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Duckett Fishing Micro Magic Cranking Rods

   

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6'9"

Medium

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Parabolic

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Model:
DFMM69MCC
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7'6"

Medium Heavy

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1

Model:
DFMM76MHCC
  • $159.99

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7'11"

Medium Heavy

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Model:
DFMM711MHCC
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  • Proprietary ring-lock micro-guides designed for the rigors of tourney fishing
  • Multi-modulus, ''guaranteed fresh'' pre-impregnated composite fiber blanks
  • Comfort grip reel seats
  • High-quality ''AA'' cork grips
  • Hook keepers
  • Custom anodized-aluminum winding checks
Duckett Fishing and American Tackle collaborated in performing extensive research and testing to develop a set of proprietary ring-lock micro-guides that will stand up to the rigors of tourney fishing. This micro-guide technology offers extreme light weight and durability, unmatched sensitivity, increased casting distances, and unparalleled accuracy. All blanks are made from the highest quality, multi-modulus, ''guaranteed fresh'' pre-impregnated composite fibers. All rods feature comfort grip reel seats, high-quality ''AA'' cork grips, hook keepers, and custom anodized-aluminum winding checks. Duckett Fishing is pro-driven--everything they do is focused on the angler, and it shows in these super-premium rods!
Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 17 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Cranking Rod This is my goto cranking rod! This rod loads up my squarebills very nicely allowing me to cast wherever I want them. Once I have a fish on, this rod keeps them buttoned on and cleanly landed; can't ask for anything more than that. I will definitely be buying another. March 3, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by like em I have six of these in different sizes. I love fishing with them and love the handles (nothing but cork). The problem I have had on about four of them is the micro guides come out or the ring pops out of the frame of the guide. Duckett has taken care of it for me but I had rather not have that happen of course. Overall they have a good product and I will continue to purchase them. But i think I would look for ways to improve the guide wrap. December 18, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 Worth it I love this rod. Well worth the money for the quality. I knew that the only bad reviews it gets is about the bottom end cork falling off my friend who has the same rod helped me fix it before it happened by actually breaking it off and putting it back on with gorilla glue to prevent it from ever falling off while fishing. Great product overall September 4, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by great rod i have many brands and types of rods and this rod is by far the best rod I have. the rod is light and you can feel everything that your line will come into contact with. I have pay much more for some of the rods that I have and they are not has light and don't have the feel this mico magic rod does. this is a great rod for the money. April 8, 2013
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what means parabolic

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the way it bends.
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A 'parabolic' rod is one that has a relatively soft tip, a significantly stiffer mid section, then softens up again in the butt section. Basically, the slower the rod, the more of a bend you will see from the tip to the butt in an even, uniform bend (commonly referred to as parabolic).

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I'm looking for only one crankbait rod to do all my cranking with. Will this 7'6" M rod be a good all around rod for shallow RC 1.5 as well as strike king 6xd and possibly dd22's. Or should I look into getting the Casting version of this rod for my needs? Thanks
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It will work okay. I do about 10% of my cranking with this rod. Its kind of an in-betweener. It does not do well with light lures and is horrible for deep cranking (it has poor feel with deep baits). I really like this rod but I would not consider it versatile. I have a very specific use for it and its a joy to fish when I do.
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YES!!!! Great choice
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Should fit the bill, idk about the deep cranking but it will be great for shallow
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Specs given for both rods same. Only difference appears to be length. Anyone have the details on this?
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The crankin rods are made of a fiberglass instead of a graphite
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Triggersticks are casting rods with long handles. (as opposed to traditional pistol grip casting rods). Just about all casting rods are triggerstick now days.

