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Bps Crankin Stick

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Im about to start looking at options for a new casting rod. I currently have 3 spinning rods, and 1 casting rod that I only use for jigging. Iv been thinking about the crankin stick, but I dont think Ill use it exclusively for cranks. Id probably be throwing a few spinners and buzzbaits on it also. Should I even consider this rod? Throw me some ideas!!!

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A very fine cranking rod - arguably the best value in it's price range.  They go on sale several times a year and are then an even better value.  If you search this forum, you will find a number of threads on this rod - most with pretty good reviews.

 

I now have 5 of them (4 in the photo below) and they were hard to resist at the $59 sale price that I purchased them at several years ago.

 

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They work well for me! Also the 1 year warranty is great. One broke before I even got line on it and another broke when a gas can slid forward in the bed of my truck and snapped it in half(totally my fault and any rod would of broke in that case). BPS exchanged both no questions asked.

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Looks like Ill be getting one, in that case. Iv always heard they were well worth the momey spent on it. Time to pick one up!!!

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i've got one for deep crankin' .  i know there are better rods out there but not for the price..

the only thing i don't like is that i think the handle is too short.... i prefer it longer to brace against me for added leverage

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The Bass Pro Shops cranking stick is definitely worth looking at. It can handle cranks, spinners, and buzz baits with ease. I have the 7'm and I am very happy with it.

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That shorter handle makes it an awesome jerkbait rod. They are also very sensitive and I've utilized mine (7' M) for a soft plastics rod in a pinch.

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