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B'n'M Black Widow Crappie Rod

   

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10'

Light

Action:
Fast

Line Weight:
4-12 lbs.

Lure Weight:
1/32 - 1/4 oz.

Pieces:
Telescopic

Model:
BW3
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13'

Light

Action:
Fast

Line Weight:
4-12 lbs.

Lure Weight:
1/32 - 1/4 oz.

Pieces:
Telescopic

Model:
BW4
  • $14.99

  • SKU: 324882

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16'6"

Light

Action:
Fast

Line Weight:
4-12 lbs.

Lure Weight:
1/32 - 1/4 oz.

Pieces:
Telescopic

Model:
BW5
  • $19.99

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20'

Light

Action:
Fast

Line Weight:
4-12 lbs.

Lure Weight:
1/32 - 1/4 oz.

Pieces:
Telescopic

Model:
BW6
  • $24.99

  • SKU: 324884

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Extendable length gets you deep into the brush where lunker crappie hide!

The B'n'M Black Widow® Crappie Rod is a telescoping rod that extends up to 10' to 20' depending on model. Its 100% fiberglass construction and fiberglass-reinforced joints provide extra durability and increased sensitivity—an excellent rod for jigging live bait. Rods are equipped with a metal eye tip and line-keeper clips.

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20 footer Get the 20 footer. Run 4 pound line to a barrel swivel. 2 pound leader to a #14 hook. Tip with spikes/maggots. Rig with a gapen 5 inch float pegged with light split shot. Tear up the crappie. Larry, Cincinnati Ohio August 29, 2013
Great crappie pole Great quality pole with lots of action. Makes catching crappie exciting and fun. A little heavy in the sixteen foot version when you first pick it up but gets better the more you use it. May 4, 2010
Multipurpose Rod I actually ordered 2 of these rods to support wires, along their length, to make a homebrew rotatable dipole antenna for use with my ham radio. I needed something strong, lightweight, and easily made compact. I DO fish as well, and I may use them for that too, but one may be advised, there are no eyes for line and there isn't a groove to mount a reel. There is a loop at the end of the rod to tie line and toward the handle there is a location to wrap your line when not fishing. Basically, it's like a really long, lightweight cane pole that you can collapse. They will defintely get to those hard to reach crappie holes. I can hold the rod, fully extended, with one hand at the base. It is definetely lightweight. I have used the rods, as I originally intended, in some fairly strong wind gusts and they would bow fairly far so they're strong as well. Each rod collapses down to about 4 to 5 feet, so they're compact. I would definetely recommend them for what I use them for and would also recommend them if you are looking to get into some hard to reach crappie spots that a cane pole like fishing technique will work. April 6, 2010
PUTS YOU IN THE RIGHT SPOT THIS IS A GREAT POLE. ITS PERFECT FOR GETTING TO SPOTS THAT ROD AND REELS CAN'T. BEST POLE FOR WHITE PEARCH FISHING. IT REMINDS ME OF THE OLD SCHOOL POLE BUT EASIER TO HANDLE. February 8, 2011
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There is a loop at the end. Tie your main line to it. Use a barrel swivel and then a light light light leader with a #14 hook.
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there's a small loop at the end you tie line to, has small holding brackets to wrap your line when collapsed.
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For example, if I purchase the 20' pole can I telescope it out only partially and fish it like a 10' pole?
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I don't think so.
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YES AND NO. YOU MUST EXTEND IT TO INSURE IT DOES NOT BREAK :HOWEVER YOU CAN HOLD IT FARTHER UP THE HANDLE. IT MAKES IT A BIT UNBALANCED. THEY ARE CHEAP ENOUGH JUST BUY ONE OF THE OTHER LENGTHS
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i guess you could, but I don`t think you would like it
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About 4 ft.
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13 FEET
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Don't recall that being posted or written on the rod, but I've used Senko worms rigged wacky, 1/8 oz Beetle Spins, and up to a 1/4 oz Rat-L-Trap. Wouldn't go heavier than that, however...my taste, anyway.
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How do you mount the reel?

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I know I have to buy clip on guides but I've seen someone with this setup and I couldn't figure out how they attached the reel.
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I don't use a reel or put on guides. This pole is for getting over brush and not for casting. On the bottom portion of the pole there are hooks to wrap your line around.
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I have one and attached a small spinning real by taping it with electrical tape. Been over 10 yrs with no issues.
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I am a small woman. What length would you recomend. I love to fish. Would the Black window or Uncle Bucks, be best? It needs to be light weight.
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I also am a woman and think the 8' would be good. I don't know anything about Uncle Bucks, but would recommend the Black Widow. It is truly light weight.
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The 10 footer would be very easy to handle. The 13 footer would probably work if there's not a lot of trees along the bani.
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THIS THING IS AWESOME!!!
I have 2 - 20 footers...
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The 20 footer might be heavy, but 12 foot is always GREAT. Good Fishing.
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i have the uncle buck in 13 and it is very light. i would reccommend it.
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Uncle Buck makes some very good and lightweight telescoping poles that would be perfect for pond fishing. 10' or 12' would be ideal and not too heavy.
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