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TackleDirect Saltwater Rods
TackleDirect Platinum and Silver Hook Series Rods are high performance and the result of stringent 'on the water' design and testing by some of the finest sport anglers around the world. Whether you are deep dropping for swordfish, dredge or kite fishing for billfish, or sight casting to tailing redfish, TackleDirect has a saltwater fishing rod to get the job done.
Platinum Hook Series rods feature bluewater tournament proven blanks and components, helping to give you complete confidence on your next trip to land a fish of a lifetime. All Platinum Hook rods are built on Blackfin Rod blanks in the USA with nothing but the highest quality of components from Aftco, Fuji, and Winthrop. Daytime swordfish rods, dredge rods, kite rods, tuna stand up rods, and white marlin rods range throughout the Platinum Hook series of rods, giving you the opportunity to outfit your boat like the pros.
Silver Hook Series rods offer high performance and durability, all at an unbelievable value. This series of rods are perfect for the angler looking to get the most bang for their buck, who also does not want to sacrifice on performance. Offshore models range from offshore standup conventional rods capable of handling tuna, marlin, wahoo, and dolphin, and a spinning model geared towards sailfish, striped bass and dolphin, while the inshore rods can handle anything from tautog and sheepshead to red drum and speckled trout. Two additional inshore travel rods are also thrown in for good measure for your next vacation or trip.