Duckett Micro Magic Split Grip Casting Rods - $149.99
Please note: Duckett Rods does not provide line, lure and taper recommendations.
2007 Bassmaster Classic winner, Boyd Duckett, combined forces with legendary rod builder and winner of numerous ICAST "Best of Show" awards, Ken Whiting to create the Duckett Micro Magic Split Grip Casting Rods. The series was designed on the Micro Guide Concept to provide anglers with a lighter overall rod, a significant increase in casting distance and accuracy, as well as, a substantial improvement in balance and sensitivity. Equipped with custom designed American Tackle Micro Guides, these guides were designed especially for the Micro Magic series to be tough enough to withstand the rigors of tournament fishing.
The team at Duckett Rods also painstakingly balanced each rod in the series. Based on their years of experience in the industry, they have found that sensitivity is more a function of balance - rather than vibration. Balancing a rod correctly makes the tip lighter, and therefore allows the rod position to be more easily displaced - translating into increased sensitivity. Also featuring Comfort Grip reel seats and a split-grip handle design, an access port at the base of the butt grip allows you to further fine tune the balance of the rod depending on reel choice, etc. Light weight, durable and extremely sensitive, the Duckett Micro Magic Casting Rods offer the technique specific performance and actions to take your fishing to the next level.
-Custom Hook Keepers
-High Quality AA Cork Grips
-Backed by Duckett Rods' 20-year Warranty
Comments: I first came on to these rods by my favorite youtube as well! This rod is a great rod. Sensitive, light, and powerful. If your looking for a true MH rod go with the heavy. Ducketts rods are on the lighter side of average. That being said this rod with the micro guides is the best rod for under 200$. The accuracy and distance you can get out of the micro guides is truly amazing. I have the 7" H for frogging and flipping and it's more then enough to muscle the tanks out of cover. Love this rod and you will to.
From: CJ: OH 9/30/14
Comments: The added number of micro guides translates into an incredible amount of sensitivity to the blank due to the added line to rod contact, and they do increase casting distance and accuracy, it's not just a marketing thing. They save a bit of weight too I'm sure. Also, Duckett's micro guides are considerably more stout than other brands I've had. The blank itself is very strong, light and has great backbone and still retain a little bit of softness (by this I don't mean lack of power or hook set capability, just a bit of tip that helps to keep fish on and not just rip the bait of of their mouth).
From: Britt: Edmonds, WA 8/11/14
Comments: I have to admit i was skeptical at first like alot of guys who picked up one to try, but all i can say is... it is different than anything i have use so far. The micro guides keep line management at bay and the overall feel of the rod is great! I have no problems to report so far... all is well! I have mine paired with a G3 Revo winch spooled with 12lb Seaguar Flurocarbon line and i am very well pleased with the combo. The reel is smooth as butter and handles big worms and jigs with ease.
From: Michael: Ripley, TN 6/26/14
Comments: I was very happy when I picked this rod up. I bought the 7'3" MH and it is one of the best rod's Ive ever owned. I've fished pretty much every rod out there and this Duckett is the lightest best balanced (Even better than Dobyns) most sensitive rod on the planet. You can feel everything that is going on under the water. The micro guides are not a joke either, you can cast farther with more control and they even add to the feel or your bait because the line is closer to the rod. Don't be fooled by the haters, this rod is the real deal.
From: Johnnie: USA 6/21/14
Comments: I was so exited getting this rod! It is light but has plenty of backbone. It's not as sensitive as you might think. Pretty much the same as any $100 rod out there. The micro guides actually make me cast with less distance! The micro guides are all hype don't fall for it! Just stick to normal guides
From: Jim: Dallas, TX 6/14/14
Comments: I picked up the Duckett 7'6" Heavy Rod, planned on using it for heavier jigs and C-rigs. I used to be a Loomis guy, tried Megabass Orochi XX rods and wasn't impressed with the sensitivity for the price of the rod. I decided to go cheaper by the reviews and tried the Duckett. I know it is half the price of the Orochi, but there was literally NO bottom feel on the rod. I had a friend try it and he said the same thing. I moved on to Dobyns and don't regret it one bit. Dobyns Champion and Champ Extreme are FAR superior rods.
From: Slade: KS 5/18/14
Comments: Great rods, super light and strong blanks. I own a 7'6" crankin, 7' MH, and a 7'6" H, had them for 6 months. Only problem out of them is my 7MH has broken the cork butt in half and 7'H is starting to crack a little but I super glued it since I dont have receipt (otherwise they have great 20yr warranty) and they have been holding up since. My favorite rods ever owned either way.
