With that kind of weight, I'd opt for a glass rod. Maybe the equivalent of a Calstar 800m. Cousins makes some really nice glass and graphite rods that can cover that weight, not sure of the exact model but they are really nice rods.Looking to use it for irons maybe upto 5 or 6oz max , flat falls, swim baits, not sure,dorado ,yellowtail etc. I have 65 lb braid with 30lb mono.
What do you want to do and what I'd your budget?
Hard/expensive way: Go to a local rod builder and tell them what you want to do with the rod. They will select you a blank and you get a kick ass, custom rod.
Cheap/easy: Get a used Teramar, a new Shadowstalker, or a variety of other inshore rods in that range.
Easy/expensive: Get a G.loomis or Seeker inshore, etc. Higher end inshore rods.
Really depends on if this is a heavy ilastics rod or a light iron rod, etc. Is it for kelp or bay? Maybe it's your 20# bait rod?