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Top 5 Best Surf Fishing Rod and Reel Combos of 2020

Identifying the best surf fishing rod and reel combo is kinda fraught. The first hurdle is this; How does one choose a surf rod and reel combo when surf dwelling fish species vary in size from just over a pound to punching well in excess of 700 pounds?

After considering all the options our top picks were…

Once you’ve bent your head around that ridiculous variable, the next critical issue becomes weather and surf conditions.

A surf outfit you fished perfectly yesterday, is literally a hindrance today. This is because the weather and conditions can vary and change quickly and dramatically.

In short, variables in conditions and target species bring into play the full gamut of rod/reel outfits…and you haven’t even considered preferred fishing technique yet – will you cast heavy metal slices? Or will you fish live baits?

Despite the hazards and pitfalls attached to selecting surf rod and reel combos, we’re going to scale this fish. By the end of the article, you’ll no doubt find a surf combo that’s suitable for you.

The Picks…

The Heavy Combo

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This combo is for anglers chasing a larger class of surf fish. They demand quality and performance, and a rig that encourages an aggressive approach to fishing. They use live baits and big lures, and they don’t care if the surf’s up.

Daiwa Saltist 6500

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Tica UGSA Dolphin12H2S

Who is this Combo for?

This combo is for anglers chasing a larger class of surf fish. They demand quality and performance, and a rig that encourages an aggressive approach to fishing. They use live baits and big lures, and they don’t care if the surf’s up.

The Budget Combo

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This combo is ideal for those anglers on a strict budget. It’s also great for the novice angler, those new to beach fishing, or for those anglers who are a little careless or hard on their fishing gear.

Penn Battle II 6000

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Penn Battalion Surf 10 Foot

Who is this Combo for?

This combo is ideal for those anglers on a strict budget. It’s also great for the novice angler, those new to beach fishing, or for those anglers who are a little careless or hard on their fishing gear.

This combo is the perfect example of being able to buy great kit while remaining frugal. You really don’t need several hundred dollars to get access to the best fish the surf can offer.

A Whopping Big Disclaimer…(Copout??)

Before we hit the punchline, I best highlight my approach to this, else risk avid surf punters throwing their week-old chum at me.

I simply can’t cover every popular (and niche) approach to surf fishing. As I mentioned in the intro, surf fishing covers so much.

You can fish the surf with the lightest of finesse gear. You can also fish game reels as big as they come, strapped to rods as thick as baseball bats, and rated to 130 pounds…

Of course, there’s everything in between. And that’s, more or less, where I’ll be heading in this article.

Sticking With Modern Traditions

Even standard surf outfits cover reel sizes 3000 to 10000 (and bigger), and rods of 9 feet to 15 feet. There are countless worthy combinations in that lot alone. And that’s just spin.

Sticking with Spin Reels For Now

We’ll only consider spin outfits in this article. While that might disappoint the overhead/casting enthusiast, I’m of the strong opinion that the average angler is far better served in the surf using spin.

There are some brilliant options for purist surf anglers familiar with the Australian style side-cast reels such as the famous Alvey. If you haven’t seen a side cast reel before. Watch the video below to see it in action.

Alvey Side Cast Reel

This is worthy of an article all to itself and possibly more appealing to the diehard surf fishing tragic (or those on the way to earning this status). Stay tuned for that later.

Certain Size Range

I’m going to select reel sizes from 4000 to 6000 only. With these sizes, you’re getting surf dwelling fish from a couple of pounds, without being overkill, to over 30 pounds without being underpowered.

These reel sizes cover a massive range of surf targets and techniques.

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When you purchase your surf combo make sure you purchase a spare spool. This way you can spool up one spool with your rods minimum line rating and one spool with its maximum. (Or a variation of this).

This way, you’re covered for a much broader range of targets, conditions, and techniques with the one outfit.

The Non-combo Combo

It’s very important to tell you now that you are unlikely to find the rod/reel outfits I’ve listed here for sale anywhere as a package. 

you are unlikely to find the rod/reel outfits I’ve listed here for sale anywhere as a package…

These are surf rod/reel combinations I am compiling. I’ll be using my 40 years surf fishing experience, and my (reasonable) knowledge of the latest surf gear, to recommend balanced surf outfits, taking out the guesswork, and making it easy for you.

