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GS13M w/ Cork handle

(19 customer reviews)

The ultimate jigging rod for crappie fishing with Livescope!

$104.99

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SKU: GS13M0000 Category:

Description

Finally a 13′ rod with amazing backbone that doesn’t wear you out! Tested in the Texas lakes

on hundreds of Crappie over 2 pounds this rod will not let you down. We went to a higher grade

of graphite to get strength, sensitivity and an easily manageable weight. This is the ultimate jigging rod for Livescope!

Specifications:

  • Rod weight: 7.4 ounces.
  • Action: Medium/Heavy with Fast Tip
  • Cork handle
  • High grade graphite
  • Two piece
  • Lure weight: 1/16 – 1 oz

Recommended Reel Size:

  • Lew’s Laser Light or Mach1 in 50-100 series or similar
  • Lew’s Wally Marshall Speed Shooter 50-100 series or similar
  • Shimano Sienna 500 or 1000 series or similar

Our Customers Have Spoken

4.63 / 5

Based on 19 reviews

4.63 out of 5

Ratings & Reviews

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3 reviews with a 4-star rating

  1. One person found this helpful
    Eric Price

    Nice Rod

    I have been using this rod for a few months now and it seems to be a pretty good rod. i have caught several fish around 2 pounds and no problem swinging them in.

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  2. Zack

    All in all it’s an awesome rod. It has plenty of backbone and sensitivity. The lightweight really helps for a long day on the water. Only complaint about the rod is I wish it had the orange tip like my 12′ does.

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  3. DAVID KIRA

    Weight to balance

    I love the firmness of these poles. Also the overall weight is terrific. I’m wondering if adding an inch of 2 ounce weight to the butt end would take away the tip heaviness. I hold my rod for hours and hours free lining. I’m just wondering if overall weight or balance would less taxing on my hand and wrist!? I might try to modify it, just not sure if I want to mess with a good thing

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