|Freshwater and Saltwater
|Backcountry and Flats
|316 Stainless Steel, ABS Plastic, and Carbon Fiber
The best push pole on the planet just got better. Now available in 3 lengths: 19, 21 and 23-foot.
100% Carbon Fiber push pole. The construction of the MHX push pole is a combination of uni-directional and off-axis Carbon fibers which gives you the greatest amount of power in the push but maintains excellent hoop strength during load.
This pole weighs in at under 5 lbs. when fully assembled and comes complete with ABS Composite fork, tip and 316 Stainless replaceable point.
Assembly requires 2-part marine-grade epoxy glue (sold separately). Purchase an epoxy glue kit here.
How to Assemble the MHX Push Pole
Picked up the 21ft pole for my 17ft SpyderFX17. Assembly was easy. Just note which way the fibers on the surface of the pole sections run. One direction is smooth and one direction is rough. Pole is super light and has the right amount of flex. Highly recommend… Capt Dan Savannah GA
I ordered the MHX. Used the video for construction and assembled without any problems. Light and easy to use. Have to have my push-pole.
Super easy assembly, lightweight, plenty stiff but not too stiff.
highly recommend it.
Excellent push pole. Strong, light weight, good grip. Highly recommend!
When I needed a new push pole it was difficult to pass up this MHX pole. I am coming from a Stiffy Guide and cringed at the thought of dropping another $1400 when this was a possibility at less than $500. For reference, we probably pole our skiff more than we're under power, so a good pole is crucial. Having said that, I wasn't expecting the same or even similar performance and I couldn't be happier to say that this pole is lighter and stiffer than the Guide. I'm so happy with it, that as long as it holds up, this MHX pole will be my go to going forward, Kudos to MudHole for providing such a good value. I couldn't be happier. If you're considering this and comparing it to a +$1000 pole, don't hesitate - you'll get everything that you want and need and save $500 - $1000.
For reference, I am poling an 18' skiff mainly for tarpon and have been using this MHX for about a month in and around Tampa Bay and the Keys.