Don’t let the technique labels fool you

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Each of these rods is stamped with a particular technique right above the fore grip. While it may be designed for these specific applications, I’ve found these rods to be much more versatile than you’d think. For instance, I’ve been using the “Light Swimbait” model, but it has proven to be a workhorse for many other light-line casting techniques. I’ve also been using it for skipping Senkos, floating worms, soft jerkbaits and even finesse crankbaits.

I have been looking for this particular action and taper for a while and I’m really glad I found it. If you’re fishing these finesse-type presentations around boat docks, willow trees and flooded cover and need a little more backbone than a traditional spinning rod, I highly recommend this rod.