As the name implies, the Vursa Series is a very versatile rod lineup. With 12 baitcaster options from a 6-foot, 8-inch medium heavy to a 7-foot, 8-inch medium heavy and 2 spinning options coming in at 6-foot, 10-inch medium heavy and 7-foot, 2-inch medium heavy, there are plenty of choices to fill out most of any angler’s arsenal.

The Vursa Series makes up about 70% of my personal rod collection. The exceptions are rods that I add in from time to time to be reviewed at a later date for work and then a few specialty rods. The single rod model that I have the most of is a Vursa 7-foot medium heavy. I believe I have four of these at this point and that is because they are the most versatile of the bunch.

With the 7-foot medium heavy, I can throw a topwater, buzzbait, spinnerbait, squarebill, lipless crank, medium-diving crankbait, shaky head, Texas rig, Keitech and the list goes on. I love being able to have multiples of the same rod setup so that I can keep different baits rigged up or, on the rare occasion I’m on a really strong bite, I can have the same bait rigged on multiple rods. Having a rod like the Vursa 7-foot medium heavy that I can do so much with at half the cost of other rods of the same caliber allows me to do that.

I will make a note here, as for specialty rods, I don’t recommend the Vursa Series for things like big swimbaits and punching heavy mats. For those I actually use rods from Fitzgerald’s Cranking Rod series and Flipping Rod series – the 7-foot, 10-inch Ledge Rod and 7-foot, 8-inch Big Jig and Heavy Mat Flippin’ Rod respectively.