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Two piece medium heavy rod for saltwater inshore, any idea? Pls

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Hi i am a venezuelan guy living in panama and need a good two piece spinnig rod becuse transport 1 piece is very hard for me, im going to fish inshore, only surf fishing, i need a medium heavy rod in the last case medium, any have a rod in mind? Thanks guys and sorry for me english 

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I have a Fenwick Methods rod. It comes with 5 sections and you can mix them up to give you a medium or medium heavy with either a fast or moderate action. Nice and versatile, would probably suit you.

 

https://www.basspro.com/shop/en/fenwick-methods-spinning-travel-rod

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Cabelas has a sale on inshore travel rods. Heard they are nice, don't have one personally but can't beat that price. I'd guess it's an all star or Penn rod.  http://www.cabelas.com/product/CABELAS-SALT-STRIKER-INSHORE-TRAVEL-SPINNING-RODS/2378210.uts?slotId=2

 

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I bought two three-piece Daiwa Ardito travel rods for inshore Striped Bass fishing and I've been very satisfied with them.  They offer them in casting and spinning versions, plus 11-foot surf-casting versions.  Great rods for the money, in my opinion.

 

Daiwa Ardito-TR travel rods

 

Tight lines,

Bob

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On 2/10/2018 at 5:24 PM, StanliMcKubrish said:

Hi i am a venezuelan guy living in panama and need a good two piece spinnig rod becuse transport 1 piece is very hard for me, im going to fish inshore, only surf fishing, i need a medium heavy rod in the last case medium, any have a rod in mind? Thanks guys and sorry for me english 

Una cana de "surf" entre siete y ocho pies de largo. Me gustan las Saint Croix, Tzunami y Daiwa, pero casi todas las marcas tienen buenas y de dos piezas. Invitame a pescar!...

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