You can get the American Premier Nite Sticks from our BOC sponsor, Catfish Connection at an unbeatable price, lots of models to choose from. Catfish Connection caters to us catfisherman and stocks many items you will never find at your local tackle shop and their prices are great. There is a link to Catfish Connection at the top of the page. Abu
I bought 4 of the 7' PacHawk Nite Sticks 3 or 4 years ago when they first became available. They have held up very well. flexible enough for small cats and tough enough for the big ones. Mine are loaded with guides. The white blanks are good at night too.
Abu, I couldn't say enough good things about this rod! I'll never buy another brand rod for cat fishing. Only thing that might change is buying the Nite Stick Pro's with the cork handles. I'm partial to cork, it's easier to hold if it gets cold or the handle gets wet.
ya. these are great for the cash. i have several. i have two 8'ers with abu6500's a 9' with a penn 210 2 7' one with a penn #9 and one with a 5500. a couple 8 spinning. just traded a 9' with a penn roddy reel for a delta diamond tool box.
cat connection sells the 8' rod with 8 guides + tip for $19.75. great price. i seen in my boat the 24# 8 oz flathead in my profile caught on the ohio by a 8' american premier on a penn perless #9 and ive caught several 10-13 # channels on then. just caught 2 last night at about 1#. so ya they are even sensitive enough for the small ones.
I have a 9' nitestick on the way, gonna put a penn209 or 309 on it, I haven't decided which reel yet. I have a 209 on an Ugly Stick Tiger, and I'm still learning baitcasters, I'm very happy with the 209 and thinking I oughta have 30# line on at least one of my poles.
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