Lamiglas Insane Surf Rods

Lamiglas Insane Surf Rods

$128.00 - $138.00
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Model
TD Code
TypeLengthActionLure Weight
(oz)
Line Weight
(lb)
HandlePrice
LIS 9 MS
LAM-0206
Spinning9ft
2 pcs
Mod/Fast1-312-252$128.00 USD
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Oversize Packaging Required
LIS 10 MS
LAM-0207
Spinning10ft
2 pcs
Mod/Fast1-315-252$128.00 USD
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Oversize Packaging Required
LIS 10 MHS
LAM-0208
Spinning10ft
2 pcs
Mod/Fast2-517-402$128.00 USD
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Oversize Packaging Required
LIS 11 MHS
LAM-0209
Spinning11ft
2 pcs
Mod/Fast2-617-402$138.00 USD
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Oversize Packaging Required
The Lamiglas Insane surf rods are cutting edge technology rods. These rods provide perfectly tuned action. These rods also feature x-flock handles, and heat shrunk grips that are comfortable and tough.

  • Lamiglas tapers
  • Aluminum oxide guides
  • Finished with black and red wraps
  • Lamiglas one year limited warranty
3 Stars based on 18 reviews
By Andrew
Lanoka Harbor, NJ
Good all rounder
October 17, 2020
Good quality rod especially for the price. Bought this only a few months ago in the beginning of summer. I’m from the east coast and have caught stripers and flounders so far with it. Used it all summer and into fall and it’s holding up just fine. Even caught a large dogfish and held up great!
By dan
RI
crappy reel seat nut/threads
September 19, 2020
Reel Seat nut strips easily. Shallow threads do not provide enough bite and hold.
By JDS
CALIFORNIA
Great and affordable rod
December 20, 2019
I got 11 footer 2-6 lbs and used it mainly for crabbing and no problem encountered. Very strong rod and affordable lamiglas rod. I will rate this as 5 star.
By james
,
good rod but eyelets needs work
November 24, 2019
Good rod but it can eyelets chip easily
By Keith
Windham, Maine
1/10
July 21, 2019
Absolutely disappointed. Ive owned this surf rod for less than a month and already had the largest eyelet become unattached while it wasn’t in use. I bought this expecting quality. It’s anything but. 1/10 would not recommend
By Pete
Millsboro, DE
Good rod and excellent service
March 23, 2019
I currently own the 10’ version of the Insane Surf roughly over 2 years now. I don’t have many complaints about it. It’s does everything pretty well, but doesn’t wow you over any aspect of it. For the price it’s a good rod and you could spend a little more a better rod. Lamiglas has one of the best service ever. I broke my rod ( user error) and they will give me a new rod for $50 you really can’t beat that.
By Steven F.
Long Island NY
Nice Rod for the $$$
November 11, 2018
I have the 9ft model paired with a penn spinfisher VI 4500bls and 20lb braid. The rod fishes well. It casts very well with salt pro's, bombers, redfins, bucktails to 1.5 oz and soft plastics. Pushed the rod to it's limits with a pencil popper that weighed about 2.5 oz but it handles well with tins and diamond jigs to 3.oz. So far I have had a lot of fun with schoolie stripedbass from 18" - 26" on soft plastics and bucktails during a sandeel run off FINS. My only issue and criticism is the ferret always seems a little loose and I find myself constantly checking it to make sure that it is on well and not twisting too much when I cast. The rod could use 1 or 2 more guides in my opinion but the 4 guide - 1 tip is still a good set up, but with larger fish I do worry that there could be a flat spot in the bend which could become an issue. Still a great rod I'd say 4.5 stars but they won't let you give the extra half star.
ProsGreat price. Casts well. Fishes well.
ConsPossible flat spot in the guide layout and a the ferret connection could be more secure. Still a very good rod for the price.
By Jeffrey
Auburn, MA
Ok rod, spend a little extra for better.
March 23, 2018
I own 2 of these and in my opinion they struggle to keep up with other rods priced roughly the same.
By Michael R.
New Rochelle,NY
Dont buy Lamiglas..won't stand behind their product in case of failure
September 7, 2017
Bought surf rod..was good to me and good until it snapped unexpectedly..got in touch with Lamiglas and getting run around:" oh this one was an import rod,hence no warranty after 1 year"..well first of all did not state that anywhere nor did the price reflect a throw away rod..build a proper product that your brand/reputation can stand behind or not..don't come up with excuses when they fail but help your customer..and yes the communications with service department were painful..seems they never got my point(or did not want to and played dumb..quite successfully may i say)..never again Lamiglas..
Merchant Response:They post a 1 year warranty right on the rod when you buy it?
ProsGood rod while it lasted
ConsHorrible if/when it goes wrong
By Jan A.
San Francisco, California
Great rod but snaps very quick
July 18, 2017
First of all they sent me a rod that have cracks already and returned to exchange it for a new one. After having this rod for three weeks and three trips of fishing and catching a few, the rod finally snaps on the tip of the backbone while casting. I dont even know if its a defect or the way they handle the rod at tackledirect. Ive been using lamiglas for a long time now and i had a surf rod that lasted for 4 years til it snapped that's why i decided to buy a new surf rod. But this is what i got. Money wasted!