If one of the combinations I mention here floats your boat, it’s more than likely you’ll have to purchase rod and reel separately.

Yes, this may negate the package deal dollar benefits of a combo. But there’s a very good reason I’m doing this which I’ll address shortly.

Buying Fishing Rod/Reel Combos. A little History and Background

The rod/reel combo package has been around for decades. Traditionally, the combo was a budget option for casual anglers and weekend danglers.

Affordability, as well as ensuring purchasers received a balanced, fit for purpose rod and reel, has benefits that have kept the package deal alive and well.

Not Up To Standard

However, generally speaking, the quality was/is not great, with performance and durability usually entry-level at best, or at worst substandard.

While this remains the case today, there are many tackle shops that put together well-balanced combos of genuine quality. These package deals are still not really targeting the experienced angler, however.

surf packages, in particular, are usually entry-level standard…

You will find surf packages, in particular, are usually entry-level standard. There are exceptions to this. As I said, some good tackle shops will offer surf combos suitable for the more discerning angler.

RECOMMENDATION

But I would always recommend that anglers serious about quality and performance, think very carefully about purchasing packaged surf rod/reel combos online. 

Combos Online

While researching this article I checked out popular fishing gear hotspot websites for surf combos. I was disappointed, but not surprised, most big online sellers are a bit of a dumping ground when it comes to surf combos.

There’s plenty of cheap telescopic rods with the most basic of basic entry-level reels, but nigh on no combos of serious quality that I would ever recommend.

Essentially, that’s why I’m putting some combos together myself; so surf anglers shopping online for genuine quality and performance can perhaps find a bargain combo, even if they have to purchase rod and reel separately.

Man Surf Fishing on the Shore
Man Surf Fishing on the Beach

Quality and Performance Is Preferred on the Beach

Quality

Yep, you can find a really cheap surf fishing combo online. However, ‘cheap’ is a poor option for the surf.

In my opinion, surf fishing has the most impact on your gear. Sand and salt take no prisoners. Dropping your reel into a wet sandy slurry is devastating for reels. And you can guarantee it will happen.

Sand and salt take no prisoners. Dropping your reel into a wet sandy slurry is devastating for reels…

Protection from this is a must. But keep in mind even the best reel will succumb to a surf reel poorly cared for. Well-sealed reels are great, but certainly not foolproof.

Set rods will often fall over as a wave rushes up the beach. This ram feeds your expensive reel with a nasty sandy slurry that will degrade your reel fast.

Rods can suffer too. Sand gets in feral joints and rust will often develop where metal guide frames meet the rod and around the guide ring insert.

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Ensuring you only ever purchase quality surf gear and maintain it is the best way to beat the harsh surfside elements.

Performance

You’ve hit the surf rigged with a light 9-foot rod and a 4000 reel in an effort to prove to your buddies that you actually can get good winter flounder on the beach.

You bought this cheap and cheerful rod and reel new on eBay for 50 bucks. Well, you didn’t get a touch from a flounder, but you were monstered by a 15 pound plus stripy as you were reeling in your worm.

Well, your drag fails, your rod is not the slightest bit responsive – far too slow, and in 20 seconds you lose a prize fish. This is such a common story.

Even though you were fishing light, had you had top-shelf gear, you would have had the power and endurance to best this prize stripy.

Just because you’re rigged for panfish doesn’t mean you won’t hook a monster…

Absolutely anything can turn up on the beach, and often when you least expect it. Just because you’re rigged for panfish doesn’t mean you won’t hook a monster. If you’re fishing high-performance gear, you give yourself a chance to land that prize fish.

High-performance rods and reels often punch well above their advertised specs.

Man Surf Fishing at the Beach
Man Surf Fishing at the Beach

Important Note on Sizes, Ratings and Performance Optimization

As many of you may already know, there are, more or less, no measurement standards in most fishing gear, particularly reels. A 5000 reel size and specs will differ (sometimes a lot) across manufacturers.

A balanced rod combo for casting heavy metal slices will not perform as well for other applications…

Another consideration is performance optimization. A balanced rod combo for casting heavy metal slices will not perform as well for other applications – say, casting lighter flesh or live baits.

Unless you have a specific rod and reel for every application, there is always some level of compromise. For many anglers, 8 or 9 rod/reel combos to cover all surf applications for optimum performance is simply not affordable, or practical.

