Good question richie7. Pity no one has come back on it yet. Want to know myself.
The surfbreaker 11ft6 bass is a peach of a rod to cast is your newish to the game. I suppose the 12 and 13 are a bit beefier for the job but should cast just as well.
I would like to know the difference between the surf and the super. Which is for what type of ground? Which is stiffer and harder/ need more XP to cast? They are almost the same price too.
I've also looked at the Penn Jet and sidewinder - both look good but I think casting will be easier with the Daiwa's.
They maybe are not top of the line, but I don't want that. For the times I can go, the luck I have, I would rather get a decentish rod and be able to buy other rods to match different fishing I may do. Spinning, Saltfly etc.
Be good if someone new the difference between the rods though.
will be intersting to see any info on this subject as iam fairly new to game and just bought a surfbreaker 12ft multi rung but not yet had chance to use it
got it on ebay for a whopping £69 brand new i was looking for a supercast but for that price thought it was to good to turn down
for around the £100 mark take a look at the Greys GRX-s mate. For the money its a top rod that will just about handle all bu the lightest of fishing and the heaviest of grounds. In general a good allround beachcaster for general fishing that wont break the bank.
The Greys is nice to use, plus has a quality finish. Looks twice the price, and they could probably charge that too! I have one for a second rod, at the moment the G.A.C. are doing the Greys with a Penn 525mag, Daiwa SL20SH or a 7HT for £150. For the price its a hell of a combo.