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Bass Pro Shops Bass Pro Shops Bionic Blade XPS Spinning Rod

Engineered for sensitivity, Bass Pro Shops® Bionic Blade™ XPS® Spinning Rods are the first spinning rods to feature our exclusive PowerHump™ Grip—the most comfortable grip in fishing. The Bionic Blade’s 50-million modulus, revolutionary, 4-layer blank is built with our new ArmorCore Technology—a stronger-than-steel aramid fiber core, wrapped with strong, flexible fiberglass, and finished with layers of IM8 and IM7 graphite to make this one of the most powerful, lightweight rods you'll ever fish with. A multi-purpose hook keeper allows you to snug in a dropshot weight, rigged worm, spinnerbait, or crankbait. No more loose hardware! Pacific Bay® Hialoy guide sets are perfectly spaced for virtually friction-free line flow and maximum casting performance and sensitivity. This rod's premium contoured cork handle with full cork butt offers extreme comfort, fatigue resistance and leverage. Once you go Bionic, you'll never go back. PowerHump Grip Multi-purpose hook keeper 50-million modulus Powerwall™ premium 4-layer blank IM8 blank with ArmorCore Technology Pacific Bay Hialoy guides Minimalist cork fore grip Classic full cork butt
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Questions & Answers for Bass Pro Shops Bass Pro Shops Bionic Blade XPS Spinning Rod

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I have the 7' Med Hvy. What is a good reel to use for this rod, in the moderate price range #$80-150#?

asked 1 year, 8 months ago
by
AaronLM
on Bass Pro Shops Bionic Blade XPS Spinning Rod
2 answers
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answer 1
The Pflueger President is my favorite. It's inexpensive, very smooth action, and in my experience of good quality and works on anything from rockies to muskie. I've only used the cheaper Abu Garcia's, but I really like them too.
answered 1 year, 8 months ago
by
Geno71
 - San Diego County
answer 2
We offer this rod with the 1865786
Team Daiwa® Legalis™ Spinning Reels
as a combo, so this reel or one similar would be just fine.
Staff Answer
answered 1 year, 8 months ago
by
BPSResource10
 - Springfield, MO
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How many guides are on the 7' model

asked 1 year, 9 months ago
by
jsalas
 - Redmond, Wa
on Bass Pro Shops Bionic Blade XPS Spinning Rod
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answer 1
The 7' Bionic Blade Rods have 9 guides including the tip.
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answered 1 year, 9 months ago
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BPSResource2
 - Springfield,MO
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