Uncle Buck's® Deluxe Crappie Pole
Telescopic poles 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, lock-down reel seats, stainless steel guides with durable ceramic inserts, and measurements on blank for instant length identification up to 12". Line weight: 4-10 lbs.
Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 32 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by DODGE45 great for tight line trolling I've used these rods on the front of my boat for over 5 years one on each side 14 foot long. I use shorter rods (4) on the rear of the boat for tight line trolling Lake Wiss AL. several lakes in Ga. and Tenn. They give me greater fan coverage in a 24ft. sweep be hind the boat and have enought back bone to reel (2) keeper crappie in at the same time more than once.It is easy to pack up at the end of the day.They do not cast all that great but what i use them for they do just find.Feed a little line out as you troll. April 2, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by owenmont The Crappie Rod from Uncle Buck This rod folds neatly and fits in the truck of my Corolla. It is like fishing with a cane pole, but better. If you are a serious Crappie Fisherman get the better pole. If you are just once in a while, then this will do nicely. Get a Crappie Reel for easy fishing. March 9, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by dawnkee Good Purchase Have always used two piece crappie rods before now; would definetly recommend this type for ease of storage and transportability while not giving up any quality; was most please with the time frame in which my order was shipped February 7, 2011
Rated 3 out of 5 by LarryontheLake Good bank pole If you are a minnow dunker, this one will do. But, it is , in my opinion, too heavy for jigging feather jigs, Maribous etc. I came to this conclusion based on using a graphite Shakespeare Crappie Pro that I was given last year. February 4, 2011
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A:too flimsy for bass but great for panfish
I have caught 4lb cats , no on purpose but I take what I can get
A:Not flimsy at all. Flexible, not flimsily.
A:You can slowly lift to catch the paper mouths. I don't think it's flimsey.
A:yes, I did , have for years on similar poles but you cannot use it to cast accurately, just line storage and increases drift distance
If you want it for casting, get a 7 or 8 ft light rod
A:I have the 13 foot, it has 3. Not a lot but works well enough. More would interfere with the unit collapsing for storage.
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