Comments: It's Light, Strong (Back Bone) , Perfectly Balanced for F&P, and Sexy. I know it kind of sounds like the perfect woman but simply put, the best flipping rod I have ever had. Thinking of buying a second so I don't have to choose whether the frog or the jig gets the pleasure this Spring even though the jigs had her all winter. California Pro's and the team manager at Daiwa sure made a beauty! My hats off to you guys, don't change a thing.
From: Regoman: Agoura Hills, CA
Comments: Bought a couple seasons ago, one of the best Frog rods I've used, even after I was dumb enough to close it in my truck tailgate and break off 4". Pulls the fish in everytime and can fire a frog a mile.
From: Rex: WI
Comments: this rod is a joke broke into 4 pieces on a two pounder then they sent me another rod broke that one first time out on a cast.
From: Mike: no cal
Comments: worst rods ever. Broke 2 of these, will never buy a daiwa product again.
From: Brad: Hanover, PA
Comments: I have had this rod for 3 yrs now . Caught lots of large Florida bass out of the thick junk. Awesome light rod with nice tip and lots of backbone.
From: Carl: Boca Raton, FL
Comments: I've used this rod for 2 seasons now and I am quite pleased. The tip is soft, allowing the rod to load easily in the cast. Plenty of backbone for hooksets and pulling bass out of the nasty stuff.
From: Jacob: Atlanta, GA
Comments: its a good rod and i like the design of the handle but can use more guides. bought one a few years ago and broke it near the tip on a 1lb bass. could just be a defected rod. daiwa should definitely redesign the L&T for 2012 then maybe ill buy another one.
Comments: I purchased a light & tough frog rod 2 seasons ago and love it. I use it for frogs over heavy weeds, pitching creatures, even shaky heads. It is very versatile and comfortable to fish with.
From: Michael: Leicester, MA
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