Falcon Cara T7 Reaction Casting Rods - $199.99 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. All Cara T7 Reaction Casting rods are specially designed with a slower action for different types of "reaction baits"
Backed by Limited Lifetime Warranty
Comments: I agree with Matt. My god. Why are the prices keep going up? I know more people are starting to fish with Falcon now but come on. But all in all, they are great rods. Falcon is all I fish with and will continue to buy.
From: Jarvis: GA
Comments: I use Falcon rods always have and will, but the past couple of months they keep jacking the price up on there rods. The T7 reactions started at $169 then they went to $189 and now there at $199 and $224 theres a point where you have to stop I know the price of graphite is up but this is getting ridiculious.
From: Matt: Dallas, TX
Comments: This rod, by far, is one of the most sensitive and has plenty of back bone for C-Rig , Flipping and The Football Jig.
From: Jason: Bakersfield, CA / Bixby, OK
Comments: I bought the 7'3" model and just as the add states you can cast a deep diver a mile , its a fine rod.
From: Tony: Centre, AL
Comments:Took the deep runner out today after I bought it and love it. You can feel everything the bait is doing. If you love cranking, I would recommend buying this rod.
From:Jeremy: Glenpool, OK
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