To cover the broadest range of surf targets, techniques and conditions, you will be compromising performance in some areas…

To cover the broadest range of surf targets, techniques and conditions, you will be compromising performance in some areas, while optimizing in others.

For practicality, I will make an assumption that you are purchasing one surf fishing combo to satisfy all of your surf fishing applications.

5 Great Surf Fishing Combos

There are 5 surf fishing combos outlined below. Any one of these combos will work nicely as your go-to surf fishing outfit.

  1. The Heavy Combo – For tackling a larger class of fish, while still giving access to a smaller, medium size of fish
  2. The Budget Combo – Affordable, without compromising quality and performance
  3. The Dream Combo – The best money can buy
  4. The Mid-price Combo – Top-shelf performance without the need for a second mortgage
  5. The Lightweight Combo – For sport, and targeting a smaller class of fish

NOTE

All of the combos below will almost certainly need to be purchased separately.

You can rest assured, each rod and reel combo below is well balanced and will work beautifully together. They’re a match made in surf fishing heaven.

The Heavy Combo

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This combo is for anglers chasing a larger class of surf fish. They demand quality and performance, and a rig that encourages an aggressive approach to fishing. They use live baits and big lures, and they don’t care if the surf’s up.

Daiwa Saltist 6500

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Tica UGSA Dolphin12H2S

Many surf anglers simply want to hit the surf for big fish. We want to cast live baits, big flesh baits and big heavy lures and metal slices. Importantly, however, they also don’t want to hold carry or cast a 10, 15 or 20,000 size reel. Yep, they’re heavy.

We’re after massive stripy, big black drum, sheepshead as well as Spaniards and tuna…just to name a few. This combo offers both access and sport, as well as the refined performance and the grunt to tackle big fish and tough conditions.

This combo offers both access and sport, as well as the refined performance and the grunt to tackle big fish and tough conditions…

The rod is well equipped with quality fittings including Fuji Alconite, Fuji DPS reel seats and detail touches such as a hook keeper. It’s incredibly powerful, yet light enough to beat fatigue.

The Saltist spin reel is often referred to as the poor man’s Saltiga. It packs incredible power and is well sealed for durability and consistent performance. It’s Ideal for surf conditions. The Saltist sports a body full of Daiwa’s flagship spin reel technologies.

There’s 15kg of Daiwa’s flagship drag system, and it will turn the biggest of fish toward the beach…if it takes a while, that’s ok too, because spool capacities are very generous.

Can be a bit Pricey

While this combo isn’t cheap, it won’t completely break the bank. The bonus is that this combo will last a fishing lifetime if well maintained. It’s a great investment.

Who is this Combo for?

This combo is for anglers chasing a larger class of surf fish. They demand quality and performance, and a rig that encourages an aggressive approach to fishing. They use live baits and big lures, and they don’t care if the surf’s up.

This combo is for anglers chasing a larger class of surf fish…

However, they also want to know that they’re not so heavily rigged that they’re skull-dragging a medium class of fish, negating any sense of sport. This combo offers power but with serious refinement, feel and sensitivity.

While an advanced angler’s combo, this rig is for any angler who wants to pitch their skills against a larger class of fish in tough conditions. They like big, and they like casting long.

It’s important to reiterate that it’s not ALL about size, however. There are much bigger reels for hunting the surf. The 6500 Saltiga offers a level of refinement that makes this a reasonable option as a go-to surf rig, whatever you target, whatever the conditions.

Specs

  • Specs for the Daiwa Saltist 6500
  • Aluminum Body
  • Magseal
  • Digigear II
  • Air Rotor
  • Air Bail
  • ABS II
  • Twistbuster II
  • ATD (Tournament drag system)
  • 8+1 Ball bearing system
  • Gear Ratio: 5.3
  • Retrieve:123cm
  • Weight: 850
  • Max Drag: 15kg
  • Mono Capacity: 20lb/370yds, 25lb/310yds, 30lb/260yds
  • Braid Capacity: PE 5 (50lb) /500m, PE6 (60lb)/400m
  • Specs for the Tica UGSA Dolphin12H2S
  • Constructed of high modulus TC3 graphite material
  • Specially designed powerful surf casting rod
  • High-quality FUJI Alconite tip guide
  • FUJI HARDLOY ring guides
  • FUJI DPS reel seat
  • Special TICA sliding foldable hook keeper
  • High quality non-slip cork tape handle
  • Fast action TC3 graphite surf rods
  • Lightweight and sensitivity
  • Custom diamond wraps
  • Length: 12 feet
  • Line Class: 15 to 40 pound
  • Action: Fast
  • Power: Heavy
  • Lures: 4 to 10 oz
  • Pieces: 2
  • Weight: 20.11 oz
  • See the full specs for the Daiwa Saltist 6500

