There are four spinning rods in the 365 line, and our tester was the 7-foot medium-action model. From the start, this rod felt different. It had a noticeably weighty butt section that tapered away into a light, sensitive blank. In other words, backbone for setting, lifting, and fighting power, but a top end capable of keeping you in contact with lures during the subtlest presentations. During my testing, it performed almost like two rods in one, morphing with the task at hand. While bumping tubes and drop-shotting in a hole, I could feel every tick of the bottom. If I snagged up and lifted to pull free, it was as though all the power shifted to the butt section, and it felt like a much stouter rod than I was using only seconds earlier. For $100, it's hard to beat the 365.