Carrot Stix Wild Wild Orange Casting Rods

Featuring a Carrot Stix orange and black finish, the Carrot Stix Wild Wild Orange Casting Rods deliver incredible lightweight performance thanks to their advanced Graphite and Nano Cellulose Bio Fiber blanks. Ultra sensitive as well, they also come equipped with a new lighter reel seat and HD EVA split grip handles that better transfer sensitivity into anglers’ hands. The semi-micro guides also provide many of the benefits of micro guides, like increased casting distance and accuracy, while also allowing knots to pass through with less resistance.  Back and better than ever, the Carrot Stix Wild Wild Orange Casting Rods are available in a range of actions, lengths and tapers for a wide range of bass fishing applications.

-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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Rod handle lengths are measured from the butt of the rod to the top of the foregrip. [ View Diagram ]

Carrot Stix Wild Wild Orange Casting Rod 6'6" Medium

Taper Line Wt. Lure Wt. Guides Handle Type Handle Length Stock Price Qty
Moderate Fast 8-20lb 1/4-5/8oz 9+Tip Orange Cast A 13-1/2" In Stock: 2 $99.99
Orange Cast A

Carrot Stix Wild Wild Orange Casting Rod 6'9" Med Hvy

Taper Line Wt. Lure Wt. Guides Handle Type Handle Length Stock Price Qty
Fast 10-20lb 1/4-1oz 9+Tip Orange Cast B 14" 12/03 $99.99
Orange Cast B

Carrot Stix Wild Wild Orange Casting Rod 7' Med Lt

Taper Line Wt. Lure Wt. Guides Handle Type Handle Length Stock Price Qty
Fast 6-12lb 3/16-5/8oz 9+Tip Orange Cast C 14-1/2" In Stock: 3 $99.99
Orange Cast C

Carrot Stix Wild Wild Orange Casting Rod 7' Medium

Taper Line Wt. Lure Wt. Guides Handle Type Handle Length Stock Price Qty
Moderate 8-20lb 1/4-3/4oz 9+Tip Orange Cast C 14-1/2" 12/11 $99.99
Orange Cast C

Carrot Stix Wild Wild Orange Casting Rod 7' Heavy

Taper Line Wt. Lure Wt. Guides Handle Type Handle Length Stock Price Qty
Fast 12-25lb 1/2-1 1/2oz 9+Tip Orange Cast C 14-1/2" 12/05 $99.99
Orange Cast C

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Customer Reviews

Comments: So I have the 7' MH rod, this rod is extremely sensitive, but built very well, I have used it several times & completely love the feel of it. The back bone of this rod is way up there compared to some of the other rod I have used, landed some pretty amazing fish with it & it has put up with everything I through at it. I recommend get more then one.

From: Andrew: CA 7/22/16

Comments: I just picked up the 7' H a few weeks ago and have really been impressed by it. I normally like longer rods for a H action but this has turned out to be a great chatterbait & dock skipping rod for me. There's enough of a soft tip that it's really easy to control casts which is my favorite thing about it. I know people have had problems with their customer service in the past but it has been really easy for me to get a hold of and communicate with the new guys in charge. Can't wait to get a few more!

From: Sam: Cookeville, TN 2/7/16

Comments: I am about to order one I just want some feedback because I fish saltwater a lot & I go after reds and speckled trout just wanted to know if they are good in salt water

From: Jared: Deerpark, TX 10/25/15

Comments: I was pretty surprised at the physical weight of the 7' MH I just received. It is 4.7 oz on my postal scale, compared to my 7' MH (1st generation) Wild Green that weighs just 3.6 oz. When I think Carrot Stix I think light. 4.7 for a 7' MH is considered fairly heavy by today's standards. Other than that, this one is going back since the guides twist off to the left as they go up the blank...

From: Mark: Gardner, KS 9/15/15

Comments: Ever since the new company took over carrot stix the rods have been a lot better.  I flip and crank with the heavy 7'6 wild. These rods are now worth the money. I personally think these rods have been at there best even before the original owner had it. And I had a eye fall off and the customer service has now been the best. Any time I call or email with 24 hour there getting back into contact with me. Thanks for everything you do carrot stix. Your rods are great

From: Justin: Ocala, FL 2/24/15

Comments: I got the carrot stix wild 7'6 heavy casting while it was on sale. I liked how light and sensitive the rod was. I landed 2 3lb. Largemouth with it. Today was about the 5th time using it casting a rapala bx swimmer and on the 4 cast SNAP! Rod broke a little less than half way down. I immediately remembered reading others experiences breaking but I figured I give one a shot anyway. This is the first time I haven't been happy with a rod I have bought. Highly doubt I'd be buying one again.

From: Raheen: Manchester, TN 12/11/14

Comments: Very impressed with this rod. Fit and finish is great...eyes all line up, unlike the duckett rods, and it's unbelievably light. I always see negative reviews but I've owned a dozen or so carrot stix from the originals to this newest model and have only snapped one on a braid/stump deal. This rod is the best combo of sensitivity/backbone/lightness I've ever seen for a hundred bucks. One gripe. Like the $99 ducketts, the foam grip is just a tad too narrow for my liking and is not as comfortable as the bucoo grip or the wild black series. Needs a little more hump. Otherwise great rod.

From: Jason: Irmo, SC 11/17/14

Comments: I set the hook close to a 4lb fish on the ohio river when flipping a jig and this rod broke in half. I was using braid, and I only had probably 15 or 20 feet of line out so it could have just been a perfect storm of things that broke the rod. I have another one that works great but I have only used fluorocarbon with that rod. I don't know if it would happen again but I know that i have set the hook on a stump and had my whole body into it with 40lb braided line and didn't break my quantum smoke rod.

From: Brandon: OH 11/5/14

Comments: I received this rod after ordering a skeet Reese rod from amazon. I was hesitant to keep it reading all the negatives on previous models. That being said I took it on a trip to NY state and fell in love. Biggest fish was a 9.5lb walleye and this rod handled it flawlessly. I have caught roughly 40 fish on this rod and it's the best rod I own.

From: John: Easton, PA 9/1/14

Comments: Have had this rod about 3 weeks now and have been able to fish it pretty regularly. Have caught everything from a .5lb smallmouth to a 5lb largemouth. With every fight in between. When I first recieved it I was a little hesitant to keep it and use it. It was extremely light and due to the companies previous issues almost made me return it. But I decided new company, new rod. So I kept it and broke it in. I love it. Its super sensitive and hands down one of the best rods I own. The new colors really make it pop with the Black and Orange color scheme. I plan on purchasing a few more and my faith in the company has been restored. Plus a few friends have also purchased them after trying out mine. Thanks CEC for a wonderful new fishing rod!

From: Nick: Pinardville, NH 7/26/14

Comments: Just received my new wild orange 7'6 heavy today I had some incentive to buy this rod despite the companies past issues. Only time will tell but I fished with it this evening and so far so good. The fit and finish seems excellent and it is sickening light. I have a tournament this Saturday on lake kissimmee and I will put it to the real test.

From: Kevin: Plant City, FL 3/7/14

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