Uncle Buck's® Deluxe Crappie Pole

   

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10'

Line Weight:
4-10 lbs.

Lure Weight:
1/32 - 1/2 oz.

Pieces:
3

Model:
UBX10-3

12'

Line Weight:
4-10 lbs.

Lure Weight:
1/32 - 1/2 oz.

Pieces:
4

Model:
UBX12-4

13'

Action:
Light

Line Weight:
4-10 lbs.

Lure Weight:
1/32 - 1/2 oz.

Pieces:
4

Model:
UBX13-4

16'

Line Weight:
4-10 lbs.

Lure Weight:
1/32 - 1/2 oz.

Pieces:
5

Model:
UBX16-5
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 37 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Works for surf fishing While not it's intended design, it works quite well surf fishing, casts well, good action, shows a strike nicely, a little soft on hook set but it can be done. Broke about 8" off the tip, replaced it and actually casts a bit better. March 23, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Good Buy I bought four of these rods for crappie fishing, 2 twelve and 2 sixteen foot. The sixteen foot takes a little getting use to, but works well. I like the reel seats on these rods an work well with Uncle Buck's crappie reels.I bought these rods to go along with my other rods for trolling for crappie. I have a 13' gheenoe that is set up for trolling 15 rods at the same time. It makes quite a sight going across a lake. It kind of looks like a big caterpillar. It take 2 people to handle the rods when you get 8 to 10 fish on at once , but a lot of fun. March 1, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by trolling poles I purchased Uncle Buck poles for trolling. The small section is much to limber to support weights and jigs for trolling so I break it and remove it through the handle. It only shortens the pole by about 2 1/2' and they work well at that length and will support the trolling rig. If weight get hung the pole will break at the reel seat. I have lost two. With that said I think still they work better than any other poles I have found for trolling. Not great but work well and reasonably priced. I recommend them to friends. November 25, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Crappie Pole I am an avid Crappie fisherman and do a lot of spider rigging. Dealing with all of these long poles can be a pain. I decided to try the telescopic pole because of ease of storing with out having to break down my rigs everytime. So far so good, they are very easy to slide down and store. They are also very reasonably priced. I prefer the ones with reel seats, I prefer to use reels apposed to line winders. October 17, 2013
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They are a little flimsey the longer the pole. They will still handle Crappie very well.
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has good durablity
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too flimsy for bass but great for panfish
I have caught 4lb cats , no on purpose but I take what I can get
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Not flimsy at all. Flexible, not flimsily.
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You can slowly lift to catch the paper mouths. I don't think it's flimsey.
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A bit Flimsey on 12' the 9' is perfect
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Yes, and that is all you will need. Most Crappie fisherman use 4 to 8 lb line.
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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
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Yes, the reel seat is quite durable.
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yes you can
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I am pretty sure the 12 ft has 4 and the 10 ft has just 3.
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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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three
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Pole has 4 eyelets seated on each section
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