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Duckett Fishing Micro Magic Trigger Rod

   

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6'6"

Medium

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DFMM66MC

6'9"

Med Hvy

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DFMM69MHC

Duckett Fishing and American Tackle collaborated in performing extensive research and testing to develop a set of proprietary ring-lock micro-guides for the Duckett Fishing Micro Magic Trigger Rods 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!

  • 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 Trigger Rods 4.3 5 28 28
BEST Duckett is my favorite bass fishing rod company for many reasons. First off is the blank of the rod. The blanks are so sensitive, I can often feel bites others cannot. I also love the sleek color line of these rods. Second, are the micro guides. These micro guides offer better casting distance, better casting accuracy, and better sensitivity. And lastly, the weight and feel. Duckett has the best, most balanced feeling rods you will find on the bass fishing market. Any reel you put on these rods feels like the perfect match. Boyd really outdid himself with these rods, and I am thankful I tried these rods. July 30, 2012
GREAT!! Excellent job boyd!! light, sensitive and looks great!! May 19, 2012
An exceptional rod. I fish a lot, and I have fished a lot for a long time. I catch big fish and have a lot of expensive casting rods and reels. I am really fussy about my rods. I have bought Shimano, St. Croix, Loomis, Bass Pros Johnny Morris Signiture ll. The ones I didn't like I sold to my friends. My favorite is the "XPS Extreme" w/ the cork Power Hump Handle @ 99.99 dollars. Much better than those expensive rods. I have 4 of them in different lengths and actions and 1 spinning outfit. If a rod doesn't have some kind of cork handle it's junk. The XPS rod is made of a 60 million modulus graphite and has a quality cork handle. But it fishes and handles so fine. All the other rods have a higher graphite modulus construction, but come on, who can count to 80 million anyway. The Duckett rod, has graphite made from "fresh resins" that is supose to be under 30 days old. How many million modulus is that, who cares. It also has a high quality cork handle. As you hold the rod, your hand cups around the reel, your fingers are touching the rod blank under the reel, that's the tickett. The micro guides help transfer the bite contact and vibrations down the line and rod to your fingers under the reel. This is what actually gives you the sensations of a hit. I fish only for big fish, Bass and Stripers, and I use mostly big live bait in deep water with very light or no weight. In 30 or 40 feet of water with another 50 feet of line out, you must have a very sensitive rod to feel when a really big fish sucks in your bait and closes it mouth on the line. Because really big fish just hold still while they're taking the bait. They don't always swim off with it. They didn't get to be big by being stupid and they don't have that kamakasi instint like smaller fish do. If you don't set the hook right away, or they feel weight on the bait, or drag on the line or something doesn't feel right with their mouthfull. They spit it out swim off and you never know it. I can feel all that with my Duckett rod. This one is the 6 ft 9in. medium heavy fast tip. The next one will be the 7 ft. heavy action. Beside all that the rod is beautiful. Match it with a Pflueger Patriarch 7.1 reel. May 18, 2012
Excellent!!!!!!! i had purchased a 7' 6" xtra heavy dukett rod an fell in love with it. i have 2 carrots, e21 is great, aint taking nothing from em but i like ducketts better. i put a $250 quantum tour edition on i an its like holding pure gold!!! Ive been skipping jigs way under docks with it like a pro. Pretty soon ill be buying another one to replace my Vendetta. Again a great rod, I jus prefer ducketts. Way to go guys!! May 17, 2012
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I was thinking 6'9" MH,I know the rods for spinners, worms/jigs and buzzbaits. But does it work for shallow cranks, rattle traps and topwaters too? Thanks.
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I know the 7ft M has a fast tip, and the 7ft MH has an Xtra fast tip. So witch one would you think's better to get? 7M or 7MH?
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That is about the right lenght and action just make sure it has a fast tip for topwaters and crankbaits
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im looking at getting this rod in 7'6 H or the St. croix rage rod in 7'4 H. is this rod as good as the Rage? Are there advantages of one over the other? I'm looking to pair this or the Rage rod with an Ardent Edge Tournament in the 6.5:1 ratio. Thanks
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I believe the Duckett 7'11" XH are the most versatile rods I own. Use them for pitching, flipping and for plastic swim baits like the Big Easy. The parabolic action really has increased my hook up rates!
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Is the med stiff enough for 1/2 blades? or the med-hvy have enough flex for 3/8oz?
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Without a doubt you need to throw the MH. M is too light. Go heavier with these rods because they are so light.
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First of all, for this rod, I would recommend using a 7' to fish a spinnerbait. However, if you are not comfortable using a 7' rod then a 6' 6" can work. I almost always use medium heavy for spinnerbaits, and the medium heavy has no trouble with a 3/8oz.
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According to the manufacturer, the Medium Heavy weight would be the recommended rod by Boyd for throwing a 1/2 oz spinnerbaits. He also recommends the Medium weight for 1/4 - 3/8 oz spinnerbaits.
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hey i was wondering what kind or kinds of reels people are using on the duckett micro rods they are super light i just wanna pair it with a good reel
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i put a quantum tour edition reel on my 7' 6" xtra heavy ad it feels unbelievable!

