The 7' (5-35g), 7' 6" (7-21g), and the 7' 6" (7-28g) Lure rods feature a steely fast tip. They are aggressive and perfect for quick-fire lure fishing. If you’re walking around the coast and need to fire a lure quickly into a likely looking hole, these are your weapons of choice. They are also rather handy for the lure angler who spends some time afloat; where a short rod is required for better balance when fishing hard bodied lures at depth, as well as being able to make surface lures walk, slide, pop and dance.
For soft baits with jig heads starting as low as 10grams, the 8' (10-55g) and 9' (12-60g) Lure rods will handle just about anything. On the hard bodied lure front, they have the sort of tip that will impart life and action into any lure, whether they dive or fish the surface. The 8' and the 9' are very similar rods, and the choice will always be yours. However, think hard about which lures and soft baits you use, and where you are going to use them. Personally, we love the 8ft and think that for most UK lure anglers, it should now be the norm. And believe us, this rod will cast a lot further than you may think!
Unlike the other rods, the 10' (15-65g) Lure rod was designed with a softer butt and steelier mid section to allow it and the rock-hopping shore angler to fire the BIG poppers and contrasting deep divers across the shoreline.
The power is generated through the mid section when casting big lures, similar to the way some of our beach rods work. When casting bigger weights through slow loading and less physical effort, and slowing the cast down means the rod does the work. This gives the tip the ability to move larger lures and enables full control over the speeds needed for them to work properly.
All rods are supplied in a cloth bag.