Duckett White Ice Spinning Rods - $199.99
Please note: Duckett Rods does not provide line, lure and taper recommendations.
The Duckett White Ice Spinning Rods were designed by Elite Series pro’s, Terry Scroggins, Jason Williamson and Jason Quinn for some of their most productive finesse applications. Each pro was heavily involved in the designing and testing of each of their signature rods. Everything from the length, action, and taper down to the number and placement of the guides was dialed in to their exacting specifications. Custom reel seats also provide a secure, ergonomic base for reel, and newly designed American Tackle Micro Guides feature thicker frames for added durability. When the going gets tough and light lines are the only answer, the Duckett White Ice Spinning Rods are the rods you want in your hands.
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Comments: I have 6ft8 med hvy paired with a shimano stradic fj 2500 reel with Berkley solutions 8 lb line. I use this setup for ringworms finesse worms with 1/8 ounce wts. love this setup. rod is great.reel has plenty of power. and line handles like a dream.
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