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KastKing Speed Demon Pro, KastKing Speed Demon Bass, and KastKing Calamus Ultralight Rods are now available at Amazon.com

 

For New Rod Discounts... read on. 

 

 

 

KastKing Speed Demon Pro Rods

 

Elite Carbon Blanks, IM8, 36/40T

Carbon Nano Tube resins

80/20 Composite crank bait models including the new 7'3" spinning crank bait rod

36 million modulus Blanks

750K Strain Rate carbon blanks

15 Models - 4 Spinning, 11 Casting, All 1 piece

All technique specific actions and tapers

Fuji LY-Frame Guides w/Alconite rings - Spinning

Fuji LN Frame Guides w/Alconite rings- Casting

Fuji Reel Seats

Custom Winn Grips and fighting butt

 

Retail Price 

 

Intro  DISCOUNT - 10% Limited Time Offer

 

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KastKing  Speed Demon STS (Species Tuned Series) Bass Rods

 

Dimensional 16 Rod Blanks, IM7 24/30 - T24 million modulus 500K strain rate carbon blanks,  

S-Glass crank bait models ,AAA Portuguese cork handles and premium EVA fighting butt

11 Models - 2 Spinning, 9 Casting, all 1 piece

All technique specific actions and tapers

Fuji Frame Guides w/aluminum oxide rings

Fuji Reel Seats

 

Retail Price 

 

 Intro DISCOUNT - 10% Limited Time Offer

 

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KastKing Calmus Ultralight Rods

 

 

KastKing Calamus Ultra-Light IM7 30T Micro Polish blanks 

30 million modulus - 650K Strain Rate carbon blanks.

9 Models All Spinning, all 2 pc, moderate fast to fast actions

V-Mark Titanium Guides

SKSS 2-pc reel seats for weight reduction

Ultra -light Premium EVA handles

Split rear handle design to reduce weight and improve balance

Ultra-Light weight starting from only  2.5 ounces

Great for trout, crappie, smallmouth, panfish

 

Retail Price 

 

Intro DISCOUNT - 10% Limited Time Offer

 

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KastKing  New Rods

- Special Offer - 

 

KastKing Speed Demon Pro Rods, Speed Demon STS Bass Rods, 

and Calamus Ultralight Rods:

 

 

 

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For more photos, info, and other KastKing products visit

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For -10% Off enter this discount code at checkout :

 

KKRSPDSM

 

 

Offer Ends: MIDNIGHT EDT  Monday, April 23, 2018 

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Any idea when the new Speed Demon reel will drop?

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It would be great if they offered a combo at a great price.

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There's a 4'6 1 piece ultralight btw, not all 2 pieces.  Very tempted to buy that.

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3 hours ago, Junger said:

There's a 4'6 1 piece ultralight btw, not all 2 pieces.  Very tempted to buy that.

I was looking at the Calamus line for trout fishing. I wish they had some of the longer rods with one piece blanks.

 

I am also confused as they are marketing this as their ultralight line of rods but the have medium and medium heavy rods in the line up.

 

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On 4/19/2018 at 12:34 AM, Bluebasser86 said:

Any idea when the new Speed Demon reel will drop?

Hi there! We plan to release the Speed Demon Pro later this summer.

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16 minutes ago, KastKingUSA said:

Hi there! We plan to release the Speed Demon Pro later this summer.

I need grab a couple of those. Your rods and reels look great. The prices are really good for what I've been seeing.

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Just now, All about da bass said:

I need grab a couple of those. Your rods and reels look great. The prices are really good for what I've been seeing.

We would love for you to experience what KastKing has to offer. Perfect time to see for yourself since Glenn posted the discounts! Looking forward to hearing back from you.

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1 minute ago, KastKingUSA said:

We would love for you to experience what KastKing has to offer. Perfect time to see for yourself since Glenn posted the discounts! Looking forward to hearing back from you.

I was with Abu Garcia, they didn't really work out for me. I do plan on using your products in the near future.

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On 4/19/2018 at 1:18 PM, NYWayfarer said:

I am also confused as they are marketing this as their ultralight line of rods but the have medium and medium heavy rods in the line up.

Hello there. Our Calamus series is ultralight in weight. However, we offer actions from ultralight to medium heavy.

