Daiwa DX Swimbait Casting Rods - $109.99
The Daiwa DX Swimbait Casting Rods are the new extreme swimbaits rods from Daiwa. Daiwa listened to pro’s and anglers alike and tried to incorporate all the features they wanted in their go-to swimbait rods. Perfect for big swimbaits and even umbrella rigs, they have the beefy backbones you need to get the hook into big fish with a big bait, especially at the end of a long cast. Each rod measures in at 8ft in length for maximum leverage and line clearing capabilites, and the super sensitive IM7 graphite blanks also allow you to toss swimbaits a mile with pinpoint accuracy and feel everything your bait comes into contact with.
Long full-grip cork handles and fore grips give you plenty to hang on and also comfortably tuck under your arm. Premium Fuji Aluminum Oxide Guides deliver the strength and durability to stand up to casting big baits and fighting big fish, and premium Fuji Reel Seats also provide a sturdy ergonomic base for your reel. Designed for swimbait anglers by swimbait anglers, the Daiwa DX Swimbait Casting Rods also come in at a great price point.
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Comments: callum is right on that part, but there is no way the xh can throw a mother, being a 10 ounce bait. This thing maxes out realistically at a deps 250 and it struggles with that. Go with the xxh for the big baits.
From: Charlie: USA 1/6/16
Comments: Got the XH rod and its a beast. Just a warning, don't get the XH unless you really will be throwing 3-10oz baits. If you want to throw an S-waver or Hudd 68, go with the heavy. Great bang for your buck, you won't regret buying it.
From: Callum: Austin, TX 12/12/15
Comments: It works for me personally I love both swimbait & Carolina rig fishing & if your trying to get serious about either this is the rod for you! I got the heavy which throws 2-8 ounces now I wouldn't try anything above 6 oz just doesn't feel safe enough but trust me you can throw 1 ounce lures on it & I've thrown 5-6 ounce umbrella rigs & swimbaits my first bass of it was a 5.1 lb largie off a Carolina rig I barely had to set the hook to get her & the held up great! It's amazing for 6 inch swimbaits make sure you get a heavy line and a reel to stand up to the abuse I've been considering getting another one just for Carolina rigs! If your looking for a swimbait rod & don't want to spend a lot id highly recommend this rod I've thrown these huge 6 ounce striper baits on mine & I've never had a problem with the rod cracking or snapping & I'm slinging them hard they're about 5-6 ounces each and there's a saying you get what you paid for well that's not true in this case they could charge a lot more for it if it was! FYI the rod butt is longer than you'd think which I like for sweeping hooksets on swimbait
From: Colson: USA 10/23/15
Comments: first impressions of the 8'0H model was solid. It's pretty light for the most part and paired with a Lews wide spool is effortless and tons of fun to throw 1-3.5 ounce swimmers on. The comfort zone for me so far would be the 2-3 ounce baits. If you want something fairly priced and just starting out with swimbaits like I did, don't try anything else!
From: Paul: FL 8/13/15
Comments: Fished this rod with 8 inch swimbaits for probably around 20 hours. Today I put on a much lighter pencil popper and the rod broke about half way on a cast. I don't know if it's something I did wrong but I've had alot of graphite rods and never had one break on a cast.
From: Alex: Mannford, OK 8/3/15
Comments: I purchased the H one and I really like it. I can throw an A rig, 8 inch salvage gear trout with it with no problem. I'm going to be taking it out to do some inshore fishing to really test out this rod.
From: Anthony: Lompoc, CA 4/15/15
Comments: I have the DXSB heavy and extra-heavy. Awesome rods! Paired both with Luna 300L's.
From: T. Lain: Menifee, CA 11/13/14
Comments: These are the best bang for the buck rods out there. Great build quality. The ratings are a bit optomistic, on the Heavy I would not go above a 4 oz. Bait. Other than that, these rods are perfect.
From: Brian: Waynesboro, PA 11/6/14
Comments: Great price, good rod, no complaints. Put a Daiwa Lexa 300 on it and its a beast, it's cheaper than the curado 300! Love the setup!
From: Scott: Little River, SC 9/11/14
Comments: I too bought this rod because of the price. I am using the XH swimbait rod. So far throwing an 8" Huddleston and 9" M.S.Slammer on it have proved it to handle these baits very well. The rod is light for it's size and seems to be plenty sensitive enough. I don't think you would regret buying one especially if you are just starting out throwing big swimbaits.
From: Gerry: Montgomery, TX 8/28/14
Comments: I picked this rod up because it was a good price, and I love Daiwa. So far I have used the rod to throw the BBZ-1 6inch and it handles the bait perfectly. I have the Med Hvy model. I love the rod. I dont have any experience with other swimbait rods to compare it to, but I will say for what I needed it for it seems to be perfect. It is also extremely light weight which I was not expecting for the size rod it is.
From: Cameron: Burlington, NC 8/8/14
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