Clam™ Meat Stick Series Ice Rods
- Sanded glass blank
- Tack-Grip handle
- Incredibly sensitive tip
- Fast backbone provides leverage for larger fish
20" Medium Action rod (model 8472)
The ultimate finesse rod for panfish, this shorter length can work as a sight fishing rod. It also works well inside ice shelters or whenever anglers need to position themselves close to a hole or electronics. A soft tip enables anglers to present small jigs and lures with a subtle and fluid stroke that also counters line twist.
24" Medium Action rod (model 8473)
The most popular length for panfish anglers who desire both sensitivity and subtleness in their presentation, along with backbone for occasional larger fish like bass. A great all-purpose length that works well inside shelters or outside when kneeling or fishing off a bucket.
28" Medium Action rod (model 8474)
Great all-species rod action that can balance well with panfish presentations or double as a finesse or dead stick rod for walleye and perch. This is the original rod blank that started the Meat Stick craze.
48" Medium Action rod (model 8494)
Extra-long, two-piece rod folds down for storage and transportation, but the extra length makes it a great standup panfish rod. Also works as a great dead stick rod for reaching to a far hole. In clear, shallow water, the extra length can help you catch more fish if commotion and boot noise are bumping fish.
Rated 5 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 5 out of 5 by mrbuschy Ultra Sensative I had been searching for a way to eliminate the spring bobber from my arsenal as they would always freeze up or get damaged. I tried about every external clip on tip that is out there and finally decided to spend the money and try out these rods. Well, I'm glad I did as they have solved my dilemma...these rods have an ultra sensative tip with a nice stiff backbone just like they advertise. I have replaced all of my cheap rods and bobbers with these now and couldn't be happier....well worth the money...Thanks Clam, I now have more room for jigs in my tackle box as I have eliminated the spring bobbers all together. March 13, 2013
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