PR8400S (GL2, IMX) - Most flats anglers would refer to this as an ultra-light popping rod. It has an extremely fast tip for fishing light line and small jigs or live bait, but the butt section has plenty of power to handle bigger fish. A good choice for sight-fishing redfish, bonefish and other flats species.
PR842S (GL2, GL3, IMX) - A truly outstanding spinning rod for bonefish on the flats, the 842 has a light tip, yet plenty of power in the butt section to handle jigs, surface lures or live bait. It fishes at its best with 8-pound line. Freshwater trout anglers will like it for trolling with blades and bait for the lake trout and large rainbows.
PR842-S2 (GL3 2 pc.) - Lots of anglers love the 842, but prefer a two-piece version so they can stow it in their truck or the side pocket of the boat. Here it is.
PR844S (GL3, IMX, GLX) - Designed for redfish and permit, the 844S is a good all-around flats rod for larger fish. It works well with live bait like shrimp, minnows and small crabs, but casts spoons and jigs equally well.
PR904-2S (GL2 2 pc.) - Looking for a good all-around light saltwater rod with enough length for long casts and long-range hook sets? You've found it. Two-piece for ease in storage and pack ability, its tip is light, yet powerful and capable of throwing heavier jigs and handling bigger fish. It's capable of taking on redfish, small tarpon, bonefish and sea trout.