Berkley® Lightning Rod® IM6 Trigger Rods
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- High-modulus IM6 graphite blank
- Chrome-plated SS304 guides
- Hidden-thread foregrip
- Skeletonized reel seat gives 100% reel and finger contact
America’s best-selling graphite rod delivers powerful value and stunning good looks! High-modulus IM6 graphite provides the ideal balance of durability, light weight, and strength, and it’s topped with chrome-plated SS304 guides, which are 20-times tougher and 55% lighter than aluminum oxide. The hidden-thread foregrip further reduces weight, and the skeletonized reel seat gives 100% reel and finger contact with the super-sensitive blank.
Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 17
Rated 3 out of 5 by bassfisher1958 very lightweight rod
Be careful not to overtighten reel seat. Seat broke when I placed reel on the rod. Since I tape reel on my spinning rods will fish with it. Handled 9 lb. striper on a recent trip.
April 15, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by annoyingcow Best Rod for the Money
For less than $50.00, this has to be the best rod you can buy. It is the most sensitive rod I've ever used, detecting the slightest of bites. I have the 7' MH and it's my first baitcaster and I absolutely love it. Only downside is the guides. While they are very lighweight and sleek, they sacrifice strength and I bent them trying to pull a lure off a log. However, they easily bent back into place. If you need a good rod for less, BUY THIS!
March 18, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Goodoldboy Great Rod
I have used berkley lightning rods for years. The very first cast I made with it I caught a bass. The feel of the rod is good and it seems to be very strong but lightweight. For the money you cant beat them.
March 9, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by 2211champion Berkley Lighting Rod
I have been using the Lighting Rods for over 25 years and have found them very hard to break or damage. I have caught fish up to and 1 over 10 lbs. It puts up a great fight so the fish is in the boat in very short time. Most fish don't have much of a chance using this rod along with a good reel and braided line for sensitivity. Over the years these rods just keep going and going from 5'6" to 6' are the ones I use in tournament action. You can count on these to do the job and are light in weight.
February 25, 2014
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