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 Dogster Great rod Outstanding sensitivity, good backbone. When coupled with the UB35, its an excellent panfishing set up. With more power than a true ultralight, it handles the unexpected larger bass or catfish with no problems. Great rod at an affordable price, I have 6! June 29, 2007
Rated 4 out of 5 by txbasscrappie Good rod Overall good rod for price. I put a Zebco 22 on it and took it out crappie fishing and ended up catching a pound and a half crappie. Good stiff rod for the crappie/perch fisherman. August 23, 2012
Rated 3 out of 5 by admiralbuster Is not a light action rod. This rod is definately not what I would call light action. I say medium action. I guess it's an ok rod, just not as light as I wanted. I highly recommend Bass Pro's light action Power Plus rod for $20. It's well worth the extra $5. June 17, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by elmhirst3425 Tough and Sensitive I bought this rod for my wife. In the past she had trouble felling bites with an Ugly Stick. She has also broken other high dollar rods in the past. I bought this rod on sale and couldn't be happier. The bluegill bite was light on a recent trip to Arkansas, and she consistently pulled more fish into the boat than the rest of us. When I asked her how, she said she had a better feel with this rod. This is a comparison to her Ugly Stick, an Abu Garcia Vendetta(which she broke), and my Falcon Low Rider XG. She also hooked some small bass and had no problems getting them to the boat. This rod has great sensitivity and enough backbone for most general fishing. June 10, 2012
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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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