I decided to tackle the bad weather yesterday to see if I could get some fish. I tried out the New 7ft Berkley Cherrywood HD rod. I admit that the weather got the best of my day but still managed to land 2 small leeries. I as a Berkley believer am once again really impressed with the light weight, comfortable cork grip and very smooth guides for easy casting. I'd definitely recommend this medium spinning rod as a must have for any Lighttackle angler.
Lightning Rod Shocks come in casting and spinning models in a range of actions and lengths, from the 6-foot 6-inch SHS661M rated for 8- to 15-pound-test braid, to a 7-foot 6-incher (SCH701MH) rated for 30- to 65-pound-test braid. Berkley Cherrywood rods retail for $25 to $30 and range from a 4-foot 6-inch ultralight spinning model (CWD461ULS) rated for 1- to 4-pound-test line to a medium-heavy 7-foot casting rod (CWD461ULS) rated for 10- to 20-pound test.
I just so happen to know a really great guy that just blew his allowance on a kayak a few weeks ago that would gladly accept some hand-me-down Ugly Sticks if they are no longer wanted. They would be well taken care of and have 2 friends on the rack with 3 empty spaces for them to hangout when they arent getting bent!
I wouldn't suggest Berkeley Cherrywood rods, thats how 2 of the 3 empty spots on the rack opened up
I know what you’re thinking. Sure, anyone can go by the cheapy Tournament Choice or Cherrywood spinning rods for $25 to $40 but those aren’t the ones we are talking about.
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