A pier is different from the beach. Using longer rods on the beach allow you to cast further. But may be unnecessary long for a pier. A rod that is too long at the pier can yield you problems with casting and having a harder time landing fish. My surf fishing rod is usually 10’-11’ where as my pier fishing rod is 8’-9’. BOTH of them have a longer butt end. This allows for better leverage.
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