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BWC HSR 760-1

$379.00

An excellent 12-pound test, one-piece plug rod for salmon and steelhead. The 760 is also a perfect spinner rod for small rivers, and a terrific rod for drifting small baits for summer steelhead and fall silvers. It has a magnum-power butt and quick, light tip that delivers fast, accurate casts and good fish-fighting ability - whether you’re fishing from a boat or the bank. 

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$159.00

This rod’s blank design is unlike any other SJR we make, and it is a lot more powerful than its rating sounds. Its unique design features a soft, flexible tip for tossing both bait and lures, but the magnum butt-section is very powerful, giving you total control. This rod is perfect for throwing jigs in situations with heavy current.

$379.00

The finesse technique of dropshotting is exceptionally effective for the most finicky fish. This rod was initially intended for the dropshot technique, but has expanded to Ned Rigs, Shaky Heads, Finesse Swimbaits, and Neko Rigs. When light tackle and a graceful presentation are the name of the game – our dropshot rods answer the call. The tip of the rod is very light for setting the hook with lightwire hooks and with a couple of quick turns of the reel, the rod takes care of the rest.  The carbon fiber grips allow the angler to “see” underwater for the most subtle, finicky bites – leaving nothing to chance.

Salmon/Steel/UL

BWC HSR 821-1

$379.00

The original Gary Loomis plug rod, designed to fish Hot Shots, Wiggle Warts and other deep-diving steelhead lures. Built with a really fast taper and a magnum-power butt, this rod works well for light-duty backbouncing as well. But the place it really shines is in cross-over duties on the hunt for stripers and small sturgeon. It casts lures of up to a couple ounces no problem, and will handle up to 4 ounces in a trolling/mooching situation. The long rear grip and trigger reel seat give you total control. 

Salmon/Steel/UL

BWC HSR 822-1

$379.00

A more powerful version of the Gary Loomis plug rod, designed to fish Hot Shots, Wiggle Warts and other deep-diving steelhead lures. This particular rod was developed for big fish areas like Tillamook Bay in Oregon or the Kenai Peninsula in Alaska, where you need larger plugs and more lead to be effective. Its fast taper and magnum butt work well for backbouncing bait and it is a real workhorse for stripers and small sturgeon. Able to cast lures of up to a couple ounces and handle up to 5 ounces in a trolling/mooching situation, the rod’s long rear grip and trigger reel seat give you total control. 

$379.00

Designed initially as a Hover rod for salmon and steelhead, the HVR 763 has proven to be an ideal bass rod too. This is an exceptional rod for small shallow-running crankbaits and vibrating/wiggle baits like Big O’s or Super Spots. This rod also handles small buzzbaits and stickbaits exceptionally well, and it makes a terrific ultralight saltwater popping rod for sea trout and puppy reds. The HVR 763 loads easily so you can cast light baits accurately, and it excels in clear water where light line and small lures are the keys to success.  For the salmon fishery, Hover fishing is the presentation of eggs just off the bottom right in front of the fish’s mouth. The tip needs to be very light to notice a salmon pinch down the presented bait. But the blank must also have power for an angry 40-pound chinook. What makes this rod unique is an incredibly light tip and a powerful backbone all the way throughout.

$379.00

Designed initially as a Hover rod for salmon and steelhead, the HVR 764 has proven to be an ideal bass rod too. This is an awesome rod for medium deep-diving crankbaits like the smaller Fat Free Shad and Deep Wee R’s.  Spinnerbaits will also feel at home when using this rod. One area that this rod truly excels at is with big stickbaits like the Zara Spook. It loads easily, it is extremely lightweight, and it has more than enough power to handle big fish.  For the salmon fishery, Hover fishing is the presentation of eggs just off the bottom right in front of the fish's mouth. The tip needs to be very light to notice a salmon pinch down the presented bait. But the blank must also have power for an angry 40-pound chinook. What makes this rod unique is an incredibly light tip and a powerful backbone all the way throughout.

Salmon/Steel/UL

BWC SAR 1235-2

$379.00

length: 12'3" line: 10-20lb lure: 1/2-5oz pieces: 2 type: Salmon Cast action: Ex-Fast power: Med Heavy add'l info:

Salmon/Steel/UL

BWC StR 1004-2

$379.00

length:10'0″ line: 6-17lb lure: 1/4-1/2oz pieces: 2 type: Steelhead Cast action: Ex-Fast power: Medium add'l info:

$379.00

The finesse technique of dropshotting is exceptionally effective for the most finicky fish. This rod was initially intended for the dropshot technique, but has expanded to Ned Rigs, Shaky Heads, Finesse Swimbaits, and Neko Rigs. When light tackle and graceful presentations are the name of the game – our dropshot rods answer the call. The tip of the rod is very light for setting the hook with lightwire hooks and with a couple of quick turns of the reel, the rod takes care of the rest.  The carbon fiber grips allow the angler to “see” underwater for the most subtle, finicky bites – leaving nothing to chance.

Salmon/Steel/UL

BWS HSR 760-1

$379.00

Here’s a really good 12-pound test rod for almost any spin situation. Long enough for extended casts, but never cumbersome, the HSR 760 makes an exceptional flats rod for redfish, bonefish and permit as well as its original targets, steelhead and smaller salmon species. A perfect spinner rod for small rivers, it has a magnum-power butt and a quick, light tip that delivers fast, accurate casts and good fish-fighting ability - whether you’re fishing from boat or bank. This rod also makes a nice one-piece rod for schoolie stripers and small bluefish. As new techniques come to light, some rods just shine. If you are twitching for silvers in the Pacific Northwest, the action of the 760 is perfect for picking up jigs.

Salmon/Steel/UL

BWS HSR 7600-1

$379.00

This rod was originally designed to back-troll small lures for steelhead or silver salmon. But because of its extra-fast design, light tip, and powerful butt, it has quickly emerged as the rod of choice for serious walleye anglers fishing spinner/worm rigs. Saltwater flats fisherman also like the light tip for casting soft plastics, jigs or bait to cruising redfish and specks. This is an extremely versatile rod for both fresh and saltwater use and it is surprisingly powerful for its size.