All Star Inshore Series Rod Review

In this video, Tony reviews the All Star Inshore Series Rod. Tony has been using this rod for about four months and has really loved it.

He breaks down what he likes and dislikes about the rod in the video.

You can check out the full review article here:

All Star Inshore Series Rod Specs:

Length: 7’6″
Rod Material: Graphite
Rod Handle: Cork
Action: Medium-fast
Power: Medium
Price: $99.99
Guides: 7+tip


1. Casts Well
2. Strong and Sturdy
3. Lightweight
4. Holds Up Against Corrosion
5. Great Value


1. Hard to Find
2. Confusing Label
3. One Piece Rod

If you have an All Star Inshore Series rod, let us know what you think of it in the comments below!

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Taco ED says:

All Star is owned by Pure Fishing but is licensed to academy, if you don’t know who Pure Fishing is look them up they are the largest fishing company in the world.
So yes they make some quality gear, I’m proud to be a ambassador.
That’s why you can only find them at academy.

Ross Best says:

Do they have a Redfish/Spottail Special?

Salem Blair says:

I have a allstar classic and love it

Aviator1047 says:

Hi Tony, thanks for the video! I’m looking to buy another rod and will check this one out. Can you tell me what type of sunglasses your wearing, need a good polarized pair for fishing. Thank you.

Bob Gill says:

Have you had a chance to try out the store brand H20 Xpress rods?

Salt Strong says:

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john foy says:

I keep hearing rumors that academy is coming to tampa but cant get a confirmation.

Kevin Wynne says:

How does it compare to the TFO PSS 764? Looking at buying a new trout rod for coastal Virginia. throwing from 1/4-3/4oz rattletraps and jigs.

Ross Best says:

I’m having issues with my rods & their plastics getting killed & cracked by the sun specifically Ugly sticks. Plastic parts just don’t last dry rot. I have other rods 40-50years old metal seats and eyelets been through absolute HELL & still kicking!

Alfonso Diaz says:

Very nice review.

Bob Gill says:

Why do so many saltwater anglers use spinning gear versus low profile baitcasters? I’m just curious. I know there are a lot more reels and rods in spinning format made for saltwater but many baitcasters can be used also if you don’t dunk them and take care of them.

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