Eagle Claw Water Eagle Casting Rods

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Eagle Claw Water Eagle Casting Rods -
Fish big water for large fish? From riverbank catfishing to launching large baits into the surf, there's a Water Eagle casting rod to optimize your performance. And because Eagle Claw worked hard to keep costs low, you can affordably fish multiple rods. Tough, lightweight graphite composite construction will hold up under heavy abuse and effectively transfer vibrations to your hand. The ceramic guides are durable and pay out line smoothly. Graphite reel seats keep weight to a minimum, and you'll fish comfortably all day with the EVA foam/cork grips.
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Positive Reviews:

Perfect for Baitcasting into Surf

I mounted an Ambassadeur 6600C3 on my 10' and it works like a champ casting into the surf. Using 17# line I can launch bait 110+ yards, well over the sand bar where the big fish hang out. The rod is well-balanced, easy casting, has great, smooth eyelets, and is easy to stow away for the long drive to the beach.
taterjoel at Cabelas on 04/14/2012

An Attractive and Effective Fishing Rod!

Great fishing rod! One of my favorite big fish rods in my arsenal. I used this rod for the first time catching 5-10 lb channel cats on the Mississippi River. I highly recommend this fishing rod to handle the big bites in a good currant.
SBloomer at Cabelas on 04/10/2012

Good for heavier line

These are inexpensive rods which can handle big fish. They work very well with lead core and copper wire.
macksnap at Cabelas on 10/16/2012

Neutral Reviews:

Needs sturdier fixtures

I like the feel and performance of the 10-ft rod but the fixtures don’t appear to be very durable.The porcelain in the tip fell out during its first use paddlefishing at Intake, Montana. Frustrating because I didn't have a spare rod. It's fixable or returnable if I don't need the receipt. It also needs a sturdier threaded reel seat ring. I used tape for stability. I recommend the rod with reservations. It is inexpensive but needs a little home-engineering to keep it together.
MTgundog at Cabelas on 05/31/2012