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Bass Pro Shops Crappie Maxx Signature Series Crappie Spinning Rod

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Bass Pro Shops Crappie Maxx Signature Series Crappie Spinning Rod

Rod Make & Model

MSRP ($):
29.99
A Super-versatile, well-balanced crappie spinning rod like our Bass Pro Shops® Crappie Maxx® Signature Series is as good as gold. Designed by the sharpest crappie anglers in the business, Crappie Maxx Signature Series rods handle all crappie fishing techniques from tightlining to jigging to traditional live bait systems. Precision-crafted RT 1 graphite rod blanks, are formulated to be strong and dependable. EVA grips provide a non-slip hold and enhance controllability. Black stainless steel guide frames with Hialoy rings reduce friction for smooth line flow. A durable graphite reel seat keeps rod solidly in place. The Bass Pro Shops Crappie Maxx Signature Series Crappie Spinning Rod is built for catching crappie.

RT1 graphite blanks
Stainless steel guides with Hialoy rings
Graphite reel seat
EVA grips
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1 reviews

Overall rating 
 
2.3
Craftsmanship 
 
3.0  (1)
Durability 
 
1.0  (1)
Versatility 
 
3.0  (1)
Value 
 
2.0  (1)
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Overall rating 
 
2.3
Craftsmanship 
 
3.0
Durability 
 
1.0
Versatility 
 
3.0
Value 
 
2.0

Nice looking rod but fragile

I have went through two of these rods and my buddy has went through one. The first time I broke one it was completely my fault. Got it caught up in a branch going down some rapids. The send time I broke it however was a sign of how flimsy the rod is. I was baiting my hook and had the rod about two eyelets down holding it between my arm and my body. And just like that the rod snapped in half.

Not even thirty minutes later my buddy broke his in the exact same sport by lightly hitting it with his paddle on a stroke.

Now here is the wierd part. I am not really that mad they broke. It seemed to be a blessing in disguise as we just put new tips on the now 4' rod and they seem to perform better than originally made. No clue how long they will last though.

I gave it low ratings due to the fact they break so easily

User Info

Waters Fished:
  • Large Rivers
  • Small Creeks
Used:
7-15 times

Pros & Cons

Pros:
Nice looking, lightweight, responsive
Cons:
Breaks easily

Equipment Model

Model:
4'6" ultralight mode
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