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Old 06-10-2019, 11:02 AM   #1
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Default Light weight surf rods

Heading back to the sand next week and need some lighter rods for surf fishing. I am having a hard time finding something 12-15' long, but as light weight as I can find. I have nice rods that I use for larger fish but want medium or lighter and any help is appreciated!
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St Croix, but they are expensive.
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St. Croix and Star make them up to 12', but they're not light to medium.
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I think the OP means the physical weight of the rod, not the power? Oh, wait, I see he did say medium or lighter.

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this might be a little late. I was nosing around Grays b&t and saw acouple of Okuma rods, a 10 and 11'er. really good surf rods for this area. Might be just what you are looking for
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