Frog fishing in the slop....I'm using a heavy action rod with lots of backbone. I don't think a cranking rod will get it done but I guess it depends on how heavy the cover is.
answered 9 months ago
- Rockwall, TX
The Crankin Stick is not designed really for flippin & pitchin or froggin. I wouldn't recommend doing much with it outside of crankbait and spinnerbait fishing. I use a BPS Tourney Special, 7'6"H for my froggin and absolutely love it. Maybe give that one a shot!
the garry loomis is a good rod, but for heavy cover you might need a little more back bone and the cranken stick has that.
This rod is fir cranks not frogs. You need the heavier action for the heavy cover
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answered 11 months ago
- Dexter, MI
In my experience, any of them should do very nicely. It just depends on which one you WANT, really. With the BP rod costing less, that's the one I'd choose, but I come from a long line of old Scots that'd send a haint to haunt me if I spent any $$$ I didn't really need to. Any of them will do fine, but the BP will save you money.
answered 1 year ago
- S.E. Georgia
FOR ME PERSONALLY, I USE THE 7'6'' RETRACTABLE BUTT CRANKIN STICK FOR SALTWATER ONLY, I GOT THE OLDER VERSION THOUGH, THE BLACK & WITH A LITTLE BLUE COLOR, I BELIEVE ITS THE SAME ROD NO MATTER WHAT, BUT MY OVERALL EXPERIENCE HAS BEEN GREAT, STRONG, FAIRLY LITE, SENSITIVE, DURABLE, THE BIGGEST FISH I LANDED WAS A 37 INCH HALIBUT WITH NO PROBLEMS AT ALL.
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answered 1 year, 2 months ago