Browning® Fishing Medallion® GT Muskie Casting Rods
Wherever you find fishable water, you'll find a reason to put this dependable rod to the test. Every model is strong and sure, with time-honored actions throughout the line. Now laced with boron, the Medallion offers a level of sensitivity unmatched by other rods in its class. Its 35 million boron/graphite matrix blank offers excellent "feel" at the tip with plenty of power to the butt, with Fuji® aluminum oxide guides, a graphite exposed-blank reel seat, a multi-purpose lure keeper, and premium cork handle.
Rated 3.7 out of 5 by 7 reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by HockeyHelmetWheelchair Marked Wrong I purchased the 6'3" XH jerkbait rod which is marked "1/2-2 ounces" on the BPS website. I purchased it to fish those jerkbaits that are too much for a bass jerkbait rod and too light for the typical pool cue you'd fish the big ones on. After getting the rod in the mail before I even looked at the ratings on the blank I could feel it was too much. The rod is actually marked "5/8-4". If you want a pool cue to fish the bigger jerks this is a decent rod but it's not what it says on the website. As others have said, this rod does not have an exposed blank at the handle. November 8, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by catfishjoey beefy, tough rod. Well, the first fish I caught on this rod was a 58 lb blue cat... And it held up just fine... its a tough, well-built rod... July 22, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by Mike123456 Id buy another Got this rod on sale works great but the only bad thing is that the paint is coming off in a couple spots was going to send it back but to much hassle and i cant be without a rod so i guess i will live with it July 22, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by FailingWithStyle Great Value Beefy strong rod for a great price. Well built, good looking and comfortable to fish with all day. Does not have blank through handle as listed in the description though. August 8, 2010
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Details:I would like to pair one of these rods with the calcutta 400b but I don't know which rod I should get. I held both in the store and I think the browning rod was more comfortable (It's lighter weight and I like the handle and grip better). However, what I like better about the the Compre is that it comes in eight foot. Which would most likely work better?
A:Each Angler will have a preference over one rod then the other. Your best bet is to stick with what feels comfortable and you will be able to handle.
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A:Unfortunately, this is a casting rod for baitcasst reels.
A:No. It's a casting rod. The guide seats are too close to the blank.
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