VooDoo Daddy Boat Rods
VooDoo Daddy Boat Rods

Roller-Tip

The deep roller design on the roller-tip guide on the 50-pound class rod provides adequate knot clearance for all manner of salt water knots.

Reel Seat

Equipped with machine anodized aluminum locking rings, aluminum gimbals and matching blue thread wraps.

Blank/Guides

VooDoo Daddy rods feature TFO’s proprietary, Tactical Series guides. Tactical Series guides are machined stainless steel inserts which are super-hard chrome anodized then swaged into a chromium-impregnated stainless frame.

Designed by legendary guide and angler Rob Fordyce, the VooDoo Daddy series of rods feature spinning and casting configurations in 30, 40 and 50-pound class. Equipped with machine anodized aluminum locking rings, aluminum gimbals and matching blue thread wraps these rods have the backbone and fish fighting capabilities to handle any salty quest.

The 7-foot, 30-pound class models come in both a casting and spinning configuration. These rods feature TFO’s proprietary, Tactical Series guides. Tactical Series guides are machined stainless steel inserts which are super-hard chrome anodized then swaged into a chromium-impregnated stainless frame. What does this all mean? Super hard, super slick; braid safe, saltwater safe guides which are 30 percent lighter than standard SiC guides.

The 40-pound class rod comes in a 6’6” configuration and feature reverse roll-over guides along the blank.

The 50-pound class model comes in a 6-foot configuration and features the reverse rollover guides, and a roller tip-top guide. The deep roller design provides adequate knot clearance for all manner of salt water knots.

VooDoo Daddy Boat Rods

ModelLengthLine Wt.PiecesActionMSRP
TF VDS 7030-1 7'0" #30 1 X-Fast $199.95
TF VDC 7030-1 7'0" #30 1 X-Fast $199.95
TF VDC 6640-1 6'6" #40 1 X-Fast $199.95
TF VDC 6050-1 6'0" #50 1 X-Fast $199.95

“Good rods can be made out of anything from bamboo to modern carbon fiber. But a good rod must have the right length, power and action to do a specific job. To make a good rod better is to make it lighter and more sensitive without sacrificing durability."

Gary Loomis