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Sale Quantum KVD Signature Series Crankbait Rod

   

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Length Power Other specs Quantity Price & availability

7'10"

Med Hvy

Action:
Moderate

Line Weight:
12-25 lbs.

Lure Weight:
3/8 - 1 oz.

Pieces:
1

Model:
KVDC710MHCC
  • Sale price: $52.49

  • Reg. price: $69.99

  • SKU: 1866275

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Use the same actions Kevin uses to dominate the Bassmaster Elite Series! The premium components of the Quantum® KVD Signature Series Crankbait Rod include a powerful E-glass blank with soft tip actions; genuine Fuji® ACS reel seats; premium Concept-spaced Pacific Bay guides with Hialoy inserts; and lightweight, durable EVA foam split-grip handles. Manufacturer's three-year limited warranty.

  • Powerful E-glass blanks with soft tip actions
  • Genuine Fuji ACS reel seats
  • Premium Concept-spaced Pacific Bay® guides with Hialoy inserts
  • Lightweight, durable EVA foam split-grip handles
Quantum® KVD Signature Series Crankbait Rods 4.4 5 23 23
Light as a pencile This is the lightest rod I have ever owned! It's great for every thing I have it paired up with the bps pro qualifier! Casts a mile great rod!!! September 29, 2012
So far...Love this rod! I'm a big fan of these rods as I own 5! 2 spinners and 3 bait casters. This cranking stick is my newest and although I've only fished with it twice, I really like it. New to the cranking game, but I do feel this rod, coupled with the KVD crankbait reel, is a solid combo. Plus the price ain't half bad when you compare it to other models. June 22, 2012
Not disappointed I purchased the7' medium fast rod to throw Senkos and unweighted worms on 12 lb test. I wanted a rod that would throw these for distance but had to sacrifice some hook setting power. Would make a good drop shot rod with 8 lb test. I gave it 5 stars out of respect for KVD. Beautiful rod that performs well, however I have 2 complaints about the hook holder. I think all rods today should be built with texas rig hook holders which this rod does not have. To me, the hook holder is located too close to the top of the rod handle. Although I have small hands, my index finger will sometimes overlap the holder. June 8, 2012
Swing and a miss Maybe I am doing something wrong. I'm not used to the action of the rod yet but I keep getting bites,set the hook,reel the fish about 3 cranks and it gets off. May 29, 2012
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It will but the bps pro qualifier is a better reel and a lower price. And if you don't believe me ask anyone at bps they will say the same thing.
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Not really. You want a slower retrieve for cranking. That way you can reel the same speed and not have to go slow. Something like a 5 or 4 gear ratio. This is a 6 which is more for plastics, jigs etc.

Abu makes the Winch model for cranking
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The Revo SX is a much faster retreive than favored by most crankbait fishermen.
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They are both the same style of rod. A trigger rod is just that. Has a trigger to help hold the rod when using a bait caster.

A cranking rod is a trigger rod that is designed for running cranks. They usually have a medium to slow tip, made of fiber glass and longer than most rods.
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The only difference is that a cranking rod has a more parabolic action
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I am looking for a new rod for the kvd signiture series baitcasting reel. I saw this one, but read it was heavy. I was wondering if this rod is really worth the money.

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yes, its worth the money. Being a glass rod it is slightly heavier than a graphite rod that most are used to, but I would not say its "heavy". Paired with a good low gear ratio reel you should have no problem tossing cranks all day. I love mine.
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I have 4 of them and have been nothing but pleased with them
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no it is not to heavy, and its worth ever penny!!
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Hey kid, yes its worth the $$ and no its not heavy. "Never Give Up"
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I would use it for all types of cranking.I was looking at pairing it with the Signature Series KVD reel, but that has gotten terrible reviews. Thanks a lot.
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I would use something that has a slow retrieve. Something like a 5 or 4 gear ration. I don't know anything about the KVD reels, but Abu Garcia makes the winch and Bass Pro makes the Pro Qualifier. Both are fantastic reels.
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Mine is paired with a BPS Pro Qualifier in the 4:7:1. Match made in heaven, perfeclty balanced and not to heavy can throw cranks all day long. The super low ratio gets the cranks down deep on normal retrieve or I can speed up retrieve to burn them in for reaction bites. Great moderate action on the rod helps the bass get a face full of trebels.
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bps pro qualier
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I love the Abu Garcia Revo reels with these rods. These reels are light and cast great. They are low profie which fits my left hand great.
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I have the original Carbonlite rod and reel and for the money you can't beat the reel. I pick it up just as often as my revos.
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What do you think of this rod and the KVD PT Baitcast in 5.1:1 gear ratio for a deep crankin outfit?
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go with a longer rod. you'll thank yourself.
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THAT WOULD BE AN EXCELLENT COMBINATION FOR DEEP CRANKING...THE ROD IS TOP NOTCH AND A 5 TO 1 RATIO REEL WILL WORK A DEEP CRANK PROPERLY
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i real think they are the same can't see any difference love the rod
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IN MY OPINION ...THE ONLY DIFFERENCE IS THAT THEY LIMIT THE SIGNATURE SERIES TO THE TWO SIZES.WHERE AS THE TOUR SERIES HAS SEVERAL DIFFERENT SIZES AND ACTIONS.
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IMO,There is no difference,WHATSOEVER! Except for you are limited on the sizes that are available. I have both & spent a day fishin both rods, 7ft M (Sig Series), & 7ft MH with my (Tour KVD), same line sizes & crankbaits! NO BLOWIN SMOKE, if I hadnt looked down before swapping out, I wouldnt have known the difference!! I got GREAT CASTING DISTANCES, SAME SENSITIVITY (as the Tour KVD), & the SAME STRENGTH as the MH! I personally will be buying another instead of another Tour KVD I've been savin for! Good Fishing,Hope this helps you.
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