1st image: first rod
2nd image: second rod
By Nick
Kentucky
Great Purchase
November 27, 2016
Solid rod, very light but strong. Great sensitivity that carries through the length of the rod.
By Surf l.
Md
Best surf rod for the price
October 14, 2016
It is very light, durable..
Ive paired with "van staal" VR200
It has no problem with slammer blues..
For the price i really think it is best surf rod.. in that price range
By Gary
Westchester, NY
11' is a great rod
September 4, 2016
I beached a number of brown sharks on the Long Island shore; the 2 biggest almost 5'. Rod handled beautifully.
ProsIt's a Lamiglas at a low cost.
By Alex
Pozzuoli, Italy
Inlet Rod
August 4, 2016
This is the rod I take as a backup when I am bucktailing inlets. Good amount of power and good features. I highly recommend it to anyone that needs a good rod at a reasonable price.
By Vince
Riverside, NJ
American made?
February 26, 2016
So, i was reliving a near loss of a keeper with this Lami insane 10'ft.
like the other fella said, snapped right at the same point.
my buddy is dogging me saying that the rod wasn't made in the normal Lami factory.

any details on that??
Proslight, responsive, you can feel a fish fart from 20ft away i love it, but i think it's odd the other guy had the same snap, in the same location. then i hear about the fraudulent claims for the where abouts
Conssnapped, questions about the origins of the making
12 Questions & 12 Answers
Jacinto.bermeo luzcando
from Ecuador asked:
November 4, 2019
Por favor cuanto pesa la de 11 pies 
1 Answer


No tenemos uno aquí para pesar

Submitted by: Ethan on November 4, 2019

Johnny boy
from Northern California asked:
August 2, 2018
I have the lis10mhc and I was wondering what is a good casting reel to get best performance for the rod
1 Answer
These would be spinning rods that would pair well with a surf spinning reel like the Shimano Ultegra xtd. If you were looking for a surf casting reel I would suggest the Avet SX G2 5.3 MC but not with this rod
Submitted by: Bernie on August 8, 2018

Mohamad
from Singapore asked:
April 14, 2020
Where is this rod made?
1 Answer
Lamiglas Rods come from Washington, USA. 
Submitted by: Sydney on April 14, 2020

John Bozzella
from Yankton, SD asked:
December 28, 2019
The Lamiglas Insane Surf 9 foot fishing rod has 5 or 6 guides plus tip ? Also does the 2 piece split at 50/50 ?  And does this rod have a hook set ? The description is vague. Thank You Much.
1 Answer
The Insane Surf 9 ft has 5 guides including the tip. This rod does not have a hook keeper. 
Submitted by: eli rascati on January 2, 2020

Albert Mendoza
from Saudi Arabia asked:
May 28, 2017
Sir what is the breakdown of 10 ft , 50 / 50? thank you!
1 Answer
The breakdown for the lamiglas insane rods are 50/50.
Submitted by: Donald on May 31, 2017

Sam
from Yarmouth, ME asked:
May 10, 2017
Would the 9ft model be good for throwing sp minnows plugs and bucktails?
1 Answer
The 9' model would useful throwing bucktails and sp minnow plugs.
Submitted by: Donald on May 10, 2017

Ganon
from NEW YORK asked:
September 5, 2016
How many ounces is this rod LIS11MHS?
1 Answer
This rod weighs 8.5 oz.
Submitted by: Donald on September 8, 2016

Gilbert
from Granada Hills ,CA asked:
May 30, 2016
Are the guides of 10MS the modern ones(slanting) and how many?
1 Answer
The guides are straight, not slanted and there are 6 guides including tip.
Submitted by: Donald on June 7, 2016

brandon
from Chicago, Illinois asked:
May 11, 2015
What is the weight of the 9'0 and 10'0 MS?
1 Answer
Brandon, The 9 Ft weights 8 ounces, and the 10ft weights 9.6 ounces.
Submitted by: Frank on May 11, 2015

Vic
from Iloilo City, Philippines asked:
March 12, 2015
Hi, Please advise me about the reel seat and guides. Are they Fuji? Or an alternative? Can I use this rod (L=10') for using bait (live shrimps, fish fillets, etc) in the surf? Awaiting your advice and recommendation. Vic
1 Answer
Hello Vic. These rods use WeBo reel seats and fuji guides. It would be a great rod for the application you would be using it for. Please feel free to contact us if you have any more questions!
Submitted by: Brandon on March 12, 2015

patrick
from cape may asked:
January 29, 2015
how stiff is rod at the tip. will a 5oz and bunker chunk bend the hell out of it or not? I know its rated too 8 but don't want a lose backbone...thanks
1 Answer
These are moderate action/fast tip rods. They will handle 5oz weight and bait. The action means it will bend further down the blank, but you will have plenty of backbone to fight the fish.
Submitted by: Customer Service on February 3, 2015

patrick
from cape may asked:
January 29, 2015
how stiff is rod at the tip. will a 5oz and bunker chunk bend the hell out of it or not? I know its rated too 8 but don't want a lose backbone...thanks
1 Answer
These are moderate action/fast tip rods. They will handle 5oz weight and bait. The action means it will bend further down the blank, but you will have plenty of backbone to fight the fish.
Submitted by: Customer Service on February 3, 2015

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