The Budget Combo

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This combo is ideal for those anglers on a strict budget. It’s also great for the novice angler, those new to beach fishing, or for those anglers who are a little careless or hard on their fishing gear.

Penn Battle II 6000

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Penn Battalion Surf 10 Foot

Yes, you can certainly find cheaper. But you get to a point where the quality and performance slips so much the value is seriously questionable. This combo offers genuine quality and performance.

This combo offers genuine quality and performance…

The noticeable difference is that things get a little heavier and bigger as the price drops. The reels aren’t as smooth and powerful, the rods are a little chunkier and don’t have the same level of responsiveness as with their more expensive cousins.

Also, while the Battle still has stainless shielded bearings, which is good for protection, they lack the sealing and corrosion protection of the more expensive reels.

Can Handle Most Fish

However, you still get access to an amazingly broad range of surf dwelling fish in all fishable conditions.

While a little cumbersome for smaller species, you won’t feel as though you’re belting them with a winch and iron bar.

You’ll still have plenty of sport catching whiting, flounder or smaller pompano if you’re rigged light as possible.

It comes into its own with a medium class of fish and you’ll love catching stripies, drum, and bluefish of the 5 to 12-pound range all day long. The good thing is you still have plenty of brute power should a small shark or mature red drum take your live bait.

Who is this Combo for?

This combo is ideal for those anglers on a strict budget. It’s also great for the novice angler, those new to beach fishing, or for those anglers who are a little careless or hard on their fishing gear.

This combo is ideal for those anglers on a strict budget…

This combo is the perfect example of being able to buy great kit while remaining frugal. You really don’t need several hundred dollars to get access to the best fish the surf can offer.

The Penn combo is affordable, performance and endurance driven. While it lacks the refined feel and flagship tech of the expensive reels, you’ll still love every moment you fish it.

Specs

  • Specs for the Penn Battle II 6000
  • 5+1 Shielded stainless steel ball bearings
  • Instant Anti-Reverse bearing
  • Heavy-duty aluminum bail wire
  • Superline Spool (line not included)
  • Line Capacity Rings
  • Full Metal Body, side plate, and rotor
  • Drag: 11.3kg
  • Gear ratio: 5.6:1
  • Retrieve: 104cm
  • Mono Capacity: 230yds/20lb
  • Braid Capacity: 335yds/50lb
  • Weight: 626grams
  • Specs for the Penn Battalion Surf 10 Foot
  • Line Rating: 15-30lb
  • Guides: Fuji
  • Rod Blank: Composite
  • Reel Seat: Fuji
  • Rod handle: Rubber shrink tube
  • Lure rating: 1-5 oz
  • Rod butt: Rubber
  • Power: Medium-Heavy
  • Pieces: 2
  • Action: Fast
  • Length: 10’
  • See the full specs for the Penn Battle II 6000

The Dream Combo

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This combo gives you a fighting chance up against a hammerhead of 300 pounds, however, such is the precision and response of rod and reel, you will never feel overpowered whipping in a drum to 3 or 4 pounds. It really doesn’t get better than this.

Daiwa Saltiga 5000H

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G. Loomis IMX 1324-2S SURF

If you have a fragile heart, you best avoid looking at the price tag for this master surf weapon. The price is aspirational, but fishing gear doesn’t get any better than this.

While the rod will handle a much larger reel, the Saltiga 5000 size is perfect. This combo is the great allrounder with the potential to handle just about anything the surf throws at you.

Light but Powerful

You have phenomenal power in your hands, yet it is a very lightweight package. The rod length allows you to manage high surf without the inconvenience and weight of a 15 footer.

The casting potential is huge. Weighted correctly, and depending on baits and conditions, you can launch this combo a country mile.

