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$245.00 $220.50

This spinning version of our 7 foot, 20-pound stand-up rod is terrific for school-size yellowfin, bluefin and dolphin (dorado), and it has plenty of lifting power to handle sailfish or small marlin.

$275.00 $247.50

A 7 ½-foot rod rated for 30-pound test line, but don't be fooled - it has enough stopping power for tarpon, large catfish and small grouper.

$245.00 $220.50

A good choice for fishing light to medium jigs and worms, as well as medium to large spinnerbaits. The MBR 703 was designed to fish bass, northerns, walleyes and even lake trout in certain applications. But it also makes a very nice light saltwater rod for snook, redfish and specks. It is powerful, with a light tip, which allows for a good hook set, and still has enough power to move fish away from heavy cover, without feeling too stiff. An excellent choice for spoon jigs, large crankbaits and “slug-o” type baits, this may be the most versatile rod in our entire line.

$245.00 $220.50

This is a fast-action 4-power rod, making it a good choice for most jigging applications. This includes shallow-water pitching, deep-water jigging, plastic worms and slow-rolling oversize spinnerbaits. The MBR 704 was designed for largemouth bass, but it doubles nicely for big northerns and light-duty muskie fishing. The tip is stiff, with a magnum butt for moving large fish in heavy cover. It excels in brushy, tree-choked areas where you need a powerful rod to get the fish to the boat. It is also the perfect choice for fishing heavy jigs or large plastic worms in deep water where “feel” is paramount, and for heavy duty spoon-jigging, where your ability to set the hook in deep water is especially important. 

$245.00 $220.50

Welcome to the “mega” jig rod in the Mag Bass series. When you pitch into a small, brushy opening, you have to pull the fish out of that same hole. There is no getting around it. And when those fish are 5-pound-plus largemouth, your rod has better be stout. Largemouth, especially big ones, may not have the stamina to last in a long fight, but you will not find a fish that pulls harder for 30 or 40 seconds - especially in heavy cover. It requires a rod with plenty of backbone. One that is light enough to use all day, yet that quickly reacts with authority. That is exactly where the MBR 705 comes in. It has a magnum fast taper with an extra-strong tip, which means when you move the rod, the fish comes with it. It is as simple as that. This is also a very good choice for peacock bass. 

Salmon/Steel/UL

FSS StR 7111-1

$245.00 $220.50

length:7'11″ line: 4-8lb lure: 1/16-3/8oz pieces: 1 type: Steelhead Spin action: Slow power: Ultra Light add'l info:

Salmon/Steel/UL

FSS StR 741-1

$245.00 $220.50

llength:7'4″ line: 4-8lb lure: 1/16-3/8oz pieces: 1 type: Steelhead Spin action: Slow power: Ultra Light add'l info:

SilverWidow

SWC MBR 7108-1

$495.00

The MBR 7108 is an amazingly versatile rod. Despite the power behind this rod, the tip is softer than other heavy rods, making it flexible enough to cast Carolina rigs or jigs. Anglers also use it with great success slow rolling oversized spinnerbaits, pitching jigs, and muscling largemouth out of deep-water weedbeds. Muskie fisherman use it for big bucktail spinners. Salmon anglers backbounce bait with it. And the saltwater crowd even uses it for tarpon and large snook. All in all, it is an excellent fishing tool; its only limit may be the lack of time you have to chase after all those different species. 

SilverWidow

SWC MBR 7109-1

$495.00

The MBR 7109 is an amazingly versatile rod. Despite the power behind this rod, the tip is softer than other heavy rods, making it flexible enough to cast Carolina rigs or jigs. Anglers also use it with great success slow rolling oversized spinnerbaits, pitching jigs, and muscling largemouth out of deep-water weedbeds. Muskie fisherman use it for big bucktail spinners. Salmon anglers backbounce bait with it. And the saltwater crowd even uses it for tarpon and large snook. All in all, it is an excellent fishing tool; its only limit may be the lack of time you have to chase after all those different species. 

SilverWidow

SWC SJR 732-1

$495.00

The SJR 732 has a fast taper for long-range casts and the perfect blend of power and feel for deep-water jigging. When you sweep the rod, a lot of line moves - and that makes it a good choice for heavy-duty split shotting and light-duty Carolina rigs. It makes an excellent buzzbait rod and the 7’3” length aids in ripping minnow baits over deep-water humps and points. What’s more, it handles wind and larger baits equally well. Saltwater anglers, meanwhile, will like its powerful, fast action for shallow water applications where cover is sparse but the fish make long, powerful runs.