Okuma Longitude Surf Spinning Rod
Okuma Longitude Surf Spinning Rods were designed for the surf angler looking for a tremendous value in a surf spinning rod. Built on durable graphite composite blanks, the Longitude series will surprise even seasoned surf anglers.
Okuma Longitude Surf Spinning Rods are finished with a non slip cork wrap butt and fore grips, providing a sure grip for casting in wet conditions. The short sections of EVA foam grips flanking the reel seat offer maximum comfort during blistering runs and multiple retrieves. Finished with quality components, stainless steel guides with aluminum oxide inserts, stainless steel hooded reel seats, the Longitude is a great rod for the beginner and avid surf angler alike.
- Sensitive graphite composite blanks
- Double footed stainless steel guides with aluminum oxide inserts
- Graphite reel seats with stainless steel hoods
- Eva foam cushions above and below reel seat
- Cork wrapped non-slip fore and rear grips
- Pac Bay rubber butt cap
Ratings & Reviews
Okuma beach rod
by peters -
I found this rod great off the beach in big swells. I thought it cast great with light and heavy sinkers. I landed a 15kg (appox 30lb) mulloway off a nsw beach in australia the second time i used it. I have been lucky anough to of caught many fish since.
Great rod for the money
by Creekgeek -
I have a lot of rods and I've spent a lot more money on some of them but this one catches the same fish on the same line in the same water. Anyone on a budget should be buying OKUMA surf rods. They are well made. The only reason I did not give 5 fish rating is that they tend to be a bit on the stiff side. I wish they had a slightly faster tip on them.
i have three and am buying a forth !! super backbone on big reds and black drum !!!!
by alex -
using the rod on pier & beach. good price & good reaction for stripers
It's exactly as I expected. Arrived on time. Customer service responded to queries promptly. These folks are legit. Order at will
Longitude 10' Heavy/Fast
by Mark J
It's a solid rod with plenty of backbone for hauling strong fish through the rocks. I have two problems with it, though. Firstly, the butt end is a little too long and awkward to maneuver around your body. Also, it's too stiff for my liking. It doesn't really load well for casting... I just can't get enough whip to really sling my rigs. It is a beefy rod and good for the price.