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Crowder Rods "Salute Series"

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Crowder Rods Salute Fishing Rod

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Made in the USA, the Crowder Rods "Salute Series" fishing rods have been designed for kayak anglers who spend time in fishing fresh and saltwater. The Salute series uses only the highest quality components by Fuji, and feature sensitive high-modulus graphite blanks. The Crowder Rods Salute Series gives the budget minded angler the most bang for their buck.


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How was the overall fit and finish for this product?
How well did this item hold up against the rigors of kayak fishing?
Are you able to use this in many different situations?
Was it worth the price you paid?
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Independent Rod Company Makes Rods Worth More Than They Cost

I came across these a while back and picked one up. I wanted a well made versatile rod that would cast well and provide good feedback of strikes and fish action. I chose a 7'6" medium weight model to help a little with the long cast and handle the Reds and Sea Trout I would be fishing for.

The rod uses quality braid ready guides and a carbon blank. The wrapping and fittings are excellent, tidy and good looking. The rod has real cork grips that are dense and durable.

Now for the real question, It casts long, straight and with minimal effort. I rate it a 5 out of 5.

Hooking and Fighting Ability
I can feel the bite easily and it has the backbone to set a hook easily. It is proportioned well and fights a hooked fish well. The rod does not overpower a fish as much as plays the fish for a satisfying fight. I rate it a 5 out of 5.

The rod has seen a lot of action and is not showing any unusual wear. It holds up well with normal maintenance of washing and cleaning. Again a 5 out of 5.

The rod feels light in the hand and I can fish it all day. The cork grips are comfortable and big enough to grip easily but not overly large. Another 5 out of 5.

This rod meets and exceeds my expectations especially for the price I paid.

User Info

Waters Fished:
  • Large Rivers
  • Small Creeks
  • Large Lakes
  • Salwater Flats
  • Saltwater Bays
30+ times

Pros & Cons

Reasonable price, Well made, Durable, Great casting

Equipment Model

SS768 a 7’6” rod for
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