Tidewater King's - Have swinging covered with Echo and Beulah switch rods. However, swing action dies in the last hour of peak flood tide, and I see some opportunities for using a centerpin float rod, with a jig tied Super Clouser hanging under a float. So looking for advice on rod components and source. The kings average 15# to 25#, hit 30, occasionally go 35 or larger. So thinking a #10 to #20 around 11' should do, as when hooked up to the bigger fish we always follow the big fish around tidewater until either brought to the bought or lost. Would like to keep the cost down on the build, don't need a high end blank, as this is pretty much brute force fishing. Plan on a simple build, uni color wrap, straight cork handle with rings, will tape over the rings to secure the Okuma Sheffield DR11 reel I picked up. Recommendations for a blank, guides, and source to order from? Thanks for any and all!