Rods are the most important part and depending on the trip you will be taken the rod has to be either extremely strong or flexible.
This will all come back in the price you want to pay for it. Let’s go over a couple with a small review in it.
St. Croix LegendXtreme Inshore
Winner of the 2013 ICAST tradeshow Best Saltwater Rod, the St. Croix LegendXtreme Inshore saltwater fishing rod features an Integrated Poly Curve tooling technology that combines with Taper Enhancement technology and Advanced Reinforcing technology to create a strong rod that is extremely sensitive. Other features of the this rod include Kigan Master Hand Zero Tangle guides that prevent against tangles and saltwater corrosion, and a Fuji SK2 split reel seat that is lightweight and sensitive.
Daiwa BEEFSTICK SF Fiberglass
A heavy-duty option, the Daiwa BEEFSTICK SF Fiberglass Surf Rod comes in both spinning and casting varieties. These Daiwa rods contain a tubular fiberglass blank, a stainless-hooded composite reel seat, heavy-framed ceramic guides, and a non-slip EVA grip with a rubber butt cap.
Blackfin Rods Fin Series
Professional-grade rods, the Blackfin Rods Fin Series are for deep-sea fishing. Calling the Fin Series its most accomplished line, the spinning rods contain an EVA butt and fore grips, and Fuji graphite reel seats with Fuji aluminum oxide guides for durability and top performance.