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Now offering full-size guides for anglers who prefer standard guides on their rods, the new Duckett Macro Magic Spinning Rods deliver the same performance features as the Micro Magic Series. Still incredibly lightweight, sensitive and powerful, the team at Duckett Rods also painstakingly balanced each rod in the series. Based on their years of experience in the industry, they have found that sensitivity is more a function of balance - rather than vibration. Balancing a rod correctly makes the tip lighter, and therefore allows the rod position to be more easily displaced - translating into increased sensitivity. Also featuring Comfort Grip reel seats and a split-grip handle design, an access port at the base of the butt grip allows you to further fine tune the balance of the rod depending on reel choice, etc. Now equipped with full-size guides, the Duckett Macro Magic Spinning Rods deliver the winning, technique-specific performance anglers across the Country have grown to love about the original Micro Magic series.
-Custom Hook Keepers
-High Quality AA Cork Grips
-Backed by Duckett Rods' 20-year Warranty
Rod Handle Length:
Tackle Warehouse measures its rod handle lengths from the butt of the rod to the top of the foregrip. [ Diagram ]
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