Quantum® Tour KVD Crankin' Rods
- Lightweight graphite/E-glass blanks
- Premium Fuji® ACS™ reel seats
- Pac Bay Hialoy guides with Concept spacing
- Lightweight non-slip EVA split-grip handles
Rated 3.9 out of 5 by 9 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Evan04 7'10" med heavy This is the first rod I have ever been able to spend this much on and I must say, wow. It is more sensitive than anything that i've had the pleasure to use, yet still has a good amount of backbone. I really love the parabolic bend that Quantum uses in these rods for two resons. First it allows me to make longer casts than i have ever made, and second, when I set the hook it is much more forgiving, allowing the fish to really take the bait down in it's mouth. It is a little heavier than my other rods but in comparison to other glass rods it is still pretty light. Overall I am very pleased with my purchase, and if I ever have the money to spend on a new rod I will definitely go with Quantum. I am having a great experience with it so far. April 7, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by tank66 KVD Cranking I have the 7'10" MH, 7'4" MH and 7' Medium. They are a little heavy, as can be expected from a rod with 'glass in it. No complaints; casts extremely well, sensitive and the action is just about right. The 7'4" has minima guides, wish the others did also. January 26, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Bartman42 7' MH TKVD This thing is a lot stiffer than I would of expected for a cranking rod. The recommended lure weight is 1/4-1/2 oz. This rod is way to still for that. I've found it works great for the larger deep cranks like the XD5 & XD6. I would recommend the Abu Winch. It's much lighter and less expensive. August 6, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by GOCOUGS TKVD106MA The Big Stick I've got the 7'10" MH rod. I like this rod a lot. I have a couple other cranking rods (duckett) that are lighter but they do not cast, load or handle fish as well as this. The only thing I would change are the grips, they are cheap. Also, the rod does not cast crank baits lighter than .60 ounce so I wish they would not advertise as such. This rod is perfect for casting 5XD, 6XD, SK series 5 & 6, DT10, DT16, Little John DD, and cast most lipless baits just fine. Its a little heavy for Series 4 & fat free shad. I have used nothing but this rod all day on multiple occasions, and yes it can get tiring. I have found the best way to cast this thing is a two hand overhead cast. Nothing to the side and no roll casting. This is a big stick and needs to be treated as such. I am going to buy the 7'10 Medium rod for my next rod purchase. June 5, 2012
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Top 250 Contributor
A:Medium should do well enough for those, unless your cover is heavy. The MH may help move them away from cover more easily.
Top 500 Contributor
A:A 7 foot MH crankbait rod is mostly made for lipless crankbaits. The heavier action allows you to rip it free of grass. There might be some use for it if you are fishing a lot of brushpiles with your squarebill. A 7 foot Medium rod is much more versatile in terms or cranking. The medium action will allow for much longer and more effortless casts and keep your bait in the strike zone longer.
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A:I guess you could use these rods for something else, but I would only use them for crankbaits. You could use them for chatterbaits or spinnerbaits. Just don't use them for any heavy cover fishing, etc. These rods have a lot of flex, and would not be good for setting the hook with Texas rigged soft plastics, jigs, etc. Hope this helps.
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