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    Wally Marshall Troll Tech Crappie Fishing Rod by Lews - 16 Foot

    Shop Lew's Wally Marshall Troll Tech Crappie Fishing Rod at Macks Prairie Wings! Low Prices and Quality Customer Service only from Americas Premier Waterfowl Outfitter!
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    Product Description

    Lew's Wally Marshall Troll Tech Crappie Fishing Rod was years in the making. They are designed specifically for tight line trolling with heavy baits, long lining, pulling crankbaits or simply focusing on giant slabs. The stiffer than normal action of these rods also makes them a great choice when dipping heavy cover where there's a need to lift fish up and out in a hurry.

    If trolling is your method for taking big crappies, this is the rod you need. It also works great for drifting and spider-rig presentations. The blanks are durable and sensitive premium IM6 graphite. Reel seats are bite telegraphing graphite as well. Comfortable EVA grips make holding these rods all day a pleasure. Actions approved by Wally Marshall. Tuxedo Black finish. The 16 foot poles come in 3 pieces.


    • Length: 16 foot
    • Power: Medium-Heavy
    • Line Weight: 10-25
    • Lure Weight: 1/4-1
    • Tip Action: Moderate
    • Guides +Tip: 15+Tip
    Lew's Wally Marshall Troll Tech Crappie Fishing Features:
    • Premium IM6 graphite rods
    • Lightweight graphite reel seat
    • Comfortable EVA foam grips
    • Hard aluminum oxide guides
    • Ideal for trolling, drifting and spider rigging
    • Unique rod length label indicator

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