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Walleye Angler® Signature Series Trigger Rods

   

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Length Power Other specs Quantity Price & availability

7'

Medium

Action:
Fast

Line Weight:
6-20 lbs.

Lure Weight:
1/2 - 2 oz.

Pieces:
1

Handle Chart Reference:
A

Model:
WA70BBT
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  • SKU: 1206419

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World-class gear for fish with TEETH. Designed by the pros...the best performance and the best values in the industry! Now with light, tough Powerwall construction and Soft Touch reel seats!

Gary Parsons and Keith Kavajecz have applied their expertise to create some of the most advanced rod systems ever designed for walleye fishing. All of these incredible rods feature top-quality materials: exclusive Powerwall high-grade graphite blanks -- light and strong, extending right through the handle for maximum sensitivity; precision actions geared for specific walleye techniques; free-flowing Fuji® Concept guides; advanced graphite reel seats, and premium cork or EVA handles. All in all, these are the lightest, toughest, most responsive walleye rods on the market, and we're proud to offer them at a price that will leave you a few extra bucks for bait. Models WA66BBT & WA70BBT are pre-equipped for use with our XPS™ Balance Kit, sold separately.

Guide number includes tip.Bass Pro Shops® XPS Weight Balance Kit is sold separately and can be found through item search 38-401-240-02
Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 16 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by trolling rod with ploonton boat this is a great long rod 12ft for pulling pugs from a ploonton boat when fishing for crappie. July 5, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Trolling rod I have for of these rods and they work perfect. They are light but very good for fishing with inline boards. You can still feel afish that is not so large but I have caught pike up to 25 pounds and they have no problem with that neither. March 23, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Excellent rod for the money This is the second one of these rods I've purchased.Accidentally broke the first one I bought last year.Very sensitive,especially when bottom bouncing for walleyes.I love it July 19, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by bottom bouncer i use this bottom bouncer for trolling also ,and it works well tip stays down and its easy to seethe hits .even when its choppy . well made and flexable.. June 12, 2011
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Unless recently changed, the blanks are made in the USA and assembled in China. Warranty on the bigwater rods are 5 years.
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You are at the corner of the envelope for this rod floating beads. You can do better.
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I see both are the same line and weight ratings, but what is the difference between the two rods other than the handle? I want a longer casting rod for steelhead float fishing on the great lakes. Is one lighter action, one stiffer, etc? Please help me so that I can make the correct decision. All details would be appreciated!!!
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Trolling rod is stiffer. I'd go with the lighter deadstick rod for those apps & light line.
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The trolling rod will have more of a moderate action than the deadstick in general. The stiffer one would be better for float fishing so you can pick up more line quickly. The trolling rod should have a slower response.
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The 12' Deadstick is an extremely soft rod, for detecting the slightest movement in your bait. With a very slow-moderate action, I could see this rod being exceptional for floating for steelies. The 12' trolling rod is a fair bit stiffer, for those wanting to use planer boards or dipsey divers. It still has a fairly soft tip, but when comparing the two, I think that the deadstick variety fits your needs.
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