This combo gives you a fighting chance up against a hammerhead of 300 pounds…

This combo gives you a fighting chance up against a hammerhead of 300 pounds, however, such is the precision and response of rod and reel, you will never feel overpowered whipping in a drum to 3 or 4 pounds. It really doesn’t get better than this.

Who is this Combo for?

Firstly, it’s for those with deep pockets. But it’s for the serious surf fishing nut that wants one high performance outfit to cover everything. For the most discerning angler who wants to fish the best with a greater focus on larger fish, but also enjoys targeting smaller fish.

Specs

  • Specs for the Daiwa Saltiga 5000H
  • Magsealed
  • Magsealed bearings and line roller
  • Automatic Tournament Drag (ATD)
  • Manual Bail Arm
  • ABSII
  • Twistbuster II
  • Hyper Digigear
  • Real four
  • Aluminum lightweight handle
  • Aluminum round knob
  • Silent reel oscillation
  • Full metal body
  • Bearings 13+1
  • Gear Ratio: 5.7:1
  • Weight: 625 grams
  • Max Drag: 15kg
  • Braid Capacity: PE3 (30lb) 400m
  • Mono Capacity: 25lb/300 yards
  • Specs for the G. Loomis IMX 1324-2S SURF
  • Length 11’0”
  • Cast weight 1/2-3 ounce
  • Pieces 2
  • Line rating 12-25 lb
  • Action: moderate-Fast
  • High-modulus graphite blanks
  • Lightweight construction
  • Sure-grip technology
  • Micro-adjust reel seat
  • Fuji K-Frame Alconite guides
  • See the full specs for the Daiwa Saltiga 5000H

The Mid-price Combo

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This combo is definitely for the discerning surf angler who wants top-shelf performance without having to pay the wallet melting price of combo number one. You have access to a huge range of fish species, sizes, and fishing techniques.

SHIMANO Sustain FI C 5000 XG

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Tsunami Airwave Elite Surf Spinning Rod TSAWESS-1062MH

Mixing the proven and the latest. The Sustain reel has been around for a while now and is well appreciated by discerning surf anglers. The Tsunami is a relative new-comer to the fishing market but is proving to be a special bit of weaponry on the beach.

you can expect the perfect concert of refinement and brute power…

Like Combo one, you can expect the perfect concert of refinement and brute power. It’s a super-light combination that can be cast all day without fatigue shutting down the action.

Built to Last

The reel’s corrosion resistance and protection from water ingress make this a no brainer for the surf. I also like the high gear speed for cranking metal slices.

a brilliant option for covering a broad variety of species and fish sizes…

This is a brilliant option for covering a broad variety of species and fish sizes. You can have a ball catching slammer bluefish all day with enough rod/reel power in reserve to battle a 20-pound gorilla should you be lucky enough to hook-up to this increasingly rare bluefish.

I love this rod series because even the medium action I have listed here has the sensitivity to tackle pan-sized Pompano. But a 30 pound Stripy is well within your capacity. Happy days!

Who is this Combo for?

This combo is definitely for the discerning surf angler who wants top-shelf performance without having to pay the wallet melting price of combo number one. You have access to a huge range of fish species, sizes, and fishing techniques.

I like this combo for casting medium to hefty metal slices at bluefish. It’s also great for hurling larger live baits.

This combo is highly recommended as you get all the performance, bells and whistles without the outlay you need for the absolute top shelf.

Specs

  • Specs for the Shimano Sustain FI C 5000 XG
  • Shimano Hagane Cold Forged Gear
  • Hagane cold forged G-Free body
  • MGL Magnumlite rotor system
  • X-Protect water repellent coating
  • Cross carbon drag system
  • 8+1 ARB Bearings
  • One-piece bail arm
  • AR-C Spool
  • X-Ship
  • Max Drag: 11kg
  • Gears Ratio: 6.2:1
  • Retrieve: 105cm
  • Mono Capacity: 6/200 kg/M
  • Braid Capacity: 20/220 Lb Yds
  • Weight: 285 grams
  • Specs for the Tsunami Airwave Elite Surf Spinning Rod TSAWESS-1062MH
  • Fuji’s Alconite K-Guides
  • Fuji reel seat
  • X-flock grips
  • High-fiber density blanks
  • Lightweight yet powerful
  • Extreme sensitivity and durability
  • Outstanding casting distance
  • Super-Fast Recovery for Incredible Casting Distance
  • 2 piece
  • Length: 10’06”
  • Power: Medium-Heavy
  • Line Class: 12-20lb
  • Cast weight: 1 – 3 1/2oz
  • See the full specs for the SHIMANO Sustain FI C 5000 XG

The Lightweight Combo

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This is a beautiful combination for the angler that likes to fish light. Those anglers that like to chase whiting, flounder, small pompano, and other pan-size fish will love this light but potent combo.

