Before choosing offshore rods at least you already know what techniques you will use, or what type of fish you will fish. The blank output rod manufacturer usually has included information about the length of the rod, action, and recommended lure weight. Assuming the fishing rod will be maximum for use in that size range. As the length of the rod, the longer the rod will be the farther the throw distance is produced, while the shorter rod will be lighter when we fight with big fish.
From the two categories above we can deduce which rods are suitable to use either from the beach or from the boat, or which rods are more suitable for casting/popping and which are more suitable for jigging or bottom. Long rod will make it difficult for us to fish in a place where there are many obstacles to throw, it should be noted also where we are fishing whether on the boat or in the open. Some other factors that can also be considered include weight, character, and quality of the ring guide rod. The weight of the fishing rod will reduce our comfort while fishing, especially when we do popping or casting all day.