Daiwa Team Daiwa Td Surf Classic Spinning Rods

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Daiwa Team Daiwa Td Surf Classic Spinning Rods -
These classic actions offer the same ultrapowerful, ultralightweight blank design that made them a legend along North Carolina’s Outer Banks and other key Atlantic and Pacific beaches. HSD graphite blanks. Quality high-density Duracork® grips. Stainless-hooded Fuji® DPS reel seat. Oversized aluminum-oxide guides. Polyfluor™ protective rod coating resists UV damage. Textured ferrule grips for easy takedown – even with wet hands. 5-year limited lifetime warranty.


  • Classic actions made legendary on the Outer Banks


  • Ultrapowerful, ultralightweight HSD graphite blanks
  • Oversized aluminum-oxide guides
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Good rod

I own a TD-S1202-4FS rod and I am very happy with it. It casts well, I can reach almost 150 yards with a 20 lb braid. It is strong enough to throw a 2 or 3 oz weight and still very sensible to feel the smallest fish on the hook.It has a good painting. So far I landed 7 Lb fish and it worked very well.
I would highly recommend to everybody.
Stadivarius at Cabelas on 03/04/2009

team daiwa surf rods

I have been using team daiwa TD surf rods for years at the outerbanks and love them. I own 7, 8, 9 and 11 foot TD rods and prefer them over any other equiptment that I have. They are very sensitive and have held up well over the years. Slightly more expensive but worth it!
Anonymous at Cabelas on 09/30/2008

Awesome rods

I now have most of this series of rods; the faster action models are excellent for chucking lures in the suds. I have recently purchased a couple of the slower action models in hopes that they will have the light action I prefer for bait fishing. Heading to Hatteras next month to find out!
Roachey at Cabelas on 08/12/2009