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Bass Pro Shops Johnny Morris Signature Series II Spinning Rod

   

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Length Power Other specs Quantity Price & availability

6'8"

Medium

Action:
X Fast

Line Weight:
4-12 lbs.

Lure Weight:
1/8 - 1/2 oz.

Pieces:
1

Handle Chart Reference:
A

Model:
JML68MS
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  • SKU: 1765449

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6'8"

Med Hvy

Action:
X Fast

Line Weight:
6-17 lbs.

Lure Weight:
1/4 - 5/8 oz.

Pieces:
1

Handle Chart Reference:
A

Model:
JML68MHS
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7'2"

Med Hvy

Action:
Fast

Line Weight:
6-17 lbs.

Lure Weight:
1/4 - 5/8 oz.

Pieces:
1

Handle Chart Reference:
B

Model:
JML72MHS
  • $139.99

  • SKU: 1765452

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There isn't a fish alive that can trash this rod; we've proven that. And our customers confirm that no other rod, at any price, can match it for sensitivity. The Bass Pro Shops® Johnny Morris® Signature Series II Spinning Rod combines the proven performance features of the original series--one of the world's lightest, toughest, best handling rods--with some hot new upgrades, without altering the core. Proven performance features include super-high-grade 85 million modulus graphite blank, industry-leading Type 1 Slit Carbon Powerwall construction, and exclusive carbon cloth butt wrap for unprecedented strength. Upgraded features include Fuji® New Concept stainless steel K-guides with Alconite® rings, premium molded split handles with ultra-comfortable P-Tec polyfoam grips, and our super-low-profile two-piece exposed-blank reel seat with a Soft Touch finish.

  • Super-high-grade 85 million modulus graphite blank
  • Industry-leading Type 1 Slit Carbon Powerwall construction
  • Exclusive carbon cloth butt wrap for unprecedented strength
  • Fuji New Concept stainless steel K-guides with Alconite rings
  • Premium molded split handles with ultra-comfortable P-Tec polyfoam grips
  • Our super-low-profile two-piece exposed-blank reel seat with a Soft Touch finish
Bass Pro Shops Johnny Morris Signature Series II Spinning Rod 4.6 5 18 18
rod very nice rod. sensitive and powerful. Handle is extremely comfortable January 10, 2015
4.5 lb Bass in less than 1 hour after purchase The fishing gods were looking out for me today. Just picked up my new J.Morris series II rod today paired with a PQ "H" Spinning reel. Stopped by a local clear water lake on the way home. Landed a 4.5 lb LG bass on my third cast on a drop shot rig. Because this is the first time I used the rod I was not sure what to expect, heck I only has the rod for an hour. But I like it, The rod handled this bass smoothly, the rod is extremely light and brought my first 4 lb bass of the year in with no problem. Can't wait to use it a lot more for lake and California Delta bass fishing in Northern Califonia this spring and summer. February 14, 2013
MAGIC STICK This rod is awesome so strong and super sensitive. I can feel every tick and bump. I would have paid double for this rod a very very good value I own two carbonlite rods also and they are a joy to fish as well. The Johnnny Morris signature series rods are just as good if not better that G Loomis and yes I do own one. I will no longer pay $ 300 and up for a rod. Bass Pro Shops is awesome ! May 4, 2011
7' 2" MH Spinning Rod - Excellent Rod I fished the 7' 2" medium heavy Johnny Morris Series II spinning rod for Alaska silver and chum salmon that weighed from 3 - 12 pounds. After adjusting the reel's drag to an appropriate level, I fished with 30 lb. Sufix Performance Braid and Flashtrap Spinners weighing from 1/4 to 1/2 ounce. I found the rod comfortable and well balanced to fish with. Casting distance was excellent and effortless. I purchased the rod to try out the new "tangle free" guides, and found they indeed seemed to significantly reduce line tangle issues which can occur when fishing one of the newer super braid fishing lines. Rod was quite sensitive, so it was easy to tell when a spinner was working correctly as it was retrieved. When fish grabbed a lure, the rod had plenty of power for both setting the hook, and pulling large powerful salmon away from snags and back toward the boat. In my opinion this is a high quality rod easily worth the higher purchase price, when compared to less expensive Bass Pro Rods -- I also own Bass Pro Rods from 5 additional rod series -- however, this is easily my favorite of all of them. I own two of these rods and have used them on my salmon fishing charters with excellent success and no problems. November 8, 2011
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The advantage for the K series alconite guides compared to the Fuji titanium frame SIC guides used on the original Johnny Morris series rods is that the K series guides are more tangle free -- especially when fishing with one of the newer super braid lines. Alconites also cost less -- keeping overall rod cost down.

Both titanium frame SIC guides and recoil guides flex better which can be an advantage, and SIC guides are harder than alconite guides.
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Definitely not!

The titanium framed SiC guides that were on last years model were much better but they also cost more so I'm sure BPS went to stainless steel framed alconite guides to save money.

FYI: The rod price is lower this year and the cheaper guides probably play a big part in that.
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