Bass Pro Shops® Crankin' Stick™ Trigger Rods
- Powerwall™ IM6 graphite blank
- Reinforced with fiberglass and basalt fibers
- Powerful, versatile, and flexible
- Fiberglass-feeling tip
- PowerHump® cork handle
- XPS® Grip-Tite® graphite seat
- Pac Bay Hialoy guides
- Pro-Guard™ epoxy finish
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Trilene XL (extra-limp) is probably one of the most popular lines for casting distance. Yes, you might try the Fluorocarbon line or try the SpiderWire UltraCast, which is a braided line made especially for smooth, long distance casting. It’s super though and has a thin diameter. It also has no-stretch but yet is very limp. Also, FireLine Fused Original is a “superline” that is made by fusing multiple strands into one line by the use of heat. It’s super-strong, super-thin, and super limp. Hence the name “superline”.
Which model do you suggest for crankbaits diving less than 10 feet, square bills, etc..? Thanks for your help
For Topwater lures a 6’ rod works great for walking baits and spitting poppers. A 6’6” for long twitching and a 7’6 for frogs and rat lures.
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I love it for crankin and spinnerbait fishin, but wouldn't use it for much else. Look at the BPS Tourney Special rods for those other applications.
Medium is more suited for depths of 5 ft. or less.