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Inshore

BWC HSR 760-1

$379.00

An excellent 12-pound test, one-piece plug rod for salmon and steelhead. The 760 is also a perfect spinner rod for small rivers, and a terrific rod for drifting small baits for summer steelhead and fall silvers. It has a magnum-power butt and quick, light tip that delivers fast, accurate casts and good fish-fighting ability - whether you’re fishing from a boat or the bank. 

Salmon/Steel/UL

BWC HSR 821-1

$379.00

The original Gary Loomis plug rod, designed to fish Hot Shots, Wiggle Warts and other deep-diving steelhead lures. Built with a really fast taper and a magnum-power butt, this rod works well for light-duty backbouncing as well. But the place it really shines is in cross-over duties on the hunt for stripers and small sturgeon. It casts lures of up to a couple ounces no problem, and will handle up to 4 ounces in a trolling/mooching situation. The long rear grip and trigger reel seat give you total control. 

Salmon/Steel/UL

BWS HSR 760-1

$379.00

Here’s a really good 12-pound test rod for almost any spin situation. Long enough for extended casts, but never cumbersome, the HSR 760 makes an exceptional flats rod for redfish, bonefish and permit as well as its original targets, steelhead and smaller salmon species. A perfect spinner rod for small rivers, it has a magnum-power butt and a quick, light tip that delivers fast, accurate casts and good fish-fighting ability - whether you’re fishing from boat or bank. This rod also makes a nice one-piece rod for schoolie stripers and small bluefish. As new techniques come to light, some rods just shine. If you are twitching for silvers in the Pacific Northwest, the action of the 760 is perfect for picking up jigs.

Salmon/Steel/UL

FSC HSR 821-1

$245.00

The original Gary Loomis plug rod, designed to fish Hot Shots, Wiggle Warts and other deep-diving steelhead lures. Built with a really fast taper and a magnum-power butt, this rod works well for light-duty backbouncing as well. But the place it really shines is in cross-over duties on the hunt for stripers and small sturgeon. It casts lures of up to a couple ounces, no problem, and will handle up to 4 ounces in a trolling/mooching situation. The long rear grip and trigger reel seat give you total control. 

Salmon/Steel/UL

FSS HSR 760-1

$245.00

Here’s a really good 12-pound test rod for almost any spin situation. Long enough for extended casts, but never cumbersome, the HSR 760 makes an exceptional flats rod for redfish, bonefish and permit as well as its original targets, steelhead and smaller salmon species. A perfect spinner rod for small rivers, it has a magnum-power butt and a quick, light tip that delivers fast, accurate casts and good fish-fighting ability - whether you’re fishing from boat or bank. Also makes a nice one-piece rod for schoolie stripers and small bluefish. 

Inshore

FSS ISR 706-1

$245.00

The ISR 706 is a nice choice for pitching small iron or live bait to small tuna, yellowtail or calico bass if you’re a West Coast angler. Right Coasters will find it well suited for albacore, stripers, small grouper or cobia. It is lightweight in every sense of the word, but surprisingly powerful. It is rated for 12 to 25-pound test line and lures up to 1 ½ ounces.

$245.00

A delightfully powerful 7’11” one-piece rod for light-duty surf and breaker fishing. It is the perfect rod for summer and fall surf action for school bass, small blues and weakfish, but don’t let the light-duty part fool you. It handles light metal exceptionally well and has more than enough power in the butt-section to handle larger fish. It is an impressive rod with a nice, crisp tip, capable of tossing ½ to 1 ½ ounce lures out of sight, and you will have no problem pulling fish out of the wash and onto the beach. 

Inshore

FSS ISR 766-1

$245.00

length: 7'6" line: 12-25lb lure: 1/2-1 1/2oz pieces: 1 type: action: Fast power: Mag-H add'l info:

SilverWidow

SWC MBR 7108-1

$495.00

The MBR 7108 is an amazingly versatile rod. Despite the power behind this rod, the tip is softer than other heavy rods, making it flexible enough to cast Carolina rigs or jigs. Anglers also use it with great success slow rolling oversized spinnerbaits, pitching jigs, and muscling largemouth out of deep-water weedbeds. Muskie fisherman use it for big bucktail spinners. Salmon anglers backbounce bait with it. And the saltwater crowd even uses it for tarpon and large snook. All in all, it is an excellent fishing tool; its only limit may be the lack of time you have to chase after all those different species.