From: Clint: Sandford, NC 5/6/14
Comments: This is the best rod on the market! Durable, extremely light and sensitive, sleek look, comfy, and fairly priced. Give this rod a chance you won't be disappointed! Denali Kovert is right behind!
From: Jacob: USA 4/30/14
Comments: Absolutely the best craw out there. Perfect balance of action size durability and looks. It's subtle yet tremendous action is quite natural and enticing too a bass(or whatever wants it). However the Zman Turbo Crawz is better as a trailer and as good as this craw in my very recent experience, and the Zman CrawdadZ is awesome too! But the chigger craw will remain my go to until I flip/punch the Zman baits.
From: Jacob: USA 4/3/14
Comments: These rods are the best I have the 7' med heavy and I use it for jigs and worms love it buying another one soon but a 7'3" heavy can't wait get one there great rods!!!!
From: Mike: Annapolis, MD 3/9/14
Comments: These rods are amazing, plain and simple, I have a 7' medium and just got a 7'6 heavy. Ive got a 36 inch bull red on the 7' medium, you can catch almost any fish on these rods, the only complaint is the eyes. They're a little flimsy, but thats the only problem I have.
From: Thomas: Groves, Texas
Comments: I can not thank this rod enough. I hooked an about 4FT alligator and i was able to bring it to the shore and unhook it. I have the 7 ft med-hvy and it is a good all around rod. i have it paired with a shimano calais. It is the best rod FOR THE MONEY. But be careful, you will have guides pop out.
From: Trevon: Clewiston, Florida
Comments: Excellent! Was looking for a not really good casting Med.Hvy. to use as a general purpose worm rod. Very comfortable and casts great. The micro guides are a plus. Very lightweight and very very close to a Crucial if you have fished one of those. I know that some rod manufacturers label high and low on the rod ratings. This one is right on for a Med Hvy. Not too much wag and lots of power.
From: C: Gretna, La. U.S.
Comments: Great rod far more than i expected for the money.Just get one you won`t be disapointed
From: Rich: Ohio
Comments: best rod ever for topwater frog's i have a 7'heavy very accurate can cast a mile. love the micro guides very small
From: Matthew: Port Rowan ON Canada
Comments: great rod, very sensitive and ill be buying more. Define fly recommend this
From: Charlie: VA
Comments: I have the 7 foot MH model. It's a great all-purpose rod, light and sensitive, yet durable.
From: Adam: Nassau County, NY
Comments: Very durable rod! I've use my 6'6 MH for everything from jigs, senkos, squarebills to even spinners, never any problems. Hooked some hard fighting smalles and watched in horror as the rod doubled over but no problem. It's been 2 years of heavy fishing and no problems whatsoever.
From: Jimmy: Chicago, IL
Comments: great rod just bought a 7'6 after fishing 7'3 med hvy for 2 years. honestly its a great rod even after 2 years never had a issue
From: big v: san diego, ca
Comments: Duckett rods are outperforming my expectations even after 2 years of abuse. What kept me coming back was the excellent customer service. Two thumbs up Duckett, Ive told everyone I know and will continue to put positive reviews out, keep it up
From: J: GA
Comments: I bought the 7'0" MH last spring;all i can say is this rod is incredible. Very light and balanced with a curado 201E7 and with the micro guides it casts a mile. Enough tip to throw light, weightless plastics, but when you set the hook it has enough backbone to horse a fish out of the thick stuff. Im in love with the looks and oversll performance of this rod. Thanks Duckett!
From: James: MN
Comments: I own 5 of these rods and love them all. In fact i just got back from Lake Okeechobee and my 7'10 extra heavy rod paired with my curado 300 and 80lb sunline fx2 got the job done fishing that thick stuff. Although that double digit beast never showed. I did manage to lay the smack down on a few 7's.
From: Jason: Boynton Beach, FL
Comments: Awesome rods, extremely sensitive, seriously light. Love them.
From: Jackson: Knoxville, TN
Comments: I now own 6 of these rods. All I can say is I love them. The actions are all on the money and I have had no quality issues what so ever. I have landed 3 40" plus musikes on them along with countless bass and they just keep ticking.
From: Bill: WI
Comments: I have [three] 7'3" med-hvy love the action but can't keep the first two guides from slipping out of the windings.
From: Donald: Ringgold, GA
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