Ande Boat Jigging Rods - Casting

   

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Length
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Other specs Quantity Price & availability

6'

Medium Heavy

Line Weight:
15-30 lbs.

Lure Weight:
1 - 6 oz.

Pieces:
1

Model:
ATCJ601MH
  • $59.99

  • SKU: 1781531

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6'6"

Medium Heavy

Line Weight:
20-40 lbs.

Lure Weight:
1 - 6 oz.

Pieces:
1

Model:
ATCJ661MH
  • $59.99

  • SKU: 1781532

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7'

Medium Heavy

Line Weight:
20-50 lbs.

Lure Weight:
2 - 8 oz.

Pieces:
1

Model:
ATCJ701MH
  • $59.99

  • SKU: 1781533

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  • Lightweight, high-modulus, unidirectional, graphite construction
  • Extraordinary sensitivity
  • Heavy-duty Hardloy® guides
  • Cushioned graphite and stainless steel reel seat
  • Textured shrink grips
  • Tough, light nylon gimbal
Today’s modern jigging calls for a special rod, a rod that makes a critical difference in lure presentation and fish-fighting ability. Ande Boat Jigging Rods have fast tips and powerful butt sections to deliver the right lure action. And, while Ande Boat Jigging Rods are built to be rugged and tough enough to fight large fish, they remain flexible enough to get the best action from the lures you must use. These lightweight graphite rods boast high-modulus sensitivity plus the raw power required to practice this popular technique and still land those ornery gamefish. Whether you use monofilament or super braid lines, top-quality Ande components are more than a match for heavy loads and big fish. Super-smooth, double-wrapped Hardloy guides are designed to last the life of the rod. Graphite and stainless steel reel seats are not only strong but corrosion-proof, too. Other features include textured shrink grips that keep you in control.
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No Back Bone I bought a Ande Tournament Saltwater rod and went fishing the next day. I hooked into something pretty large (I was catching black drum in the 30 - 40 lb class). I don't know what it was but I do know it was big). I had set the drag and i needed a little more drag to turn the fish. When I tightened up on the drag, the rod snapped and then my 40 pound braid snapped. Bottom line, I lost a big fish and threw $50 out the window doing it. I have since read other reviews on line and the Ande rods are very prone to break if you snag a big fish.The rod looked great. However, this is a case of you get what you pay for. September 1, 2014
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