Uncle Buck's® Crappie Casting Rod
Built light for easy casting and all-day fishing. High-strength tubular fiberglass is ideal for pulling slabs out of heavy cover. Features smooth ceramic guides for great casting performance, and easy-grip foam handles with screw-down reel seats. Incredible balance makes it easy to set the hook from any angle. Light actions help you detect even the lightest strikes. Plus they're extremely affordable so you can rig up two or three to match every fishing situation. Measurements on blank gives a quick reference for length limits up to 12".
Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 16 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by BeastzBass Amazing rod I bought this, paired it with the bass pro tiny light spinning reel and i wouldn't trade it for anything more or less exspensive, caught plenty of bluegill and bass on it, has good backbone without sacrificing flexability- great buy May 5, 2010
Rated 4 out of 5 by WhiteEagle great product I purchased two of the 6'6" rods. very well made. the sensitivity is better than I thought it would be. I am going to buy two longer ones also. the only thing I don't like is they don't have a hook keeper on them. if they did it would be a 5 star product. April 22, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by BassMaster2008 Great With Zebco Bill Dance Crappie Reel This rod is great with the Zebco Bill Dance Crappie Reel, with the 10lb Camo Test line. The 4'6" model is great for casting under trees or heavy structure. Throw two 1/16 oz. lead sinkers, a Bass Pro Shops Balsa Pencil Bobber, and a cricket on a #3/0 Eagle claw hook. February 22, 2008
Rated 4 out of 5 by swindaddy Great rod for panfish I picked up one of these fo one of my bous to use on his Zebco ultra light reel I like the action these rods have. While not the mst sensitive, they are a descent rod fo a fair price and make a good spare rod for the neighbor kid that doesn't have an ultra light withou having to go out and spend a lot of money. December 2, 2006
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Details:Just bought this rod a few months ago and I want to put Crappie Maxx Deluxe Reel on. Would it fit?
A:Yes you can , but if your using light lures , you want a long rod , like 6 ft 6 in or 7 ft.
A:Absolutely. I have used an Ambassador 5000 on it catching White Trout and bait fish(croaker, pin fish, even small Hard Tails).
A:rapalas yes not sure it has enough backbone for hookset with wacky worm
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