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  1. Hi everyone, I am currently looking into buying a new surf rod and equipping it with a Van Staal. I have never before owned a Van Staal, and I am unsure of the size that I should get for my rod. The rod that I am buying is a 9'6" Shimano Tiralejo. It is rated medium action. From what I've heard, VS150 is for rods in the 9' range and the VS200 is more for rods in the 10' range. This stumps me because the rod that I am getting is right in between these estimates. If I were to buy the VS 200 I am worried that the reel would be too heavy and bulky for a long day of surfcasting. I am not so much worried about extreme drag or extreme line capacity. Because of this, I am leaning more towards the 150. Just wanted to ask everyone's opinions before I pulled the trigger on such an expensive reel.
  2. In excellent condition. Warranty replacement. Rarely used. Local pick up available. $230 Part of Shimano long cast setup when paired with Ultlrega CI4+ 5500 reel also available for sale http://www.stripersonline.com/surftalk/topic/716139-wts-shimano-ultrega-ci4-5500-xtb-long-cast-3-free-spools/