Shimano Compre Flipping Rods

The Shimano Compre Flipping Rods are a new addition to the ever popular Compre line-up of rods. Offering the technique specific performance you need for flipping, pitching and punching, they are durable rods that can handle the use and abuse of close quarter power fishing. Lightweight IM-9 high modulus graphite blanks offer a balanced feel combined with the sensitivity and power you need to detect bites and horse bass out of heavy cover. Durable Fuji Aluminum Oxide Guides also facilitate greater line control and casting accuracy, while new custom Shimano no-thread reel seats furnish a sturdy lightweight base for your reel. The reel seats also fasten from below the reel for a sleek, new, threadless look. Still one of Shimano's most popular series of rods, the Shimano Compre Flipping Rods offer a winning blend of performance and value.

Additional Features:

- Custom Shaped EVA Handles
- Multi-purpose hook keeper
- Etched Technique Specific Badge Butt Cap

-Backed by 1-year Limited Warranty (All warranty claims must be made with Shimano directly. Tackle Warehouse can no longer accept Shimano warranty rods.)


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

Shimano Compre Flipping Rod 7'7" Med Hvy

Taper Line Wt. Lure Wt. Guides Handle Type Handle Length Stock Price Qty
Extra Fast 12-20lb 3/8-1oz 9+Tip Compre Flip 14-1/2" In Stock: 3+ $119.99
Compre Flip

Shimano Compre Flipping Rod 7'11" Heavy

Taper Line Wt. Lure Wt. Guides Handle Type Handle Length Stock Price Qty
Extra Fast 15-30lb 3/8-1oz 9+Tip Compre Flip 14-1/2" In Stock: 3+ $119.99
Compre Flip

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Customer Reviews

Comments: I got this rod when I started bass fishing. I loved it then & I love it now, 1 yr. later, no problems! This is the most durable rod tip on the planet! It has been through the worst as is still all in one perfect piece. I use this rod for everything, rattle traps, jigs, small and big soft plastics. Heck I've thrown a huge 8" swimbait on it! It Is Great!

From: G.S.: USA 5/10/15

Comments: Rod was tip heavy and out of balance. Bought the "The Balancer" used all three weights and not love the rod - perfectly balanced.

From: David: Bradenton, FL 4/10/14

Comments: I finally was able to use my 7'7" flipping rod today, here in the Northwest, the water is slowly warming up.  I'm not sure if I got a bad rod, this is my 3rd Shimano rod of different kinds.  Set the hook today on a good sized bass and the rod broke below the 5th guide when I was bringing it in.  I really liked the rod up until this point.  Now I will see if Shimano will replace it. 

From: Bellingham, WA

Comments: Have had the 7'11 for a couple weeks now and its great. It's not to heavy and you can pitch and flip with it all day. I have thrown all sorts of baits this rod and have produced with it. This rod seems like it would also work nice with an alabama rig. I have this rod paired with a 200e7 curado and I'm convinced that you could keep any fish from running into heavy cover.

From: Brooks: Davie, FL

Comments: just picked up the 7'11", its a nice "looking" rod, but WOW..this rod is VERY, VERY tip heavy, has huge guides all the way to the tip, i had to add a balance kit to the butt end just to try and blance it out some, i haven't fished with it yet though.

From: Jeff: MA

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