B'n'M Crappie Graphite Jig Pole
More Durable Than Same Heaton
Best crappie rod for the money. A little heavier than the Sam Heaton, but more durable. Will take a little more abuse, e.g. poking jig off snag. Twelve feet is a little long in cramped quarters, take a long and short one.
July 12, 2011
I bought two of these rods at the spring sale two years ago. The first one broke on the first fish caught with it, the second one broke at the connection over the weekend. Definately will not be buying another one. Other than not holding up very well, they did work well when functionable. Maybe the fish I'm catching are just too big.
January 24, 2010
i recently went crappie fishing in tennessee on tellico lake and two of these poles set up with the wally marshall spining reel and i caught numerous papermouths it has just enough backbone to get the job done and i also caught largemouths from 2 to 4 lbs and a couple nice 3 lb flathead cats THIS IS AN AMAZING PRODUCT
April 9, 2010
I've tried other "cheaper" trolling rods trying to save money but in the end I bought the ones I should have bought in the first place. Do yourself a favor and buy the BnM's. In my opinion they will last much longer and perform way better.
April 4, 2014