ECHO BOOST BEACH
A two-hand rod specifically built for overhead casting. While most all two-hand rods are built with spey casting in mind, the Boost Beach’s unique design is made with beach casters in mind.
ECHO BOOST BEACH
The ECHO BOOST BEACH, the first of its kind: A two-hand rod specifically built for overhead casting.
Most of all two-hand rods are built with spey casting in mind, however the BOOST Beach’s unique design is intended for overhead casting to surf-dwelling species along the coast. Flatties, cod, bass and sea trout beware. The Boost Beach allows coastal anglers to hit longer casts with less effort than ever before.
Throw tight loops with less effort
Traditional Spey rods are designed to load deep in to the blank to properly launch an anchored spey cast – the ECHO BOOST BEACH reverses this trend in favour of an action and power balance that allows for high line speed and tight loop casts using a lot less effort than a traditional two-hander.
- Four piece travel design
- Blank: Stealth Matte Black
- Action: Fast
- Tube: Fabric-covered rod case & sock
- Guides: Stainless w/ low-friction ceramic stripping guide
- Reel Seat: Black anodised reel seat
- Warranty: Echo Lifetime Warranty
Model Overview Table
ECHO BOOST BEACH - Model Overview
Action vs Power Comparison - Spey
The Action vs. Power matrix is used for comparison between ECHO rod models. Utilizing this chart, you’ll be able to choose an ECHO rod that best fits you and your personal casting stroke. The vertical axis indicates the rod’s power, while the horizontal axis indicates the rod’s action. In simple terms, single-hand rod action is derived from the top half of the rod, while power is derived from the bottom half.
Fast action rods feature softer tips than medium action rods and provide a ‘stiffer’ feel. Fast action rods excel in the hands of anglers with more aggressive casting strokes and greater stroke control. Medium action rods are ideal for anglers with more fluid casting strokes and have a larger ‘sweet spot’ for a wider range of casting strokes. Consistently throwing a tailing loop? Your rod’s action may not be a good fit to you and your casting stroke.
A rod’s power is its resistance to flexing under load. Powerful rods are ‘beefier’ through the bottom half, generate higher line speeds, and are more adept at keeping big fish pinned. Delicate rods are more presentation-oriented, protect light tippet, and are a better choice for picky fish.