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An exclusive Bass Pro Shops® series for those who chase the whiskered giants of the deep. Our beefy, heavy-duty CatMaxx™ spinning rods have the muscle to haul blues and flatheads out of their snaggy lairs. Made of tough IM7 graphite with heavy-duty double-footed guides, rugged Pac Bay® tip tops for ultimate ''surge protection'' and cork handles for a non-slip grip. Plus each model features a reflective white tip to allow for easy bite detection at night.
Bass Pro Shops® CatMaxx™ CMX Series Spinning Rods
great & split handle amazing
Got it cut it for split handle n is awesome it'll handle fish great an priced jus rite ps 11fters are little stiff n back boney hope u like
March 17, 2012
Cant Beat It
I Just Recently Bought this Pole in the 8ft model and the Catmaxx reel CM80 and lemme tell yall they compliment eachother perfectly. I have bought many poles and reels for catfishing but I have never seen a pole built especially for catfish. This pole could be priced wayyy higher and is a great buy!
March 13, 2012
Bass Pro Shops CatMaxx Rod
I purchased three of these rods for alligator gar angling. I am completely impressed with them and will be buying more. I can not say the same for the reels, but that is a work in progress.
June 16, 2011
I bought one and will be buying another, I only wish the 8' model came in a two section rod.
February 10, 2011
No the chart is wrong!!!!! Since it is for BIG catfish the weights (sinkers) will be up to 8oz and some of the listed line weights are wrong, don't try to toss an 8oz sinker with those. Also the 10' rod is sometimes listed as MH and some times H, I am sure it is "H" heavy.
These rods feature a relatively quick tip so as long as your using a line thats good for casting like trilene xl or a smaller braid then yes is will throw the lighter weights without a problem as long as your not throwing a delicate livebait that might be torn from the hook. But the 8' model is one peice, thats something to keep in mind when transportation is an issue.
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