Carrot Stix Wild Wild Black Casting Rods - $129.99
Offering outstanding sensitivity, the Carrot Stix Wild Wild Black Casting Rods deliver incredible, lightweight performance perfect for the avid tournament angler or weekend angler alike. Featuring a classic black finish over their premium Graphite and Nano Cellulose Bio Fiber blanks, a new reel seat design also helps reduce weight further and premium cork split grip handles with green EVA butt grips deliver all day comfort you can count on. Semi micro guides furnish the increased casting distance and accuracy of micro guides, while still allowing knots to pass through with less resistance. Available in an array of actions and tapers specifically suited to bass fishing applications, the Carrot Stix Wild Wild Black Casting Rods deliver excellent performance - and look good doing it.
-Rods warrantied for 30 days after purchase by Tackle Warehouse. After 30 days, all warranty claims must go through Carrot Stix directly.
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Tackle Warehouse measures its rod handle lengths from the butt of the rod to the top of the foregrip. [ Diagram ]
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Comments: I own 20 or so rods in the $100-200 range. Halo Twilite, falcon bucoo, the new lews, duckett's, etc. I like the duckett blanks a lot but their handles are too skinny and their guides aren't aligned properly. Like the Bucoo a lot too but overall, this rod is my favorite. Great fit and finish, sensitivity is fantastic and it's lighter than any of the other rods. I've weighed them. Seems to have plenty of backbone and the handle is just right for a bigger guy. I hate the skinny handles a lot of the newer rods are coming with now. If you're going to spend $130 on a rod go with this or the bucoo.
From: Jason: Irmo, SC 1/30/15
Comments: I purchased (2) 7' Black Wild Spinning Rods last year, one for Shakey Heads and one for Drop Shot. They are very light, comfortable, and the sensitivity is outstanding. At this point I have had no problems with either and am looking this year to buy a similar size casting rod to run shallow Crankbaits.
From: Bruce : Hubertus, WI 11/8/14
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