Lamiglas Bluewater Series Rods

Lamiglas Bluewater Series Rods

$138.00 - $180.00
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TD Code
TypeLengthLure WeightLine WeightActionPrice
BW5850C
LAM-0256
Conventional5 ft. 8 in.
1 pc.
1 - 6 oz.
(160 - 270 g. Jig Wt.)
20 - 40 lb.
(80 - 200 Braid)
Moderate / Fast$138.00 USD
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BW6625C
LAM-0257
Conventional6 ft. 6 in.
1 pc.
1 - 6 oz.
(110 - 240 g. Jig Wt.)
12 - 25 lb.
(50 - 100 Braid)
Moderate / Fast$138.00 USD
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BW6640C
LAM-0258
Conventional6 ft. 6 in.
1 pc.
2 - 8 oz.20 - 40 lb.Moderate$138.00 USD
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BW7030C
LAM-0259
Conventional7 ft.
1 pc.
1 - 4 oz.15 - 30 lb.Moderate$138.00 USD
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BW8040S
LAM-0260
Spinning8 ft.
1 pc.
1 - 4 oz.15 - 40 lb.Fast$180.00 USD
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Lamiglas Bluewater Series Rods do not compromise in either durability or performance. Eva foam grips are perfect for offshore fishing and the actions are specifically matched to suit halibut, tuna, tarpon, king-fish, ling-cod, bottom-fish, and more. An aqua-blue finish and finely chosen guide wraps round out a beautiful design.

5 Stars based on 9 reviews
By Jose
Hialeah, FL
Awesome Rod
September 22, 2020
Besides the exceptional customer service tackle direct offers, i had an amazing experience with this rod, super light but super powerful and durable. Planning to buy my second one now.
Prosall
Consnone
By Alexander
Port Jefferson Station, NY
Good bottom fishing rod
April 25, 2019
Granted this rod was made in China it still met the quality you would expect from a product branding the Lamiglas name. I fished it in the long Island sound for bottom fish and it had good sensitivity and lots of power. For a boat rod it is pretty light in weight to. I expect may years of use out of it.
ProsPlenty of back bone Nice finish (blue looks sharp) Good sensitivity
ConsNot ideal for jigging
By Frank
Madison, CT
Beautiful Rods
February 20, 2019
Exceeded my expectations. Wish they had more.
By Karunakaran
Chennai, Tamilnadu
Lamiglas 8 ft rod.
November 26, 2018
I was looking for a good boat spinning rod and eventually ended with Lamiglas blue water 8 ft spinning. This is one of the good offshore spinning rod available in market with good backbone & sensitivity. Also you can use it for other application like jigging & trolling.
By Peter
Indianapolis, in
YES!!!
January 23, 2018
Super good looking. Didn’t get a chance to use it yet.
Plenty of back bone, sensitive tip, quality guides.
I will be ordering a few more. Thanks
By Patrick
Bordentown, NJ
Spot on product
December 26, 2017
2nd one I will have. Trolling and bottom fishing with this rod. Paired up with a Siegel (Truth) reel.
By Tristan
Brooklyn, NY
Worth every penny!
August 18, 2017
What a great rod! Paired with a Okuma CZ-12CSA Cortez its was perfectly adept at landing Black Sea Bass and Fluke while bucktailing as well as vertical jigging. Sensitive enough to feel every bottom feature and strike but with a solid backbone for pulling stubborn fish out of the rocks, this rod is light enough to fish all day! Highly recommended.
By John
Dallas, TX
Plenty of strength for jigging.
August 9, 2017
Light rod for jigging and tip action for casting.
Plenty of backbone for Jacks and snappers.
ProsLight & strong.
By Herb B.
Wantage, NJ
Perfect jig rod
May 28, 2017
I paired this rod with a Penn Squall reel and took it out for the NJ Fluke and Sea bass openers as my jig rod. Outstanding sensitivity with the braid, you could count the rocks it was bouncing over. Caught doubles , the rod had zero problems with bringing the fish up.The tip has a fairly fast taper making it great for flipping a jig and plenty of backbone for the heavy work. I can't wait to get this rod out to the middle ground markers for Mahi. Great rod with a great deal !
ProsLight weight, great sensitivity, plenty of backbone
Consnone at this time
13 Questions & 13 Answers
kevin
from Sacramento, CA asked:
May 6, 2019
would these rods be good for pacific yellowfin and bluefin tuna?
1 Answer
You would need someone way more stout for bluefin Tuna, something like a 5'6 bent butt or stand up rod heavy to xh or xxh
Submitted by: Bernie De Graaf on May 9, 2019

kevin
from Sacramento, CA asked:
May 6, 2019
would these match up with the avets sxj G2 5:3 and lx raptor 2 speed?
1 Answer
Yes, that would make a great combo 
Submitted by: Bernie De Graaf on May 8, 2019

