Daiwa Acculite Salmon & Steelhead Spinning Rod
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Daiwa Acculite Salmon & Steelhead Spinning Rods are constructed with the strength and durability needed for salmon, steelhead, and trout applications. The blank-through-handle construction means these rods are tough, yet sensitive. Natural cork grips ensure all day comfort while fishing. Acculite rods provide anglers with quality materials, including graphite blanks, aluminum guides, and stainless steel reel seats, all at an affordable price.
- IM-6 graphite construction
- Blank-through-handle construction
- Cut-proof aluminum oxides guides
- Stainless steel hood reel seat
- Natural cork grips
- Hook keeper
Ratings & Reviews
Acculite is a homerun!
I've been fishing the 9' Daiwa Acculite medium since last fall and have caught lake trout up to 26" with this rod. It casts and retrieves as well as my St Croix salmon rods. This rod can't be beat at this pricepoint! I just ordered the 9' medium heavy.
Not Pricey -- Great Salmon and Steelhead Rod
The rod is very well balanced. Cork handles, and has great action. I locked up with a few King Salmon this rod could handle it. I fished Steelhead all winter and it was well suited for the Steelies as well.
Great rod. Great service. Jim is a great guy to talk with and he was a huge help.
by DreamWeaver -
Great rod for the price. Fished with them several times now, sensitive, strong and easy casting. I have the 8'6" M and ML rods, and use them for fishing for walleye in the river. Haven't caught a walleye yet with them, but have caught white bass, kentucky bass, and a stripper.
Price point Best Buy
by OldEagle -
I have recently purchased 5 of these rods. 4 spinning and one casting. While I am a fan of Top-of-the -Line rods, I have had more satisfaction from the quality, action, utility and price of the 5 Diawas than what I would get from 2-3 times the cost of one very expensive rod. Good actions, dampen well , make for smooth casting. Cushioned Stainless reel seats. Two of the Spinners, a 9'6" 6-12# and a 9'6" 8-17# have 20+ fish between them.. 6-12 #s. Few days back, broke off a fish headed into a fallen tree. 17# test fresh line broke: rod is fine.