Uncle Buck's ® Crappie Poles

   

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10'

Action:
Light

Line Weight:
4-10 lbs.

Pieces:
3

Model:
UB10-3

12'

Action:
Light

Line Weight:
4-10 lbs.

Pieces:
4

Model:
UB12-4

13'

Action:
Light

Line Weight:
4-10 lbs.

Pieces:
4

Model:
UB13-4
Telescopic rods give you the length to pitch into heavy cover for big slabs. High-strength tubular fiberglass construction gives plenty of raw backbone, but is light and sensitive enough to feel subtle strikes. Also features textured grip, fluorescent tip, and measurements on blank for instant length identification up to 12". Line weight: 4-10 lbs.
Rated 3.9 out of 5 by 14 reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Poor balance The rod is very tip heavy and requires phisical force to keep level unless you hold the rod 8 inches forward of the reel. June 17, 2008
Rated 4 out of 5 by no reel mount This looks like a good rod but, be aware it is not made for a reel. It only has clips to store line on. The image displayed shows reel attachment and this is not accurate!!! The line simply ties to the end of the rod .. December 28, 2007
Rated 5 out of 5 by sweet awesome pole man... caught a 18 inch channel cat on accident and it handled perfectly.. this rod is as good as it gets July 17, 2007
Rated 5 out of 5 by Uncle Buck's Crappie 10' I've tried flipping, and I've tried trolling to a point where I can get my bait into a tight space, both with basically the same results......tangled line, snagged bait, etc. Somtimes it looked like I was trying to catch birds instead of crappie. I tried Uncle Buck's Crappie Pole, the 10' variety, and I was able to place the bait in a spot not much bigger than a silver dollar, under tree limbs and between lily pads. What an awesome addition to my fishing gear. While at first I was a little concerned about how the pole would react to larger fish, after catching several large slabs, I'm sure I'll have no trouble bringing any size fish into the boat. I'm able to pull crappie into the boat all day long. I recommend this pole to anyone trying to catch crappie at their sneakiest. September 28, 2006
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This pole is a telescopic cane pole . No reel mounts on these rods at all, although I have converted a couple of these rods to carry a reel on them . First you buy a line eye kit for this type of rod you can put permanant eyes on at the end of each section or put on sliding eyes bought in kit( especially made for these rods that I bought at BP . Next I taped on a small pflueger 4410c microcast spincast reel( any small spincast reel will work) with black electrical tape. If you are looking for this type of rod (telescpopic crappie rod ) then the Uncle Buck's Deluxe Crappie Pole is really the way to go. These poles are telescopic and have eyes and reel mounts on them already . I have 4 of them and just love them because they aren't in the way like long poles that aren't telescopic. The fact that I love them so much is the reason I changed my telescopic cane like poles to this type of rods. Save yourself the trouble and just get the rods already rigged for reels because they are so much more versatile . Good luck .
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I use a Zebco 1 which carries plenty of 17 pound test for pulling out of hangups, and for casting out from the boat if I want to.
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