Cranking sticks are designed specifically for fishing treble hook lures and should always have a softer tip and slower parobolic action. The specs might be the same (eg M-MF, MH-MF) but they are different rods as the crankin stick should have a softer tip for treble hook forgiveness.
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The biggest difference is the actions of the crankin series is that these rods all have much more forgiving actions on them . Meaning that when a fish is on the rod has more give to allow the fish to take the bait deeper into the mouth and to keep from pulling the small trebles out of their mouths during the fight . I have used 20 different types of crankin rods over the past 20 years and these are diffinitely right up there even with the gloomis rods . I love them. Very light too . Hope that helps out . Good luck and tight lines .
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Go with something longer.
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you should be ok for now, but i think for the deep divers you will eventually want to upgrade. they are very sensitive.
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I would suggest a 7'6" for deep divers more rod action and better feel for your bait
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I don't think it's enough for deep divers.
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Rod length is not the key factor in determining the suitability of a rod for a given use.

Most would consider the rod a little clunky, but I like the 7' length for deep divers and square bills. I get better casting distance, better control, etc., but again, they can wear you down after a hard day of fishing.
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The 7'11" is the best rod for the deep diving cranks but the 7' med is the better all around rod you just wont get as long of a cast with the deep divers compared to the 7'11" rod . Still the 7' footer will definitely be the best all around one rod only rig to start with . Go with a 5.1 to 1 reel and you wont be sorry . Good luck and tight lines .
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Is the tip still soft enough to throgh a 5/16oz crankbait?
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yes. they will cast better than any other rod.
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Yes it is, especially the 6' to 6'6" rods. Go to Duckett fishing website & look at Boyds suggested uses for each rod.
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On the 6'9 and the 7' medium action rods you should not have a problem given you have a good quality reel.
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Yes but I have gotten a little better distance from my 6'6" med/light Carbonlight paired up with a Curado 50E at casting these light weight cranks . I really don't cast these light weight cranks much so sometimes I don't take my carbonlight combo mentioned above and will use the Duckett 7' rod paired with the Curado 50E instead with good results though just not as good as the other . The Duckett rod is much more sensitive though . I am very happy with the carbonlight sensitivity too just the Duckett rods are in a class all alone where sensitivity is concerned . I also will use my spinning rod ( 7' m/l Falcon Cenderi ) paired with a Sustain 2500 and 2/10 # braid for these light cranks in what I feel is really a super setup for stained to muddy waters . I really get the most distance this way and the the light rod absorbs the battle close to the boat very well . Just make sure not to set the drag to high on this setup . I guess for that matter on the other rigs too but really important if using braid line . I always switch to backreel as the fish gets closer to the boat when using braid . Hope this helps out in some way . Good Luck !!
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on the cranking rods, they are very limber on the tips, but they have stiff backbone. perfect for cranking, and spinnerbaits IMO.
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Yes, its moderate
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Yes they are moderate . They have even give down to the mid point in the rod then they really turn into what I would call nearly a med/medhvy power . The action is for sure moderate not parabolic all the way down . In my opion they are perfect . I have 3 of them and plan on buying 3 more . They really give me total confidence to crank away .
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The action of the new crankbait rods are unique. When you go to cast the rod it loads up like a medium action rod giving you alot of backbone and power to make really long cast. Once the bait enters the water it is a soft feeling sensitive action like the finest of crankbait rods. When you need to give the bait a quick solid pump to free it from grass it hits a kind of solid section of the rod breaking it free easier than glass rods. I hope this is a good enough explanation because the unique action of this rod is kind of hard to explain. I did go to this rod exclusively from a KVD rod 2 Kistler cranking rods and a St. croix mojo bass for all my cranking rods. The white rods are also the lightest best balanced rods I own and am in the process of switching to all Duckett rods.
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Dont worry about it. These rods are garbage. The guides break. The tip of the rod freys. The line rubs on the rod because the guides are too close. Stay away from the first generation micro guides. The newer ones are getting bigger and more durable.
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I am somewhat reluctant to answer your question because I don't own this rod, but .........

Winding checks are normally found between the butt winding and the handle. This rod appears to have no butt winding/wraps, but has an aluminum winding check to transition from the rod black to the handle.
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