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The Falcon LowRider XG Split-Grip Casting Rods represent the progression toward lighter equipment in the bass fishing world. Rod manufacturers, such as Falcon, are looking for every possible way to limit a rod's weight without compromising any of the strength and features that made them popular in the first place.

Now featuring split-grip handles, the Lowrider® XG Split-Grip Rods give anglers another option in the bass angler's tournament favorite LowRider Casting Rod Series. Featuring the same American-made LowRider Graphite Blanks, Fuji Guides and Fuji exposed blank Reel Seats, the sensitivity and power haven't changed. The revolutionary LowRider Guide System, which debuted in 1995, is still the state of the art system in today's fishing world. With the new split-grip design, the LowRider Casting Rod Series now simply offers more options to choose from to better meet your fishing style and help you catch more bass.

Backed by a 5-Year Limited Warranty

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Rod handle lengths are measured from the butt of the rod to the top of the foregrip. [ View Diagram ]

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  • The highly anticipated Falcon BuCoo Casting Rods have arrived. Delivering on price-point and performance, you get bucoo features standard in the Falcon BuCoo Rod Series without spending bucoo bucks.
  • The Falcon BuCoo Micro Guide Casting Rods still deliver the advanced performance and exceptional value that made the originals such a success - only now with premium Fuji Micro Guide technology.

  • Featuring true saltwater specific actions, the Falcon Lowrider Salt Casting Rods also feature the highly regarded Lowrider XG graphite blanks and the Lowrider’s winning low-profile guide concept

Customer Reviews

Comments: Just picked up the AOY...LOVE IT!! I own a couple of the Falcon Bucoo micro guide rods and wanted to check out some other offerings from Falcon. The feel of the LowRider is a bit "spongier" than the Bucoo (the bucoo is very stout) at first I wasn't sure if I liked it. Then I caught some fish with it!! It's fantastic! Sensitive, and although softer than the Bucoo, plenty of backbone to get solid hook sets. I highly recommend both rod lines. Falcon is making some great rods! In this price range you won't be disappointed. FYI the finish on the Bucoo is more enduring. I've got multiple seasons on those with no signs of wear, the LowRider has a beautiful finish, but it scratches easily. (the only negative thing I can say about it!) Buy it, you'll like it!

From: Dave: Mendon, VT, USA

Comments: I have the weightless worm rod, and love it. Have it paired with a curado 51E, and it handles great. no rod twist, well balanced, comfortable, sensitive, I am going to consider this line next time I look for a rod.

From: Dan: Carbondale, IL

Comments: i own the weightless worm rod and the angler of the year and both are great. i can throw a senko a mile with a curado 200e7 and brekly triline 100% flourocarbon. and for the angler of the year is a great rod for everything squarebills, rattle trap, 1/8 to 1/4 texas rig and spinnerbaits. awsome rods

From: Alec: Lutcher, LA

Comments: I own several of the finesse jig and hvy grass and lizard dragger models. I have them all paired with Daiwa reels  spooled with Seaguar flurocarbon. They are wondeful to fish with  and  I have owned them for several years with out one problem with any of them! Great rods from a American rod company!

From: Michael: Ripley, TN

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