Falcon Cara T7 Casting Rods - $189.99 to $224.99
Proudly made in the USA
The Cara T7's represent a major step forward, outfitted with all new Fuji ACS seats and streamlined anti-grooving guides in Falcon's LowRider alignment. The heart of the new Cara series is Falcon's F120X blank, a proprietary weave of high modulus graphite praised for its balance of sensitivity and durability.
The inspiration for the Falcon Cara T7 rods comes from the evolving techniques and increasing demands of bass tournament professionals. They are individually designed to solve the technical requirements of properly casting and retrieving various artificial lure, in a variety of demanding situations, including pitching, flipping, drop-shotting, finesse fishing, and heavy structure and vegetation.
Backed by a Limited Lifetime Warranty
Comments: I own every Falcon Cara Rod they make except a McClelland Signature series 7'4 tha I am currently waiting on. I have used Falcon since I bought my first Silver Series Herm 21 years ago. I have broke two in all that time and it was 100% my fault. The CCM-5-1610 and CCM-6-1610 are my go to rods for just about everything. Being a tackle junkie, I have some Cumaras, GLX, Airrus, Lamiglas, Dobyns, Duckett, e21, Kistler, St. Croix, and have enjoyed them but come tournament day I have 18 Falcons in my box. Great product, great company, and made in the USA. What more could you ask for. These rods have to be fished with to be appreciated. Beautiful actions and a rod for every occasion.
From: Matt: Broken Arrow, OK
Comments: Awesome rods worth every penny! I thought the BuCoo micro was the deal but after fishing this rod nothing else will do. I have the Cara T7 6'6" Med heavy fast it is a great rod for flukes and light Texas rigged baits I also have the weightless worm rod and it is an awesome sinko worm rod!
From: Henry: Frankston,TX
Comments: These rods are built for men who fish harder than they work. I wish TW would carry the mansfield special in a full cork handle.
From: Noah: NM
Comments:My buddy turned me on to Falcons about 3 years ago. My only mistake is not buying them sooner. Now that's all I use with the exception of the Shimano Cumara lines of rods. The Falcon Cara line is one of the best line rods I have held in my hand, light, sensitive and easy to control. I would highly recommend the Falcon Caras to anybody with the means to spend a little more. You wont be disappointed.
From:ULG: Oklahoma, USA
Comments:all my rods are Falcons and I have never found anything better, I use the Caras as my flipping sticks like 7-173s Cara Amisted, for my jigs, and the 6-276 tele flipping is excellent. I use a .25 ounce most of the time on 17lb line. They're all great, I wouldn't go with anything else. The swimbait rod I use is the Lowrider, 5-276 tele and it is great, love it.
From:Jeremy: Glenpool, OK
Comments:Just bought the CCB-6-174HC (Mike McClelland Hvy Cover Finesse Jig Rod)and it can handled fish tremendously. It has just the right tip action to properly present the bait and had the backbone to get the job done. Highly recommend this rod for not just finesse jigs in heavy cover, but for throwing light swimbaits and horny toads. Oh, by the way, one of the fish was an 8 pounder!
From:Brad: Bryant, AR
Comments:Comments:the CC-5-166MH is a great light jig rid. I've also used the rod for lipless cranks. Very balanced with the Daiwa Fuego.
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