Star Paraflex Stand-Up Boat Rods

Star Paraflex Stand-Up Boat Rods

High density graphite with a thick-walled, thin-diameter blank gives an even bend throughout the rod curve. This gives steady and even pressure against the fish.

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Model
TD Code
TypeLengthLine Weight (lb)ActionReel SeatGuides + TipGuidesForegripButtStylePrice
PGSU59MH
STA-0273
Stand-up5' 9''20-40 Mono
30-120 Braid
Med-HeavyGraphite8Fuji Concept Silicone Nitride12'' Foam12'' PowerButt w/ Aluminum GimbalD$199.95 USD
PGSU59H
STA-0274
Stand-up5' 9''30-50 Mono
30-180 Braid
HeavyGraphite8Fuji Concept Silicone Nitride12'' Foam12'' PowerButt w/ Aluminum GimbalD$199.95 USD
PGSU59XH
STA-0275
Stand-up5' 9''50-80 Mono
30-200 Braid
X-HeavyAluminum8Fuji Concept Silicone Nitride w/ Aftco Top12'' Foam12'' PowerButt w/ Aluminum GimbalE$199.95 USD
PGSU59XXH
STA-0276
Stand-up5' 9''50-100 Mono
50-200 Braid
XX-HeavyAluminum8Fuji Concept Silicone Nitride w/ Aftco Top12'' Foam12'' PowerButt w/ Aluminum GimbalE$199.95 USD
High density graphite with a thick-walled, thin-diameter blank gives an even bend throughout the rod curve. This gives steady and even pressure against the fish. Like a modern hunting bow flexes as you pull back, power is generated evenly giving unrelenting lifting power. Fuji silicon nitride or alconite concept guides and Fuji or Stuart reel seats convey this awesome power from the reel. These rods are a perfect match for the powerful drags on the light weight powerful conventional and spinning reels now on the market. Unrelenting rods for unrelenting reels whether flat lining for yellowtail snapper, trolling for yellow fin tuna or casting to huge tarpon there is a Paraflex rod for you.
5 Stars based on 8 reviews
By Robert M.
FL
Great rod
January 30, 2019
Well made rod comes with sic guides!
By Rob M.
Ireland
XXH
April 10, 2018
Paired this rod with an AVET raptor with 80lbs braid. Had my first ‘proper’ fish with it at the weekend, a 200lbs + Porbeagle shark and it handled 26lbs of drag no problem. Quality finish and plenty of power. Lots of bang for your buck at the price.
By Joey
Baton Rouge, LA
Best rod on the market
March 12, 2018
I am a charter captain in south Louisiana and I won't use any other rod than the Star Paralfex! Great flexibility and is able to hold out against plus size yellowfin tuna. I have had these for two years and do not have one single complaint.
By Michael
Newnan, GA
Good rod
December 3, 2016
Good job to Star rods on this one. The blank is very strong and overall light weight. I paired the rod with a Truth SG and have been happy with the performance so fare. The craftmenship is well done and the choice and placement of the guides match the SG perfectly. I'm glad to see they used tangle-free guides for the entire rod unlike the spinning model.
By Mike
Ga
Good rod
September 20, 2016
I have the MH paired with a truth sg spooled with 40lb braid.
The biggest fish I've caught is 15lb, which the rod handled with ease.
I'm sure this rod could handle 50lb + fish it didn't snap when trying to lift my two dogs in there crate!
ProsLight weight Good components Comfortable
ConsNone
By RAY
FLA
STAR ROD
February 25, 2015
EXCELLENT ROD
By Joel
Theodore, AL
beautiful rod
December 25, 2014
Paired the xxh with a tiagra 16 2 speed. Awesome set up. Great star rod quality. Beautiful rod!
By William
Cranston, RI
Light and strong
May 25, 2013
I matched these with 30 Santiago reels for a lightweight combo. I was a little nervous that the rod was too light for these reels,, but the blank is Strong and it turned out to be an awesome combo.
ProsWeight to strength ratio Feel
ConsPowerbutt - hopefully ok, but obviously not as strong as a metal butt.
3 Questions & 3 Answers
Vince
from Mobile Alabama asked:
January 8, 2017
Does the pgsu59XXH have a roller tip?
1 Answer
Yes.
Submitted by: Devon on January 9, 2017

Mike
from Georgia asked:
October 16, 2015
Would the MH be overkill for a truth sg with 40 lb braid? I'm looking for a good versatile rod to pair with this reel. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!
1 Answer
I do not think that it would be overkill, but it would also depend entirely on what you are fishing for. If you are looking for just a general do it all combo, I would say that rod and reel would be a good choice.
Submitted by: David on October 19, 2015

Joe
from Woodstown NJ asked:
April 18, 2012
Difference between stand up rod & boat rod
1 Answer
The main difference is the standup boat rods have slick butt's for going in and out of the rod holder and the regular conventional boat rods come with foam butts.
Submitted by: Customer Service on April 18, 2012

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