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Duckett Fishing Micro Magic Spinning Rod

   

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7'

Med Lt

Action:
X Fast

Pieces:
1

Model:
DFMM70MLS
  • $159.99

  • SKU: 1829570

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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. The Duckett Fishing Micro Magic Spinning Rod blanks are made from the highest quality, multi-modulus, ''guaranteed fresh'' pre-impregnated composite fibers. All Micro Magic Spinning 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!

  • 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 Micro Magic Spinning Rod 4.5 5 10 10
Can't wait to throw this rod! Spent 2 hours @ BPS today looking for a new drop shot rod. I had a Loomis GL-2, St Croix Rage, Shimano Crucial, and an Abu Veritas in my hand. (I own St. Croix, Loomis GLX, and Falcon rods, so im naturally bias toward them.) Compared them all to the Duckett DFMM70MS and it was lighter and more sensitive than the other 4. I decided to go with it. I did notice one issue, luckily before I got to the checkout - one of the guides was messed up. The insert was in the guide crooked, making the top razor sharp. That could have been a problem. I went back and swapped it out. All in all, seems just as nice as rods 2x the price. Can't wait to give it a try, will report back. February 4, 2012
These rods are truly awesome. I was impressed with Boyd's refusal to compromise quality for a payout when he was with the last company. So I tried this rod out of sheer respect. I didn't think it would be much different than my other mid range rods. I was dead wrong. These rods are light, cast a mile and weigh nothing, Plus they're kind of cool looking! Was also skeptical about the micro guides. I am now convinced that all rods will have these one day. I fish mono, braid and FC with these. Incidentally I paired these extremely light rods with the extremely light Shimano Stradic CI4 and you can hardly tell you're holding anything. May 15, 2011
Most Bang for your Buck This rod is awesome. It's amazing how light and sensitive this rod is while still maintaining good backbone. I bought the 7ft Medium Light for primarily shaky heads and honestly I don't think I could have bought a better shaky head rod than if I had have spent $500 on it. It has flexible tip great for shaking the worm around and giving it lots of action, but it also still has good backbone for setting the hook. And did I mention how light this thing is, I couldn't believe it when I felt it for the first time. I paired it up with a Pfluger President reel and I love it. Perfect balance. Anyways if you thinking of buying this rod and have something holding you back on it let it go, you won't regret it. September 25, 2011
Excellent Purchase I've been fishing for about two years now using the cheap $20 rods. I really didn't know how important the reel and rod was when it came to fishing. A good friend shared with me, that if I was gone to fish for the Big Bass, that I needed to step my game up. So, I purchased the Boyd Duckett Micro Magic Spinning Rod and laced it up with the Shimano Stradic CI44000F. This combo is ridiculous light and the rod is extremely sensitive. Also, the casting seems to be endless. The other day, I cast clear across a large canal and got hung up in some saw grass…lol. My fish catching ratio has definitely gone to another level. So, far I’ve caught 15 – 20 bass ranging from 2 – 5 lbs. in my first weekend out. (From the banks) Now it’s straight “BEAST Mode”. Lake Okeechobee 10 + pound Bass, here I come…. HK (Sarasota – West Palm, FL) May 19, 2011
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I can use anything from 3/16 to 5/8 without any problem but prefer to stay at 1/2oz. max. med. is more like a medium light in feel and balance.
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I'm looking for a crank bait spinning rod. Will this material work for this application? Thanks in advance for the help!! Having hard time finding spinning rod for cranking. Any suggestions would be great.
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Probably if you get a med. heavy as they are a little light for weights given.
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It should do alright, some materials transfer vibration easier than others...and the action/power/manufacturing of the rod also plays a factor. Always stick with a simple no frills rod with a matte blank finish and microguides and you will get a more sensitive rod.
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Is it a 1 or 2 piece rod?

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all are 1 piece
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The rod is absolutely a one piece rod. The first responder is mistaken. I own 4 of these rods. Duckett fishing does not make a 2 piece rod. Period.
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This is a two piece rod.
It's great for Crappie because it casts light weight lures easily.
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What are the tips like? Fast/Mod?
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I would say the tips are a mod/fast from the two that I have picked up...usually a moderate to moderate fast tip is the best for crankbaits. You still get a good hookset but you don't set it hard enough to where you pull the trebles out. Always though get a MH power so you can rip the crankbait free if it gets fould up with weeds...etc.
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Fast. The best are the "cranking series" They're baitcasters. I'd use the medium heavy for cranking. The 7 footer or longer.
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Are these guides made for braid or can you use mono/fluro? Has anyone used mono with it?
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You can use braid, but my experience with braid on spinning rods is not a good one. Braid wraps around the tip to easily and you lose a tremendous amount of casting distance with braid on spinning gear.
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These rods are designed with braid in mind. They are resistant to braid and therefore fine for the lesser punishment that mono and fc dish out. I use all three types of line with these rods and they preform very well.
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I've never liked braided line, but I know that light weight mono works great.
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How many guides(micro), plus tip does the 7 rod have ?
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Not sure but my med. 6ft.6in. has 11 including tip.
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The 7' Medium spinning rod has 11 guides total including the tip. 8 micro and the other 3 are smaller than your average spinning eyes. The first guide from the reel has an opening about the size of a nickel or smaller and the next 2 taper down to the micro guides. So 10 guides (7 micro) plus a micro tip. Awesome rod!
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