Shimano® Crucial® Casting Rods
- Power curve dynamics are custom tailored for specific angling methods
- IM10 graphite blank
- Fuji® Alconite® guides
- High-density EVA foam split grips
- Custom Shimano reel seats
Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 11 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by aprohlind Casting rod for distance I already have one of these rods - a 7'11" rod for crankbaiting. I love how you can feel the action with its' fast tip. Yet it's got good backbone for a 5 pound bass. I didn 't want to possibly be in a situation where I didn't have use of one of these , so therefore - I got a second one. You can cast very far and accurate with these. It's worth the money. April 25, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by DaddySlacks good value picked up this rod , 6'8" Medium Heavy CRC68MHA for weed bass fishing and pike fishing. Paired it up with an C4 reel. Good balance, light, sensitive, strong, and great performance at budget pricing. 5 STARS April 23, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 best fishing rod i have ever used best fishing rod i have ever used you can feel every structure you drag a worm across i use this rod for every application ie spinner bait jig worm and crank baites it'sa all around fishing rod I just ordered one for my son April 17, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by bjenkins602 Broke on fourth cast! i bought this rod the other day it felt awesome but today i went fishing with it and felt very nice and light but on the fourth cast i got i nice hit and yanked it and the pole snapped right at the second eye. and then even worse i lost the fish because i was so mad about the pole. At least i can still return it. February 24, 2013
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Details:Purchasing a chronarch 50e for finesse applications. Trying to leave the spinning gear behind when possible. What rod would you recommend for light line and lures?
A:Well to be honest finesse application's is where the spinning gear shines as the reels have smooth drag. But if you are set on using the chronarch be sure that the rod has a limber tip for the light line and to handle the head shakes.
A:the 12#-20# line weights are for mono and fluoro lines. The 30#-65# line weights are for braid. This answer is directly from Shimano and should clarify any confusion.
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