Bass Pro Shops® Cane Poles with Kit

   

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Length Other specs Quantity Price & availability

8'

Pieces:
2

Model:
CK82

10'

Pieces:
2

Model:
CK102

12'

Pieces:
3

Model:
CK123
  • Durable natural bamboo
  • Perfect for panfish
  • Fire-hardened
  • Strong and water-resistant
These Cane Poles from Bass Pro Shops prove that you don't have to have a high-end fishing rod and reel set-up and a high-tech superline to have a fun and productive day on the water. Not only are our cane poles perfect for panfish enthusiasts, but they also make great starter rods for kids. The cane poles are made from premium quality bamboo and are fire-hardened and coated for maximum strength and water-resistance. Includes pole, 2'' float, 24' of 18 lb. fishing line and a #6 Aberdeen hook.
Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 7 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Quality Cane Pole for the Price I was surprised at the quality of these cane poles given their price! Very fun to use with the kiddos. Highly recommended. May 17, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by worst ever as soon as cane pole was put together, it broke. not worth the 5$ it cost. March 28, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Works as designed great little pole for the price. Kids love it for catching blue gill and sun fish. My daughter hooked a 36" pie with one last season and it did the job. They are only good for about a season of dragging through the brush. If left on the dock, may last for years. March 18, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by great quality Bought it at bass pro the other day with my gift card i got for my birthday,it's great quality,good value,sturdy,and a price that anyone can afford. March 17, 2012
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i would like to have a detailed instruction on how or a video would be great
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Tie a half hitch knot about 24" from the end of the pole.
Move the fishing line toward the tip of the cane pole and tie another half hitch 6"above the first half hitch knot.
Continue tying half hitch knots every 6" in up the pole until you reach the tip. Tie a couple half hitch knots at the tip of the pole.
Measure the remaining fishing line from the top of the cane pole to the bottom. Cut the fishing line about a 12" past the bottom of the pole.
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