The Kistler Micro Helium LTA Crankbait Casting Rods are now lighter than ever before thanks to premium Fuji Micro Guides. Featuring glass and graphite composite blanks, the series offer the ideal parabolic actions for crankbaits and other treble hooked baits, while remaining feather-light for all-day fishing comfort.
New Fuji Tangle-Free Micro Guides with Alconite inserts and stainless steel frames only enhance sensitivity further, while also furnishing increased casting distance and accuracy. They are also a full 1/4-oz - or a worm weight lighter - than conventional guides. A premium Fuji ECS blank-exposed, reel seat also provides a lightweight base for your reel, and split grip handles with premium synthetic rubber cork grips ensure all day ergonomic comfort. offer the latest in technology and performance, the Kistler Micro Helium LTA Crankbait Casting Rods are lighter than air.
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Comments: By far the best cranking rod i have ever thrown. When teamed with low gear reel and fluoro it is amazing how much you are able feel the bait working. even when the fish inhale the bait and moves toward you. some crank sticks have little backbone and/or no sensativity, not here. you wont be sorry. great for 1.5s, 2s and ripbaits, would go MH for 2.5s and rattlebaits.
From: David: Stockton, CA
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