The EARLY for Surf are long distance casting models developed to meet the needs of surfcasting. With the concept focusing on long distance casting, the light weight blank and light casting feel will allow anglers to maintain their concentration throughout the day.
For the 2021 season, we have added 2 new models to the vast lineup. The 105MMH/B which is equipped with a highly responsive feel even at a long range and the 99ML which is ideal for anglers who prefer a more fineness style.
With great casting ability and highly sensitive characteristics, the EARLY for Surf models are not only ideal for the flat fish game targeting Flounders and Flatheads with minnows, metal jigs and soft plastics, but also great to target seabass and Blackfin Seabass off the rocks, small blue-runners, monstrous Jew fish and the northern sea Trout.
Although these are designed mainly for the surf game, its versatility will enable anglers to utilize these models for various games requiring long distance casting. The blanks have been built up with a sharp casting feel, the power to stop the thrashing fish and highly sensitive to meet the needs of the ever-changing surf casting game. We hope you can experience our creation in the vast field.
The Early Surf 99ML is equipped with the castability rivaling a10ft class rod and capable of transmitting vital information about the currents and bottom structures through the sensitive blank. In addition to the jig-head rigged up with soft plastics and small 9cm class minnows and sinking pencils, anglers will also be able to utilize a more finesse approach with light weigh (12g) vibrations for high pressure situations. You can cast long distances to search the vast surf or cast with pinpoint accuracy to the breaks. Either way, anglers will be able to cast all day long with this light weight and well-balanced rod.
Closed Length : 1525mm Joint : Put over Ferrule Guide：SiC stainless frame K guide(Fuji)
Reel Seat：VSS16（Fuji） Suitable spinning reel size：DAIWA #LT4000~5000C / SHIMANO #4000~5000
Sizes of rod a. Length from reel foot to end of grip when reel is equipped. b. Whole length of grip.