Shimano Stradic Ci4 Reel – FB 4000

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Daiwa Lateo 96ML

This is a beautiful combination for the angler that likes to fish light. Those anglers that like to chase whiting, flounder, small pompano, and other pan-size fish will love this light but potent combo

a beautiful combination for the angler that likes to fish light…

Don’t be fooled by the specs. Should you hook into a monster of 15 pounds or more, you’re well equipped to win the battle.

While you’re casting light metal slices for cocktails or tailor, you might find a stripy of size takes a liking to your lure. Never mind, head down, you’re well enough armed.

Cast All Day

This is so light a rig, you’ll cast for hours without fatigue. Casting manners are perfect. While you’ll often be fishing right at your feet or a few feet into the wash, you have the potential to reach the more distant holes and gutters, where predators lurk.

This is so light a rig, you’ll cast for hours without fatigue…

It might not be suitable for heavier surf, but you’ll find this combo is more than capable in most fishable surf and weather conditions.

Coreprotect ensures the elements are kept at bay, so regular maintenance and care will see the Stradic punch through countless sessions while remaining in perfect condition.

Who is this Combo for?

This is definitely for the skilled, discerning angler that enjoys fishing light just for the sport. It’s a decent investment, so this combo is definitely for the serious angler.

definitely for the skilled, discerning angler that enjoys fishing light just for the sport…

It’s a great combo for rigging light and casting smaller lures. However, rigged with 15 pound, you’ll launch 35 grams of bait and lure to a greedy predator with ease.

While robust enough, this is not the type of combo for the rough angler. The rod blank is astonishingly powerful for its slim diameter, but it will not take kindly to impact. Not one for the kids.

If you love sport fishing. If you love the challenge of big fish on the lightest possible kit. If you appreciate the feel of lightweight, refined precision, then this is the combo for you.

Specs

  • Specs for the Shimano Stradic Ci4 reel – FB 4000
  • 6+1 Ball Bearings
  • Hagane Gearing
  • X-ship
  • Coreprotect to help keep water and elements out
  • Magnumlite rotor
  • G Free Body
  • AR-C Spool
  • One-Piece Bail
  • Aero Wrap 2
  • Mono Capacity: 8lb/240 yards, 12lb/160 yards
  • Braid Capacity: 15lb/280 yards, 50lb/150 yards
  • Drag: 11.0kg
  • Weight: 230 grams
  • Specs for the Daiwa Lateo 96ML
  • X45 Technology
  • Power: Light Med
  • Lure Weight: 7-35g
  • Length: 9’6″/290cm
  • Line Rating: 4-8kg
  • Pieces: 2
  • Action: Fast
  • Guides: Fuji, with Alconite rings
  • X45 Technology
  • High Volume Fibre Graphite
  • See the full specs for the Shimano Stradic Ci4 Reel – FB 4000

Best Surf Fishing Rod and Reel Combos Wrap

After considering all the options our top picks were…

There’s a surf combo in here for nearly all surf anglers. Sure, I could have given a smaller option and far heavier options as well.

Surf fishing is so diverse, however, I had to draw the line somewhere, hence the traditional, common surf fishing sizes.

There’s one thing you can bank on. These combos are high quality, high performance. They’re capable outfits in just about any angler’s hands. Importantly, they’re balanced.

Remember, they might not be completely optimized for your specific application, but spare spools and sympathetic rigging will ensure you get the best out of any of these combos.

Quality is Essential

In my opinion, surf angling demands quality kit, hence I’d never confidently support many of the combo packages available online. So many of them are not just cheap, they’re cheap and nasty.

If ever you’re in doubt, go to a trusted fishing tackle shop and talk it through. And most importantly, good luck on the beach…There’s no fishing like it.

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