Bass Pro Shops® Tourney Special® Spinning Rods
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- 20% lighter than previous models
- High-grade, 42-million modulus, multilayer IM7 graphite blank
- Pac Bay® 304 stainless steel guides with stainless steel inserts
- Exclusive low-profile exposed blank reel seats
- Split-grip EVA handles
- Pro Guard epoxy finish
- Multipurpose hook keeper
Dominate the competition with Bass Pro Shops Tourney Special Spinning Rods, crafted with premium graphite for a rod that's 20% lighter than previous models. Remarkably powerful yet incredibly responsive, these tournament-grade rods are built on a high-grade, 42-million modulus, multilayer IM7 graphite blank for remarkable strength and minimum weight. Lightweight Pac Bay 304 stainless steel guides with stainless steel inserts provide unhindered line flow in either direction. Other features include exclusive low-profile exposed blank reel seats for maximum feel, and split-grip EVA handles. Our 2013 Tourney Special Spinning Rods sport a durable Pro Guard epoxy finish and multipurpose hook keeper.
Rated 3.4 out of 5 by 14
Rated 1 out of 5 by grc50 Tourney rods
I've bought ~30 of these rods thru the years taking many family member and kids fishing.. Great spinning and casting rods until you removed the cork grip. Totally changed the balance and feel of the rod.
Even my now adult son who grew up on Tourney rods and bought the new non cork handle ones, complained about them..He bought a different brand to replace them.. Please put it back on.. Change is not always better. Thanks
March 16, 2014
Rated 2 out of 5 by JLB63 Where's the cork?
I've used these rods for several years and was satisfied that they were a good value. They offered a good range of lengths and actions, they casted well, and sensitivity and strength were sufficient. Then the cork handle disappeared and was replaced with a knob on the end and a very small bit of rubber at the reel. Essentially, the new grip version is no grip at all. I actually bought one of these, and ended up wrapping the no-grip portion with bicycle handlebar tape. It's better than before, but the whole idea of no-grip is nonsense to anyone who is a fisherman. PLEASE bring back the cork!
March 3, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by Dugger50 Bring back the cork handle!
Love the Tourney rod series... well, the OLD Tourney rod series!!!!!! Please bring back the cork handle!!!! This new version simply does not stand up to the quality of the old sweetheart! What the heck happened??????? Love my Bass Pro but man "o" man did you ever drop the ball on this one!
January 24, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Jobron Good quality for the money.
I own this rod in a 6'6" MH, and for the price, it's a fairly nice rod. Plenty of hook-setting backbone, but still fairly sensitive. My biggest complaint would have to be the ridiculous hook-keeper. The line will occasionally get caught on this. I may end up clipping that off. Other than that, for $49.99, you won't find a better rod.
September 16, 2013
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