Cabela's Whuppin' Stick Trolling Rods

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Cabela's Whuppin' Stick Trolling Rods -
Big-water trolling can be tough on tackle. So it only made sense to build a series of trolliing rods using the world’s toughest blanks - Cabela’s Whuppin’ Sticks®. These nearly indestructible rods feature fiberglass blanks crafted using advanced polymer technology for strength that no other rod can match. From walleye to salmon, whatever you’re trolling for, there’s a rod in this all-new line built to match any application. The 7MC-2 is outfitted with chrome guides. All others have double-foot casting guides. All models include EVA grips and lightweight graphite reel seats.
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Cabela's Whuppin' Stick Trolling Rods Reviews:


Just what I wanted

I bought this rod specifically for use with a downrigger. I've been using Cabela's Whuppin' Stick rods for several years, including another rod identical to this one, and have loved them. I recently gave the new rod a "test drive" and it passed with flying colors. I like the Whuppin' Stick rods because they're durable, tough, well-built, and have just the right action for what I use them for. The new one has only caught a couple dozen fish so far, but it'll be a mainstay in my rod lineup this year and, I'm sure, for years to come.
Bill2A at Cabelas on 05/29/2013

good lightweight downrigger rod

bought the 8ft light weight trolling rod and it makes a very good downrigger rod for landlocked salmon in lake champlain. Quality seems better than the old wright and mcgill eagle claw rods ot the same weight that are no longer made. Only negatives are rod could use a hook keeper and I don't know what makes them worth 25% more than they cost last year.
cpfish at Cabelas on 02/12/2013

Just what I needed!

I wanted a rod with lots of "back-bone". I got that and a lot more! A sensitive tip and "back-bone" to boot. I found it great for drifting for flounder; I could feel the changes in the bottom and the slightest nibble or bite.
ChesterCatMan at Cabelas on 07/09/2012

Whuppin' good Time

Great trolling/downrigger pole, caught a bunch of humpies this year in the Puget Sound. the 8'6" poles (bought 2) worked great for the 4-8lb salmon. Great flexibility and feel for fightin' the salmon even the bigger Cohos to 20lbs.
WickedWacker at Cabelas on 09/17/2013