The Daiwa Aird Spinning Rods feature Daiwa’s IM6 graphite blanks and quality components for anglers that want a performance oriented rod without the big price tag. Furnishing the sensitivity and power you need to detect bites and get those bass back to the boat, the high modulus blanks are also lined with quality stainless steel guides for durablility you can depend on.

Pac Bay Minima Reel Seats furnish direct access to blank for increased sensitivity transfer, all while prioviding a strong base for your reel and limiting weight. A split grip handle configuration complete with EVA HD foam grips also balances out each rod for minimized fatigue and added comfort on the water.  Gold and black styling ensures the Daiwa Aird Spinning Rods look great on the water, and match up perfectly with the performance-oriented Daiwa Aird Spinning Reel - for a quality spinning set-up under $150.

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Customer Reviews

Comments: This rod is fantastic for the price!  I fish salt water with braid and the rod has performed better than my Falcon Low Rider and I think I will probably not have to replace the guides all the time like the Falcon.  I normally use a 8' rod for the flats but the length of this is great for mirrolures and jigs.  It is so light my wrists do not get as beat up and my hands don't cramp up like they normally do which casting 600+ casts a trip.  I am starting to do the kayak thing and the length is perfect for when the braid gets wrapped around the tip.  Great product!

From: Bob: Land O Lakes, florida U.S.A.

Comments: I bought the 7' M and I am thoroughly impressed!  It is ultra light and with the aird reel, it is perfectly balanced.  This rod is much thinner in diameter than most rods of the same length and action.  The tip is extra fast and the rod has a lot of flex to it.  However at the same time, it has a strong backbone despite how thin it is.  Definitely going to excel in finesse situations.  This may be my new drop shot rod.  Also, the pictures don't really do justice for the color.  Rather than orange, it's more of a metallic gold/orange and looks really nice.  Definitely a steal for $54.95!

From: Elijah: Seattle, WA

Comments: I can't believe nobody has submitted any reviews for this reel yet.  If you are on the edge and debating buying this reel, don't hesitate any further and buy it!  I thought the Tierra was the smoothest spinning reel I have ever felt.  This is just as smooth if not smoother.  And with the spare spool that has a higher line capacity along with the 6.2:1 gear ratio of the 2500, this reel is a steel for $89.95!

From: Elijah: Seattle, WA

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