Bass Pro Shops® Tourney Special® Trigger Rods
- 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
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If you are going after mainly Bass with lures heavier than 1/4 ounce you should probably get the Medium rod. For the price you can get both the Medium and the Medium Light Micro lite rods to meet more of your needs for about the price of one Mojo Bass rod.
In my opinion, the BPS Micro Lite ML is better suited to Walleye, Trout, Perch and Crappie fishing than for Bass because of it' s more flexible action. It seems to be strong enough to handle the much larger fish that I was not expecting.
The Mojo Bass is listed and named to be a species specific rod and may be better suited for Bass fishing. The Micro Lite would be a less expensive rod that is possibly better suited for all around fresh water fishing.
If I were looking to buy a higher quality more expensive rod for Bass fishing. I would take a hard look at the BPS store brand Bass rods. Since I prefer a more flexible rod that would still be the Micro Lite. That is until I find one the feels better in my hand. I personally do not care for the longer two piece handled rods.
With the BPS rods and reels that have a good review, They are normally of a superior quality at a better price.