Berkley Lightning Rod Shock Series Spinning Rod
Because superline fishing is here to stay, Berkley® designed their Lightning Rod® Shock Series Spinning Rods to give anglers a rod specifically designed to handle today's superlines. The Lightning Rod Shock Series Rod's 1K Power Helix construction creates extra strength with a lightweight feel, and the Strike Amplifying Tip (S.A.T) blends fiberglass with graphite to produce for a slower-reacting tip that results in fewer lost fish. Diamond-polished aluminum oxide guides reduce friction, decrease wind knots and other line management issues while remaining lightweight and tough. The Lightning Rod Shock Rod Series also feature a split-grip design that delivers more sensitivity and better balance with less weight, and a suspending reel seat keeps the reel from hampering vibration, ensuring maximum sensitivity.
- Designed specifically for superline fishing
- Diamond-polished aluminum oxide guides
- 1K Power Helix
- Strike Amplifying Tip (S.A.T.)
- Split-grip design
- Suspending reel
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senko 7' m to mh
If you look at some of the other manufacturers rods, especially the ones that are technique specific, most of the senco style rods are 6-8 to 7-0 in length in medium action with fast or xtra-fast tips. One key is to be in that 3/16 to 3/4 oz lure weight range, which these rods are.
The 7-0 would make a great Senko rod. Good luck this season!
Casting a ML with small baits is easier and less tiring than with a Med. If you use a good reel with the drag set correct, you can catch much larger fish than you think. I've landed 5 LB bass on a Wally Marshall 6 1/2 foot ML with 6 lb test line on a crappie jig, Just took a while. Good Luck
and Pflueger President 6730.
Both work excelent. Both are only a couple of bucks more than your high price.
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