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6 hours ago, KastKingUSA said:

Hello there. Our Calamus series is ultralight in weight. However, we offer actions from ultralight to medium heavy.

Makes perfect sense. Thanks for the info! 

 

Keep up up the great work. I love your products. Best bang for the buck out there!

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For the price, I picked up the 8' flippin rod. I look forward to it. 

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I bought the 6’6” light action Calamus rod for Trout fishing. Specifically for throwing 1/8 oz Leland Trout Cranks. 

 

Just a a heads up, if you are a member of the Kastking inner circle your discount was more than the 10% offered here and on Facebook/YouTube. 

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Id love to purchase some of these rods, but it seems like they cost almost 200 bucks on Amazon.ca! That's insane, I wish they would adjust the price to a fair range. 

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51 minutes ago, DomQ said:

Id love to purchase some of these rods, but it seems like they cost almost 200 bucks on Amazon.ca! That's insane, I wish they would adjust the price to a fair range. 

Wow!

 

Do you have any friends or relatives in the U.S. that can order them off Amazon in the states and then ship them to you when they get it? That's got to be cheaper than ordering off of Amazon.ca

 

I'm not volunteering BTW I wouldn't trust myself to ship them to you once I got them. Temptation and all.

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2 hours ago, NYWayfarer said:

Wow!

 

Do you have any friends or relatives in the U.S. that can order them off Amazon in the states and then ship them to you when they get it? That's got to be cheaper than ordering off of Amazon.ca

 

I'm not volunteering BTW I wouldn't trust myself to ship them to you once I got them. Temptation and all.

Hahaha well I had a member offer, but shipping a rod is scary enough, I don't want to put that responsibility onto someone else's shoulders. But ya it is pretty brutal :( I've been eyeing a demon pro since they announced it.

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Which one of these would be recommended for a general rod? I’m just starting out and I’m just fishing from banks right now at local ponds and lakes. I’ve currently got a 6’5 MH Daiwa Alexa. So I’d like to get something longer that I would be better suited to different techniques.

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5 hours ago, Sharkicane said:

Which one of these would be recommended for a general rod? I’m just starting out and I’m just fishing from banks right now at local ponds and lakes. I’ve currently got a 6’5 MH Daiwa Alexa. So I’d like to get something longer that I would be better suited to different techniques.

Something around 7' MH/F is a great all around rod. 

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7 hours ago, Bluebasser86 said:

Something around 7' MH/F is a great all around rod. 

I’ll keep looking around then, didn’t see any of the new KastKing rods in MH that were 7’. They were all like 7’5 or 7’6, I think one was a 6’8 crank bait. 

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9 hours ago, Sharkicane said:

I’ll keep looking around then, didn’t see any of the new KastKing rods in MH that were 7’. They were all like 7’5 or 7’6, I think one was a 6’8 crank bait. 

There is a 7' M/F "spinnerbait" rod that would very likely be a good all around rod. Spinnerbait rods will generally have a good amount of backbone and make good all around rods. Rod power ratings will vary from one company to the next as there is no set guidelines for what makes a medium a medium or MH a MH. 

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1 hour ago, Bluebasser86 said:

There is a 7' M/F "spinnerbait" rod that would very likely be a good all around rod. Spinnerbait rods will generally have a good amount of backbone and make good all around rods. Rod power ratings will vary from one company to the next as there is no set guidelines for what makes a medium a medium or MH a MH. 

Awesome good to know. I’ll probablyb pick one up soon. I really like the price point of the bass rod but that pro tournament for 30 more dollars has caught my eye. Seems like you might get a lot better rod for a relatively small investment. 

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Just now, Sharkicane said:

Awesome good to know. I’ll probablyb pick one up soon. I really like the price point of the bass rod but that pro tournament for 30 more dollars has caught my eye. Seems like you might get a lot better rod for a relatively small investment. 

I much prefer the Winn Grips on the Pro Tournament than I do cork handles. 

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On 4/24/2018 at 2:09 PM, DomQ said:

Id love to purchase some of these rods, but it seems like they cost almost 200 bucks on Amazon.ca! That's insane, I wish they would adjust the price to a fair range. 

I read that wealth was common in Canada, Look! The Queen!...;)

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9 hours ago, reason said:

I read that wealth was common in Canada, Look! The Queen!...;)

Ha ya, Lets not go there though 

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