Bass Pro Shops® Crappie Maxx® Signature Series Spinning Crappie Rods
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- Premium IM6 graphite blanks
- Pac Bay Hialoy guides
- Cork handle
Some say a good crappie pole is worth its weight in gold, and super-versatile, well-balanced rods like these are the reason. Premium IM6 graphite blanks. Features include Pac Bay Hialoy guides and cork handle. Crappie fishing has come a long way. What used to be a family-based live bait fishery now supports high-profile tournaments that draw the best anglers from around the country. This exposure has brought a ton of deadly new crappie-catching techniques into play, many of which require specialized gear. That's where Crappie Maxx™ Rods really shine. They're designed by the sharpest crappie anglers in the business, to handle everything from tightlining to spider-rigging to traditional live bait systems. So no matter how you prefer to chase your slabs, in Crappie Maxx you'll find a rod that's specially made to make your day.
Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 7
Rated 4 out of 5 by josrohr great
Two words, awe some. No complaints, a many crappie have been caught with it.
June 13, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by blade4130 Good Rod
This is a great rod for the money. Anything longer and I would definitly go with the pro series line of crappie maxx rods. I love them both.
May 3, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5
by chuckell 5'6" one piece crappie rod
this rod is awesome,i bought it when wally marshall had his name on them ,it took a while to find but this is the same rod.i use it for trout spinning and spooning,it is awesome.i have $ 120.00 fenwick ultra lite rod lifetime warranty,i thought it was great it's put away now,i love this rod ,and fish alot of panfish and crappie also.this rod does them all very well ,well made mine is at least 8 years old,and believe me it has fished alot,takes abuse,and what else can i say .buy it you will absolutley love it,
January 4, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Marv209 Makes a great trout rod
I've recently got into stream fishing (drifting eggs and worms) for rainbows and browns. I have several rods,but I was lacking in the stream rod selection. So I headed to the local bps to play with some rods. I was looking for a sensitive, light 5'6" one piece. I went with this rod and it's pretty nice. First trip out i landed several rainbows and a couple 14" browns.
July 23, 2012
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