Falcon® BuCoo Casting Rods

   

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6'6"

Medium

Action:
Moderate

Line Weight:
8-17 lbs.

Lure Weight:
1/4 - 1/2 oz.

Pieces:
1

Handle Chart Reference:
A

Model:
BCC-4-166

6'6"

Med Hvy

Action:
Mod Fast

Line Weight:
12-20 lbs.

Lure Weight:
1/4 - 3/4 oz.

Pieces:
1

Handle Chart Reference:
A

Model:
BCC-5-166

7'

Medium

Action:
Moderate

Line Weight:
8-17 lbs.

Lure Weight:
1/4 - 1/2 oz.

Pieces:
1

Handle Chart Reference:
B

Model:
BCC-4-17

7'

Med Hvy

Action:
Moderate

Line Weight:
12-20 lbs.

Lure Weight:
1/4 - 3/4 oz.

Pieces:
1

Handle Chart Reference:
B

Model:
BCC-5-17

7'

Heavy

Action:
Fast

Line Weight:
12-25 lbs.

Lure Weight:
3/8 - 1 oz.

Pieces:
1

Handle Chart Reference:
B

Model:
BCC-6-17

7'

Heavy

Action:
Fast

Line Weight:
15-30 lbs.

Lure Weight:
3/8 - 1 oz.

Pieces:
1

Handle Chart Reference:
B

Model:
BCC-7-17
Falcon created their BuCoo Casting Rods so anglers don't have to drop bucoo bucks for a pro-quality rod that combines the latest technology with Falcon's proven and precise actions. Featuring high-quality FXB graphite blanks proudly made in America, the Bucoo Rods are outfitted with 100% Fuji® components, an exposed blank Fuji reel seat for maximum sensitivity and a weight saving split handle with EVA foam grips. With each weighing less than 4 ounces, there's no question that the BuCoo Rods deliver a lot of bang for the buck.

Each rod in the BuCoo series is designed for specific fishing techniques.
Model BCC-4-166 – This trigger stick is excellent for shallow to medium crankbaits and perfect for spinnerbaits as well.
Model BCC-5-166 – A tremendous ''all purpose'' rod for jigs, worms and big spinnerbaits.
Model BCC-5-1610 – The ultimate finesse jig and worm rod.
Model BCC-6-1610 – This heavy action Falcon is all business. It gets the big ones out of heavy cover and into the boat quick.
Model BCC-4-17 – Great for crankbaits, provides longer casts and the right action for whipping on big bass.
Model BCC-5-17 – Very versatile rod that handles everything from jigs to lipless crankbaits.
Model BCC-6-17 – The stoutest BuCoo rod. Ideal for pitching, flipping and Carolina rigging.    
Model BCC-7-17 – The ultimate ''power'' rod for jigs and soft plastics.
Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 33 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Just the rod I was looking for! I bought this rod in the micro guide series, and it was just the rod I had been looking for! This is a lightweight rod and I paired it with a Johnny Morris Carbonlite reel for my ultimate finesse combination! The fast tip is ultra sensitive and great for pitching and bottom bouncing a jig. I love the split grip handle. I am using this rod in place of my broken Carrot Stix rod, and so far this one outperforms. Highly recommend! March 9, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great rod for $89 I normally buy rods in the $70 or less range, but had points on my Rewards Card so I bought one of these BuCoos in 6'-6" medium. A terrific decision! It's super light, great action, and made in USA! A big step up from the cheaper rods, for only a few bucks more. Next time I had funds on my Rewards Card, I bought a second medium. I have more points stored up now....... time for a BuCoo medium heavy! September 11, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by bucoo to the max I cannot believe how light these rods are !!! and they don't break either !!! I have 2 of these and I can't stand how heavy my other rods feel compared to these.paired witmh my abu mgx I have a combo just slightly over 10 oz. August 17, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by great purchase Bought this rod to fish soft plastic jerkbaits. It's the lightest rod I've ever had. It has more of a parabolic action vs. a fast action tip. So it launches light baits with ease and allows me to skip soft plastics better. I fish the soft jerkbaits on braided line with this rod to help set the hook better. Only draw back would be the longer handle that sometimes hits my forearm while trying to skip the lures. I mostly have Powell rods and BPS Carbonlite rods. Powell's seem to be tip heavy but very strong. The Carbonlites I love, for certain purposes, but are tip stiff. So I use those for froging, jigging and spinnerbaiting. Winner with the Falcon and can't go wrong with the Carbonlites. July 23, 2013
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BuCoo or carbonlite

