Bass Pro Shops® Crappie Maxx® Signature Series Universal Crappie Rods
- Premium IM6 graphite blanks
- Moderate action
- Pac Bay Hialoy guides
- EVA 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 4.6 out of 5 by 11 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by big44formerbig40 good rod bought this rod in 10ft to troll for crappie. seems to work well even with up to 1/2 oz weight. good hook setting back bone. priced right! April 16, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by RickV Great sale buy! These are really sensitive we'll balanced rods They are as good as more expensive rods. I like them so well I bought two just alike while they were on sale. February 15, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by bigburn great pan fish rod i bought this rod because i wanted a 8' two piece rod to fish for pan fish ., i like that action very much and the feel of the rod is great and i like the fact it is light weight also so those days casting a bug is not so tireing February 14, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by billyboyblue 1 exception I got this rod from a gift certificate I received for Father's Day. I wanted an 8' Crappie rod for jigging and had $50 on the certificate. I like the looks of the rod and the sensitivity, but when I was attaching a reel to the rod, the reel to rod seat snapped. I guess I don't know my own strength. Anyhow I wrapped some electrician tape around it and it still works, but it ain't as pretty as it was. Anyhow, I have caught fish on it and like its action, but if I accidently set the hook on a big cat, I'll cut my line rather than lose the pole cause I want the thing to at least give me some service. July 16, 2012
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Details:With the economy I need to find something that I can use to jig and troll with. Is this rod capable of doing both?
A:I haven't trolled with this rod yet, but used a 1/2 oz. sinker and 2 1/8 oz jigs for spider rigging and it handled them with ease. This rod has a soft tip , with plenty of backbone.
I'm sure it would troll small cranks very well. Keep in mind, it's a 'pandish' rod.
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