Power Plus rods

Discussion in 'Fishing Rod Review' started by Ohio_River_Rat, Dec 27, 2005.

  1. Ohio_River_Rat

    Ohio_River_Rat New Member

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    river_rat_42's computer is down so he asked me to post this for him:

    Bass Pro has PowerPlus rods for catfishin. I'd like to give them a try but i haven't heard about them. Anyone know anything about them?
     
  2. Chanellocked

    Chanellocked New Member

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    I got 2 of them, 1 with a Penn 209 and 1 with Penn 309, I like them both and they don't dent your wallet to bad either :thumbsup:
     

  3. alands94

    alands94 Active Member

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    I've been using the 7'6" flipping stick for almost 10 years now - no complaints!
     
  4. Blue Bruiser

    Blue Bruiser New Member

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    Just got around to reading this post. Well seing as how I like to test everything bass pro produces. (*my wife works there so I can save some cash*) Let me say first hand, if you are chasin BIG cats, lend that Power Plus to your brother who does more Bass fishing than cattin. Also I didn't know that they produced the Power Plus Rods 10 years ago. Anyway, They absolutely, positively, SUCK A D@#K for big cattin. I have the pieces of the 5, yes I said 5, that broke while trying to land Big Blues within the last 14 months. The CatMaxx rods on the other hand, are the S*!t!!!!!! They Kick A$$...... I use nothing else. Was a die hard Tiger guy and will never use a Tiger again.
     
  5. Ohio_River_Rat

    Ohio_River_Rat New Member

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    I agree about those catmaxx rods i got a 10' catmaxx and really like it
     
  6. Itch2Scratch

    Itch2Scratch New Member

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    I don't know what they are like now but I bought a bunch awhile back and none of them fit together properly and it was hard to get reels to fit on them straight.