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Cashion Rods Cranking Rod Giveaway Winners

Cashion Rods are American made with American materials and science and they build their fishing rods at the molecular level. They’re all about focusing on what makes a rod more sensitive and what makes it better. From the blanks to the grips and rod covers, their rods are truly American made but it is even more than that. They want Cashion Rod Buyers to have a pride of ownership and want them to be part of the Cashion culture; a solid family of rods built by a solid family of rod builders.

From the adhesives to the epoxy to the fibers that create their rods, it’s science. There’s no question about the quality because each rod leaves the factory only after it passes a 33-point quality control inspection.

Technique-specific means more, too. The blended composition of a Cashion Rod makes sure the action meets rigorous guidelines. It’s one thing to look good but another to stand up to today’s anglers and give them the feel and sensitivity they desire no matter what they tie on them.

For this giveaway, 5 lucky Wired2fish followers will win a model iCDD76MHMF Deep Dive ICON Cranking Rod perfect for big plugs and fishing them offshore where the big ones live. This 7-foot, 6-inch moderate-fast, medium heavy-action rod can handle lures from 3/8- to 1-ounce baits. Combined with American Tackle micro guides and reel seat with shortened threads, it combines all-day comfort and better blank contact for a better feel. These rods retail for $219.95. We trust the winners of this giveaway will love this rod.

Congratulations to the winners, your rod is on the way! Thanks for entering and as always, keep an eye out for more weekly giveaways from the Wired2fish guys. 

Patricia Anderson – Fredonia, N.Y.

Stephen Capela, Jr. – Union City, Penn.

Rick Heise – Jackson, Mo.

Richard Enix – Lake City, Tenn.

Bill Evitts – Paducah, Ky.