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I only use one reel with this rod because it is so nice. Shimano Curado. It is the best baitcasting reel that has ever been made and works perfectly with this rod.
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I have a johnny morris signature series II reel paired up with my duckett rod. It really doesn't matter what reel you put on the rod...the main thing your after is a balanced setup. The spot right past where the reel sits towards the rod blank will be your fulcrum point. Place your pointer finger underneath the rod at the fulcrum point with the reel already attached and if the rod stays level with the ground then you have a balanced setup. If the rod tip is lower add weight to the butt of the rod...if the reel end is lower...get a longer rod or a lighter weight reel.
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Shimano Curado 200 series all the way.
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Also thinking of using my MH carrot stick for spinnerbaits and just getting a couple of these for worm/ jig and carolina rig. Any opinions/ suggestions?
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Yes. This rod will handle 1/4oz to 1/2oz spinnerbaits with ease. This rod is much more sensitive than the carrot stick so I would stick with this one. The 7' 3" mh is great for worming/jigging and I like the 7' 6" heavy for a carolina rod. (depending on the weight your fishing)
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Should do OK with that but with any spinnerbait/crankbait rod you need a good sensitive blank that you can feel the vibration of the blades or wobble of the crankbait. The Duckett in some cases lacks sensitivity...so I would go with another brand instead.
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I have the medium action 7' and it is awesome for slinging spinnerbaits...perfect action...medium heavy would probably be ok as well but I feel that medium is just right.
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I would go with the 6'9" MH for all-around spinnerbaiting.
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Has anyone compared these two rods in there hands. Im in between a duckett 7'3 mh and e21 micro carrot 7'3". I would like to know which rod is lighter. Any answers would greatly be appreciated. Thanks
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They are about the same...get the Duckett...same build quality and the duckett is 40 bucks cheaper then the cork handle version of the carrot stix.
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Both are hardly noticeable in weight. You must be a have a god given hand to even tell the weight difference.

As for sensitivity, the Duckett wins by a mile. Why? Most of it's micro guide are layer close to the top and when line tense up, you feel the rod tip more. Thus in giving you more sensitivity.
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I have a 7' mh carrot stick & this rod feels lighter. It's defiantly more sensitive. I plan on getting a 7'3" for Carolina rigging.
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The E21 feels lighter by a hair, but the Duckett is a lot more sensitive and durable. So many E21 are snapping in the cast and the return process is not worth the hassle. Duckett all day, you will not be disappointed, heck I'll buy it from you.
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I have held them both in my hand and they seemed to be about equal. The carrot might be a tiny bit lighter but it is a less sensitive and worse built rod. I know from experience, I've had them both. Go with the duckett.
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CARROT STIX IS LIGHTER.THE 7' MED HEAVY CARROT STIX IS LIGHTER THAN THE 7'6" DUCKETT
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