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Choosing the perfect rod and reel for a target species can be a daunting task. With the understanding that each species comes in variable sizes and different techniques are best served by different product attributes, we offer the following suggestions to help narrow your search.
Classic Pro GLT

Nobody covers your salmon and striper trolling rod needs like the Okuma Classic Pro GLT series.  Deep in selection, rich in construction features and downright amazing in price, Classic Pro GLT rods allow you to easily outfit your success with technique-specific performance.  Feature highlights include shrink tube rear grips for easy cleaning and effortless handling in rod holders, triangle fore-grips that provide a positive grip with minimal rod twist and guide systems chosen by model to take the punishment of braided, lead core and copper lines.  Classic Pro GLT rods are part of Okuma's commitment to enhance the experience of all anglers, regardless of price.

Starting at $32.99
Cedros Coastal
It?s obvious when home town pride rises to the surface and Cedros Coastal rods are a prime example. Crafted to excel in demanding Southern California fisheries where rod actions undergo rigorous scrutiny, Cedros Coastal rods are an exciting addition to any inshore environment. Lightweight one-piece graphite composite blanks produce astonishing power from their small diameter. Alps stainless steel guide frames with Zirconium inserts deliver rugged durability. Custom ALPS machined aluminum reel seats provide total security. Casting models feature spit grip handles to maximize agility. Quickly, Cedros Coastal rods are becoming favorites of Okuma staff, as their combination of refined action, inherent power and superior handling characteristics are one we gravitate to for an ever-increasing range of applications.
Starting at $139.99
Longitude
Featuring graphite composite blanks, stainless steel double-foot guides with aluminum oxide inserts, Okuma Longitude surf fishing rods deliver a lot of fishing rod for their very modest cost. Lengths from 9- to 12-feet in length focus on spinning models to serve the greatest number of anglers with easy-handling performance. Traditional cork tape grips with EVA cushions above and below the reel seat complete these highly capable tools that are sure to please.
Starting at $84.99
Tarvos
Many in the recreational fishing community are not interested in chasing the latest cutting-edge advancements in fishing rod construction. These anglers simply want great performance from proven materials, and access to them at prices that represent an exceptional value for their dollar. If this is you, Tarvos are your rods, as perhaps the best fishing rods ever constructed for their price. 
Tarvos rods begin with durable medium/medium-fast graphite composite blanks that are exceptionally lightweight.  Stainless steel guide frames with titanium-oxide inserts add to the quality, and split grip EVA foam handles with a non-slip composite cork butt cap complete these beautiful rods.
Starting at $42.99
Cedros Saltwater

Finally a tournament-quality baitcast reel dedicated to the saltwater environment.  Showcasing Okuma T-480 aluminum alloy, the raw material in the frame and side plates of Cedros baitcast reels stand up to 480 hours of saturated salt spray alternated with air promote corrosion.  This period leaves standard aluminum framing material deeply pitted, yet T-480 shows no corrosion. Not stopping there, the aluminum frame is the anodized and painted, while the side plates are protected using a titanium deposition coating for the ultimate saltwater performer.  Feast on the features, but where Cedros really shines is on the water. 
Starting at $249.99
Krios
Constructed on a rigid aluminum frame and featuring dual cast control systems (an external magnetic and internal centrifugal) that anglers of all levels can fine tune to their precise needs, the Krios puts top-end features like high-speed 7.3:1 gearing in a powerful, easy-to-own package.  Available for both right and left-handed anglers, Krios 6 bearing system will out compete any reel in its class for casting distance, cranking power, and certainly for jaw-dropping good looks. Okuma's CRC or Corrosion Resistant Coating process protects Krios in all environments. 
Starting at $109.99