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MWPS591MLS 5’9″ Spinning Rod, Medium Light$124.99
This rod is for the fisherman who likes a rod with a fast tip. I like this rod on windy days, when you need a super
sensitive tip; you’ll enjoy feeling bites that you’ve never felt before. I use this rod for light jigging or rigging, or to
throw small crankbaits. You’ll enjoy this rod paired with a light reel. The tip of this rod is great for pitching shore
line. Just use 4-6 lb test line, but not over 6lb. Also great for 1/16th oz. Northland® Fire Ball® jigs, with a shiner minnow
or half a night crawler.
MWPS69MC 6’9″ Casting Rod, Medium Action$124.99
Great rod for bottom bouncing, trolling or casting crankbaits for Walleye, Bass and more. A good rod for dead
stick fishing from rod holders. I’ll use two rods on the inside, and two of the 8’6” rods on the outside. This is a
perfect pair for trolling cranks and spinner harnesses. Great
rod for light bucktails or for spooning pike and lake trout. Try using a silver or gold light spoon as an attractor 3’-
4’ ahead of a spinner harness. Works great for Walleye on the Great Lakes. Rod also works great for heavier
bottom bouncers and in-line sinkers.
MWPS76TR 7’6″ Trolling Rod, Medium Action$124.99
Lighter trolling rod designed for smaller planer boards with spinners and crankbaits, either shallow or deep.
Ideal with ½-1oz. bottom bouncers. Specialized action for light biters. Attach the sinker10’ ahead of the
crankbait or crawler harness. If trolling 30’ of water for suspended fish let out 45’ of line to the sinker. In deeper
water I adjust accordingly in front of the harness to the deeper fish. If fish are up higher adjust to lessen the
weight. Watch your sonar to see where the fish are. You won’t find a better priced rod in this size and action. It telescopes for easy storage to fit in rod lockers.
MWPS761SB 7’6″ Spinning Rod, Slip Bobber$124.99
This rod is specifically designed for slip bobber fishing. The #1 fishing tip for slip bobbers pertains to bobber size
and shape. On windy days us smaller diameter bobbers so you don’t get a lot of jerking action. When it’s less
windy use a fatter style bobber to get more action. This rod also makes a great harness riggin’ rod and has
been one of my best sellers. In fact, we sell out of them every season!