Jump to content
Sign in to follow this  
rowyourboat

flippin rod

Recommended Posts

im lookin for a good flipping rod for reasonable price for me (around $150) any suggestions?

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Pinnacles new Perfecta series of rods are right at the 150 mark.  Pretty darn good rods for the money.  If you can spend an extra 30 bucks, the Crucial flippin sticks are fantastic rods.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Id take a look at the Abu Garcia Veritas rod, at $99 and its light and sensitive. If ya wanna spend a bit more I prefer the Powell 7105.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Take a look at the Dobyns Savvy series 766 FLIP. Just a bit over your price mark, but should be able to pick it up for under $150 on sale in a few days.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Tackle Warehouse should have a sale coming up here soon, you'll be able to pick up a Dobyns Savvy Series for a great price, and well worth it. Great rod, and very versatile. Can be a great back up frog rod or swimbait rod if need be.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Tackle warehouse is a great place to buy from. I suggest you go to a local shop and check stuff out first so you know what you want before you order.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

I picked up a Duckett micro magic 7'10" a few months ago to replace a Castaway 7'6".

The duckett is a good stick. I like the addtional 4 inches. (thats what she said.. :))

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

I know most people would shy away from what seems like a cheap rod but the Field and Stream Tech Spec Flipping Rod at Dick's is awesome.  $60 for them and they perform like the expensive ones.  MH XF tip 7'6" Telescopic.  I have been using their rods for all kinds of applications, use their worm rod as a crankbait rod and it works really well.  The only downside is that their flipping rod is only good up to 1 1/4 oz, so if your flipping real thick stuff this may not be your gig.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
im lookin for a good flipping rod for reasonable price for me (around $150) any suggestions?

I'm going to recommend the Dobyns Champion 765 FLIP or the 766 Flip ... now before you say it's too expensive (retail for $240), here's a little deal for you.

Right now at The Hook Up Tackle, they're offering 20% off with the coupon code "blacknovember". But 20% off is not getting you down to $150. However, go buy a gift card (probably one for $100 and another for $50) ... They will give you the 20% off the card. Then immediately use the GC for the rod; yes, they allow that. Now you can get an additional 20% off the rod. So ... basically about 40% off the rod if you do this. That will get you to your $150 mark!!  ;D

Better yet, call them and work this through on the phone. They're great people and will help you out!!

BTW, I'm not related to those folks. Just a customer! :)

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
im lookin for a good flipping rod for reasonable price for me (around $150) any suggestions?

I'm going to recommend the Dobyns Champion 765 FLIP or the 766 Flip ... now before you say it's too expensive (retail for $240), here's a little deal for you.

Right now at The Hook Up Tackle, they're offering 20% off with the coupon code "blacknovember". But 20% off is not getting you down to $150. However, go buy a gift card (probably one for $100 and another for $50) ... They will give you the 20% off the card. Then immediately use the GC for the rod; yes, they allow that. Now you can get an additional 20% off the rod. So ... basically about 40% off the rod if you do this. That will get you to your $150 mark!! ;D

Better yet, call them and work this through on the phone. They're great people and will help you out!!

BTW, I'm not related to those folks. Just a customer! :)

Just when I thought I was out... They pull me back in!!

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

I would get the Lamiglas Excel 7116C for $120 at TW.....$95 with the black friday sale.  Then spend the rest of your $150 on jigs and flippin baits!  I have this rod and let me tell you it is a beast.  Rated to 2oz, made in the USA, lifetime warranty, can't go wrong!   ;D

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
im lookin for a good flipping rod for reasonable price for me (around $150) any suggestions?

I'm going to recommend the Dobyns Champion 765 FLIP or the 766 Flip ... now before you say it's too expensive (retail for $240), here's a little deal for you.

Right now at The Hook Up Tackle, they're offering 20% off with the coupon code "blacknovember". But 20% off is not getting you down to $150. However, go buy a gift card (probably one for $100 and another for $50) ... They will give you the 20% off the card. Then immediately use the GC for the rod; yes, they allow that. Now you can get an additional 20% off the rod. So ... basically about 40% off the rod if you do this. That will get you to your $150 mark!! ;D

Better yet, call them and work this through on the phone. They're great people and will help you out!!

BTW, I'm not related to those folks. Just a customer! :)

  It was worth trying, but it doesnt seem to be working. I did a $500 card and it showed $400 for the price, I paid and then nothing. No confirmation email, no receipt, no charge to my card. All I got was a blank screen that said "done". Ideas??

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
im lookin for a good flipping rod for reasonable price for me (around $150) any suggestions?

I'm going to recommend the Dobyns Champion 765 FLIP or the 766 Flip ... now before you say it's too expensive (retail for $240), here's a little deal for you.

Right now at The Hook Up Tackle, they're offering 20% off with the coupon code "blacknovember". But 20% off is not getting you down to $150. However, go buy a gift card (probably one for $100 and another for $50) ... They will give you the 20% off the card. Then immediately use the GC for the rod; yes, they allow that. Now you can get an additional 20% off the rod. So ... basically about 40% off the rod if you do this. That will get you to your $150 mark!! ;D

Better yet, call them and work this through on the phone. They're great people and will help you out!!

BTW, I'm not related to those folks. Just a customer! :)

It was worth trying, but it doesnt seem to be working. I did a $500 card and it showed $400 for the price, I paid and then nothing. No confirmation email, no receipt, no charge to my card. All I got was a blank screen that said "done". Ideas??

Gotta say the guys there are great, and they did give me the discount on both the gift card and my order. :) They now have my business.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Check out the Powells - 765 is good for all-around flipping, 766 for more serious slop.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
I would get the Lamiglas Excel 7116C for $120 at TW.....$95 with the black friday sale. Then spend the rest of your $150 on jigs and flippin baits! I have this rod and let me tell you it is a beast. Rated to 2oz, made in the USA, lifetime warranty, can't go wrong! ;D

What Red said! You can't go wrong with the Lamiglas.

Ronnie

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

I have a St Criox Mojo Bass Flipping rod I like pretty well its not the best but priced around $100 to 120 depending where you get it

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!

Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.

Sign In Now
Sign in to follow this  

  • Recently Browsing   0 members

    No registered users viewing this page.

  • fishing

    fishing forum

    fishing rods

    fishing reels

    fishing

    bass fish

    fish for bass
    fish

×