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Im looking into either this rod 6ft6 mh or the carbonlite 6ft6 mh. Which rod is better?
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I bought an Abu Gracia Orra SX and looking for a frog rod. I have looked at the following rods: Abu Veritas, Fenwick HMX, Kistler Carbon Steel, TFO Signature Series, St.Croix Mojo Bass, Falcon Bucoo, and All Star MS Micro. My budget is $110
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Veritas 7'3" med hvy
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abu mgx

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I have been very pleased with the BPS Pro Qualifiers. I have 6 of them, 4 Carbonlites (gold ones), 4 Carbonlites (black one), a couple of Curados and a few more odd and ins. The black Carbonlite reels (newer versions) I don't like at all. Pro Qualifiers are hands down winners.
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I have a quantum smoke on mine, but if you don't wanna spend the $200, then I would say a quantum code (it has a flippin switch also)
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Browning Midas would be an excellent choice.
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12lb berkley or 12 or 14lb spiderwire
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100% flourocarbon 20lb.
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Which ones better? the Falcon Bucoo or the St. Croix Mojo Bass?
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bucoo by far

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When I recently was choosing a rod, I compared these two rods. Both seemed to be sensitive rods with a lot of back bone. I ended up choosing the Falcon Bucoo though because it was much lighter as well as better balanced and the eyes were much smaller.
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Falcon all day! i own numerous rods by both brand. save the $ and get a better rod with a falcon!
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The mojo is a great quality rod but it is heavier and don't cast as well as th Bucoo
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walk the dog-spook

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75% of my fishing is walking the zara spook, I was originally looking for glass or a composite but this 6'6 M moderate action looks pretty tempting. Any thoughts? Alternative suggestions? I also want this to work for shallow cranks.
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Grab it. You can do both very well with this rod.
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it will surely be a good crankbait rod. i've got the 7' M moderate that i use for cranks and it's really nice. personally, i prefer a little faster tip for topwater. the 7' is a little "whippy" for that in my opinion, but the 6'6" may not be so bad. if it were me, i'd use their MH for topwater. from my experience with falcon rods, their actions are a little more moderate than most rod companies. they do put out quality rods, though. one other thing to consider, you hear people rave about their customer service. it is the exact opposite in my opinion. i had a 7' H that the handle split from the butt up through the reel seat while casting, and they claimed that i had misused the rod and would not replace it. i can't even get my damaged rod back from them...not like it's worth much now, but still...
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The 6' 10" rod works great for me when casting a spinnerbait.
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I use 7' Med Heavy action casting rods for spinnerbaits in that range. Also by simply adjusting the spool tension on your reel you can flip and pitch your spinnerbaits if necessary.

As far as rods being technique specific, it's the angler that determines which rod he or she will use for a particular presentation. Use your comfort zone as your guide.
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I would suggest the 6-10 medium. All these rods have a soft moderate fast progression making them very versatile and are perfect for reaction baits.
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hey bud, i own a 6'6" mh that is really good for that. we fish a bunch and throw alot of spinnerbaits all through the water column from too to bottom. i feel you wouldnt be disapointed with this rod with its accuracy and all. that being said the rod is slightly whippy for a mh in my opinion but you may like that. As a suggestion and about 20.00 in savings even though im not an Abu fan the 6'6" Vendetta is an awesome little bit stiffer all around rod. I actually use the vendetta more now because its slightly stiffer and at 79.00 its a rod i dont worry too much about. Hope this helps
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I use a 6 6 MH for all my bass fishing, one because if you use 20 rods of different legnths,, and power, then you have to adjust everytime you pick one up. I like a stiff rod for spinnerbait fishing because I feel you get a better feal for what the bait is doing. 6 6 is also more convieniant for trasport than a 7 or longer rod. I go backwoods fishing and that extra 6 inches gets on my nerves and the handle is just too long for my style of fishing. Most of the time I fish from the bank a 6'6 rod helps with casting distance, but is still solid enough to get a good huookset if you are 50 yards away from fish.
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Awesome if u break a rod they send you a new one no questions asked
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Excellent! highly recomended!
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