Noah
from Macon, GA asked:
April 15, 2019
Would 8ft be a good rod for pier fishing with my Daiwa BG8000? If not what do you recommend in the price range?
1 Answer
Anything from 7 to 8ft will work well for pier fishing.
Submitted by: ethan matuzsan on April 17, 2019

Grindin'78
from Brooklyn, NY asked:
March 30, 2019
I like short rods usually under 6'6'' for party boat fishing and I don't like to take my expensive rods due to some rough handling and breaking in the past by deck hands.  I really like the 5'8"  and at a great price.  The mono range is right where it should be for my usage, but if I wanted to fish 50-65lb braid which is lighter than it's rated for it shouldn't have much of a negative performance effect going a little lighter would it?  This would be kind of a beater set up for me. Sort of like the cheap used auto you bought that will get the job done.  Probably pair it with my Release SG,  Okuma Metaloid 5II, Accurate 870N or Shimano Torium 30 depending on whether I'm going with mono or braid and what and how I'm fishing for the day.    Do you think it would still be a good choice for the charter boat beater rod?  Can't beat the price!!!
1 Answer
Sounds like a good combo for charters.
Submitted by: ethan matuzsan on April 13, 2019

Eric Pignataro
from New Jersey asked:
December 7, 2018
Need a rod to pair up with a shamano twin power 14000 for popping tuna
1 Answer
The twinpower will pair up well with the 80-120lb line weight OTI tuna sniper 2
Submitted by: Bernie on December 10, 2018

Craig
from RI asked:
May 8, 2020
Looking for an all round rod at this price point targeting fluke, sea bass, taug, & the occasional  striper. Matched w a Penn Squall 20. Thoughts ,recommendations 
1 Answer
Craig,

Depending on the length rod you'd prefer, I would Suggest either LAM-0257 or LAM-0259 as versatile options for what you are looking to do.
Submitted by: Ryan on May 13, 2020

Brian Fournier
from Charlton, Massachusetts asked:
May 3, 2018
Would a Penn Slammer 6500 pair well with the BW8040S?
1 Answer
I'd suggest stepping down to the 5500 to get the best size balance with that particular rod.
Submitted by: Devon on May 7, 2018

Andy
from Jetty country,nj asked:
February 14, 2018
Would the bw6625c model pair well enough with a Shimano tranx 300 for inshore fishing Jersey up to100’ ish? Flat fall jigs and bucktails.
1 Answer
The Lamiglas BW6625C would be a good rod to pair with the Shimano Tranx 300 jigging in the weight range.
Submitted by: Donald on February 15, 2018

Noah
from Barnstable, Massachusetts asked:
July 13, 2017
Would the 7 foot trolling and live bait rod be good for trolling for striped bass or would the 6 foot 6 inch rod be better
1 Answer
Most anglers would prefer a 6'6" over a 7' for trolling, but either length would work.
Submitted by: Devon on July 15, 2017

Brentwood guy
from NorCal asked:
April 1, 2017
Are these made in the USA?
1 Answer
The Lamiglas Bluewater Series Rods are made in the USA. Thank you for considering TackleDirect for your fishing needs.
Submitted by: Donald on April 4, 2017

Nathan
from Panama City asked:
April 1, 2017
Would this be a good rod for throwing jigs at cobia?
1 Answer
I would suggest a spinning setup for that application. The spinning model of the Bluewater series would work but may be a little too long for your liking.
Submitted by: Devon on April 3, 2017

Dave
from NC asked:
March 22, 2017
Which rod would pair best with an Avet SX for California Yellowtail an yo-yo jigging?
1 Answer
The Lamiglas BW6625C Blue Water Series Offshore Jigging Conventional Rod - 6 ft. 6 in. would pair well jigging for yellow tail. Thank you for considering TackleDirect for your fishing needs.
Submitted by: Donald on March 23, 2017

Cameron
from Kyle, Texas asked:
March 21, 2017
Is the 7 foot conventional rod good for jigging for tuna and amberjacks
1 Answer
The Lamiglas Bluewater Series Rods would be good rods and suitable jigging for tuna and amberjacks. These Bluewater blanks are made of a composite of graphite and fiberglass. This blend of materials is ideal for saltwater boat blanks as they are surprisingly light in the hand, but powerful and strong. Thank you for considering TackleDirect for your fishing needs.
Submitted by: Donald on March 21, 2017

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