Bass Pro Shops Power Plus Trophy Class Trigger Rod

   

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6'6"

Med Hvy

Line Weight:
10-25 lbs.

Lure Weight:
1/2 - 2 oz.

Model:
1051
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  • SKU: 700367

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6'6"

Heavy

Line Weight:
12-30 lbs.

Lure Weight:
1 - 4 oz.

Model:
1052
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  • SKU: 700377

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7'

Med Hvy

Line Weight:
10-25 lbs.

Lure Weight:
1/2 - 2 oz.

Model:
1053
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  • SKU: 700382

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7'

Heavy

Line Weight:
12-30 lbs.

Lure Weight:
1 - 4 oz.

Model:
1054
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  • SKU: 700385

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7'6"

Med Hvy

Line Weight:
10-25 lbs.

Lure Weight:
1/2 - 2 oz.

Model:
1055
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  • SKU: 700393

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7'6"

Heavy

Line Weight:
12-30 lbs.

Lure Weight:
1 - 4 oz.

Model:
1056
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  • SKU: 700398

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Tackle big fish like catfish, striper, and largemouth bass. These Bass Pro Shops® Power Plus™ Trophy Class Trigger Rods have plenty of backbone and muscle, yet without large diameters and weight. The secret is in the unidirectional fiberglass construction that eliminates the layering normally found in fiberglass rods. This process also adds flexibility, eliminating premature breakage and stress on the wrist. Features an extended EVA foam handle, for extra power and fighting leverage, that easily fits in rod holders, heavy-duty double foot aluminum oxide guides, hook keeper for pre-rigging and sensitive graphite reel seat. All rods are 2 piece. Guide number includes tip.

Bass Pro Shops Power Plus Trophy Class Trigger Rod 4.4 5 36 36
Very good purchase Excellent product, well made. I paired it with Bass Pro Shops Megacast reel, casts beautifully, wish I had purchased it sooner. September 17, 2014
disappointed bought 3 of the heavy 7'6" rods recently and already broke 2 of them. One was my fault while removing from vehicle but other one broke while casting so not believing on the heavy part of this rod May 19, 2014
heavy duty haven't used rod yet. they haven't put boat ramps out to get to use boat. good and stiff for heavy musky lures. I can't wait to try it. April 23, 2014
not sure yet Bought 2 and 1 broke 1st time out. Other performed flawlessly. Hoping they will swap it out. Havent tried to yet.Brought in a number of big bass with it and it did the job. I use it to fish live shiners for big bass and it drives hook home. The one that didnt break was great. March 17, 2014
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The 7'6" MH rod has 7 guides plus the tip.
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hows the action on the mh?

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i was thinking of using the 7'6" mh for cats and wanted to know if its all stiff or is there action in the tip
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Plenty of action in the tip... However look at the new line guides they're using on these now. They're nowhere as good as what the old ones were.
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Good rod for the money and they will handle a "Big Blue". I've landed several in the 30 to 40 lb. range.
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These rods are great for cats with a mh action with some tip action
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Anyone had any problems with the pieces coming apart while casting? Do they lock together or is it just held together with a snug fit like a lot of rods?
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Hello it is held together with the traditional snug fit, holds together really well, have never had a problem with it coming apart while casting.
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Most rods have a snug fit and won't come apart, occasionally i you don't fit it right they come apart but you can always recover the tip when you reel the bait back in.
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No. You may want to check to make sure the two pieces are a snug fit before using after storage. They are just held together with a snug fit. Be sure and not tighten too much or you may have problems getting the pieces apart.

If you get them too taught, you can always turn a 1/4 turn whill pulling and this will cause air gaps and the release of the two pieces.
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How is the sensitivity?

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How is the sensitivity on this rod? I am thinking about getting the 7'6" MH rod but I do not know if it is suitable for bass fishing.

Is this rod sensitive enough for bass fishing?
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I would recommend the Graphite series for bassing.This rods are great for catfishing.
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This rod is suitable for bass fishing, it is not the most sensitive but is sensitive enough for bass.
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hi, i'm fishing in Lake Tansi in Crossville Tennessee and i want to get into the alabama rig and i was wondering if the 7'6 heavy action rod is good for the alabama rig
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I prefer a 7 foot rod for Alabama rigs.
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1 year, 11 months ago
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ITS RATED FOR 25LB BRAIDED LINE.I AM USING 30LB POWER PRO BRAID.
I WOULD TRY IT! I GOT THE 7' ROD
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I'm always hunting catfish, and I've heard there are huge ones in lower James river.
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Definitely! I've had excellent luck with this rod bringing in a 53 lb'er and quite a few more ranging in the 30 & 40 lb. range.
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Yes, Pulled in a 40lb in SC with no problems.
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Yes it can, Catfishmomma brought in a 70lbs, Bluecat
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will the medium heavy rod throw an alabama rig.
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yes but I'd go with the heavy action cause it able to handle most a rigs cause some of them are over 2 oz with all the lures
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Baitcaster is working great
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Any Abu Garcia with a bait clicker or any other casting reel with a bait clicker. This would be the perfect bottom fishing set up for larger bodies of water. Too big for a pond.
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You would need to use a baitcast reeel in your price rance preference.
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Definitely, especially on the river or in bigger water.
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yes, this is a rod that you can count on to handle big fish
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I have 2 of these rods, i am from cincinnati as well, i constantly bank fish on the ohio river with these rods and i couldnt be happier.. ive pulled in quite a few good size fish without stressing the rod what so ever
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Is this a 2 piece rod?

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yes,two peice
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no it is a one pice rod
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