After the huge success of our SteelPower® Black Tuna rod, DAM have decided to produce surfcasting rods under the same brand and, of course, in the same high quality, for the same attractive price. These DAM Steelpower Black Surf Rods have been developed with the help of some extremely experienced surfcasters. DAM Steelpower Black Surf Rods are up to the job and can withstand extreme force and salty conditions. Made of TC30 carbon, an original Fuji® DPS reelseat and original Fuji® guides. Not only are they incredibly strong and powerful, they also possess many features that make these rods truly special, like a white tip, a soft touch handle and non-slip grips at the connections, so that you can easily take the rod apart when you want to go home – even with cold hands. Delivered in a cordura tube, for easy and safe transport.
Mainland UK orders only
Next Day Delivery is available (excluding Highlands, Islands and overseas) for orders placed before 12:00am Monday-Thursday, Orders under 2kg and under £30.00 are sent by courier on a 3-5 working day service. Due to the delivery of goods being fulfilled by third party companies no guarantees are offered.
Orders Outside Mainland UK
Please note all orders outside mainland UK may be subject to change with regard to shipping. Third party couriers ship via volumetric weight. Please be assured that if changes to shipping costs that do occur North East Tackle Supplies will contact customers prior to shipping. Any changes to shipping costs not agreed by both parties a full refund will be offered.
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