closely priced and much better.
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