Cashion Casting Crankbait Rods - $179.99
Cashion Fishing Rods introduces their lightest and most sensitive Microguide Crankbait Fishing Rods with the Cashion Crankbait Casting Rods. Each Cashion Fishing Rod is handcrafted in Raleigh, NC one-rod-at-a-time using carbon fiber rod blanks, and only the finest components with the most technologically advanced materials. Extremely sensitive due to the uni-directional manufacturing process of the blanks, they are designed to handle all types of cranking and help you know exactly what your plug is bouncing off of. A Fuji blank exposed reel seat also provides you with direct access to the rod blank, and every rod is equipped with a carbon fiber split grip handle that also further transmits vibrations from the rod blank to our fingertips. Carbon fiber provides a stronger, lighter, more robust alternative to common foam or cork handles, while also furnishing a comfortable texture with plenty of grip. Premium Fuji Micro Guides round out the advanced features, offering increased sensitivity, reduced weight and improved casting distance and accuracy. Available in several lengths and tapers, the Cashion Crankbait Casting Rods are scientifically designed to keep you ahead of the competition.
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Comments: I own six Cashion rods including three of the 7' 5/16-3/4oz crankbait rods. I have no problem with the rod...or its ability to throw any crainkbait witin the weight range specified. I also have not had a problem with any of my rods restricting the depth of my crankbaits....honestly not sure how the rod could do that?? I have been very happy with the quality of this product and would highly recommend these rods to anyone looking for a high performance rod for salt or fresh water. Very light, very strong, and very sensative!! Great product!! Thank you Cashion rods!!
From: Todd: Chapel Hill NC
Comments: I have owned a lot of expensive crankbait rods over the years past they donÃ¢Â•ÂË™t come close to the Cashion crankbait rods. With the micro guides I can cast a crankbait a mile also it has an excellent parabolic bend to the rod. The sensitivity is unbelievable I can feel every little detail on the bottom. One of my favorites is the 6Ã¢Â•ÂË™9 MH it is an extremely vestal rod, perfect for throwing jerkbaits, topwater, and crankbaits. I can throw anywhere from a square bill to a DT-10 and it handles it perfect.
From: Thomas: VA
Comments: If you want the best crankbait rod definitely give Cashion rods a try. Two of my favorites are the C8437 7' MOD FAST MEDIUM for my 1.5. and the 711XD rod. You will feel your crankbaits like you've never felt them before. Over the years I have used rods from the most popular companies that cost from $100- over $500 and Cashion rods have them all beat. Not just the crankbait rods but all their rods.
From: Richard: Tennessee
Comments: These rods may be good rods. But.... They are not made in Raleigh, NC. They are made in Pittsboro, NC. About a 45 minute drive from Raleigh. Carbon Fiber grips? Those grips are not made of carbon fiber. Carbon fiber only comes in one color. This is probably carbon fiber and fiberglass, or all fiberglass that has been dyed. And the no foam handles... Haha. Custom rod builders that use these kinds of grips use foam underneath the weave wrap so that it will keep its shape.
From: Tho: Raleigh, NC
Comments: I just picked up the 7'6" version. I love it! I have 10 carrot sticks and I am looking to sell them are replace them with this rod. The rod is sensitive and strong for those hard hook sets. It is very light as well -- looks awesome on my Curado.
From: Thomas: Columbia, SC
Comments: Best crankbait rod out there. Cast a mile with the microguides and the sensitivity is amazing!!!
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