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Daiwa Surf Fishing Rods

Daiwa surf fishing rods are high quality fishing rods designed for surf or pier fishing. Daiwa are a Japanese fishing company who have been producing excellent fishing equipment since 1958. Daiwa surf rods are designed withstand the barrage of coastal waves and currents, and are made from high quality durable modern materials. A selection of their most popular models are described below.

Saltiga Ballistic

The Saltiga ballistic is a premier quality surf fishing rod. Saltiga rods are available in classic Daiwa construction or else in blank form. Blank form rods are designed for custom construction. Blank rods may be available deconstructed or else pre constructed to the sellers specifications. The Saltiga features Power Slim super volume fibre graphite for a highly sensitive and super lightweight feel. The Saltiga also features Daiwa's V-Flex ferrule system for toughness and responsiveness, spinning and conventional casting reels, Fuji alconite guides, a Fuji reel sett, and an adjustable balance weight. The Saltiga is 13 feet 3 inches in length.

New Team Daiwa

The New Team Daiwa is made with high modulus carbon graphite and extra high volume fibre low resin for exceptional strength and sensitivity. The New Team comes with exclusive Fuji black matt hooded reel seats, Fuji Alconite ring guides, and tangle free K shape frame. Models range from 7 foot to 12 foot rod lengths.

Emblem Pro Surf Rods

Emblem Pro Surf rods are designed for the high performance Emblem Pre Ex surf reels and Emblem Pro A surf reels. Emblem Pro Surf rods feature a slim profile and are exceptionally lightweight and responsive. The new range has improved aesthetics, and has an X patterned shrink rubber handle. The rood features a black stainless steel anodised reel handle. The Emblem Pro Surf rod range is available in 11 and 12 foot models.

In addition to rods Daiwa produce a range of high quality reels , lines, floats , and nets.

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