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Bass Pro Shops Cane Pole

   

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10'

Pieces:
2

Model:
C102
  • $4.99

  • SKU: 1494107

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12'

Pieces:
3

Model:
C123
  • $5.99

  • SKU: 1494108

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14'

Pieces:
3

Model:
C143
  • $6.99

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These cane poles from Bass Pro Shops® prove that you don't have to have a high-end fishing rod and reel set-up to have a fun and productive day on the water. Not only are our Cane Poles perfect for panfish enthusiasts, but a Cane Pole also makes a great starter rod for kids. The Cane Poles are made form premium quality bamboo and are fire hardened and coated for maximum strength and water-resistance.

  • Durable, natural cane
  • Great for panfish
  • Premium bamboo
  • Fire hardened
  • Strong and water-resistent
Bass Pro Shops Cane Pole 3.6 5 8 8
Very pleased The 14 foot cane pole I ordered was without fault and handled a 13 inch black crappie pretty well. May 14, 2014
Bass Pro Cane Pole Exactly what I have been looking for. Not only useful for bank fishing, but for small ponds as well I do some re enacting and this pole is perfect for late 1600's and 1700's colonial America. Thanks for making available. January 11, 2015
acceptable for the price I was tired of my kids having problems with fishing reels so I decided to try to find them cane poles like the ones I used in Georgia as a kid. I couldn't find any locally so I went with these mail order poles even though it was clear from reviews they would not be as sturdy. As expected, they are flimsier than the ones I used as a kid. I had to work on them a bit to get the two pieces to stay together more firmly. For the price, though, I can't complain. And more important, my kids are catching fish. August 6, 2012
not happy I recieved my cane poles and was unpleasantly suprised. They were about a half inch thinner than my poles that I usually use, the part where they connect comes off the place that it is supposed to be stationary, not to mention that they regularly fall apart. I have fished with cane poles for years and years and unfortunately these are not up to par. There is no way I could catch more than a bluegill with them. June 16, 2012
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Nylon, or Dacron are my preferred lines. If your not worried about spooking fish, use the Dacron. You might also think about a Tenkara braided line with a leader on the end of for fly fishing.
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Mono line is most used.
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i have this product, and i always used it for for freshwater. i want to know if i can use it for saltwater fishing
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I wouldn't advise it, especially if you were to hook a fish of any large size. It be hard to pier fish with,(public pier) because of the line required to reach the water and depth.
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why not?
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can you add a reel on it?

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would i be able to but a "crappie bait cast reel" on it?
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THAT IS A NO NO
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No. You would need another style of jigging rod if you are looking to add a baitcaster.
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