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Bass Pro Shops StrataMaxx Trolling Rod
The Bass Pro Shops® StrataMaxx Trolling Rod is made with our exclusive Shok Flex™ Technology, a graphite and fiberglass hybridization, resulting in fishing rods with the sensitive feel of graphite, while offering the shock absorption benefits and power of glass. Tough stainless steel guide frames with slick titanium oxide inserts work well with mono or braided lines. The graphite reel seat with stainless steel hoods keeps reel tight all day long. The StrataMaxx Trolling Rod features non-slip EVA handles with a rubber butt for all-day fishing comfort, while also increasing leverage when battling big fish.
Rated 5 out of
Charles Harlan from
Great rod for a great price!!This rod casts a long distance with a casting real and works great for trolling big salmon. Great on ling cod to!!
Date published: 2019-04-24
Rated 5 out of
Amazing rods and a unbelievable price!I have 4 of these and I am about to order more! Great flexibility, sensitivity is great, and enough strength to battle larger fish. I have caught fish up to 4’ long weighing 40lbs on these rods without issues.
Trolling reels must be used with trolling rods, as most of these reels feature large reel feet that can only be used with trolling rods. However, your trolling fishing reel and rod will vary depending on the type of fish you wish to catch.
Answered by: BPSResource3
Date published: 2019-01-18
Does this item have a roller tip?
Asked by: Cp89
Thank you for choosing Bass Pro Shops. It does not have a roller tip.
Answered by: BPSProductSpecialist8
Date published: 2019-01-11
Which power or action of this trolling rod should be used with lead core?
Asked by: Cred
Rods for lead-core line are a matter of personal preference. There is no perfect lead-core rod, but longer, diver-type rods provide an advantage. A perfect lead-core rod is a 9 to 9-1/2-foot diver rod. With the longer rod you can keep more line out of the water, you can lift boards at critical moments and you have more leverage on the fish. With each lift you take up more line with the longer rod. To land fish consistently when using lead-core line you need to be aggressive and concentrate on keeping the line tight and remain in constant contact with the fish. Dragging the weight of the heavy line, it's very easy for the fish to create slack and shake free of the lure when using lead-core line.
Answered by: BPSResource7
Date published: 2018-05-10
What is the warranty for these reels?
Asked by: ChrisR
Thank you for your inquiry. This is a Bass Pro Shops brand and has a one year return/exchange policy.