MHX X-Composite Crankbait Rod Blanks

MHXSKU: CCB865-MHX
4 reviews

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Specifications

SKU CCB865-MHX
Action Moderate
Butt diameter 0.67 in
Classification Freshwater
Color Gloss Black
Fishing technique Cranking
Length 86 in
Line weight 10-20 lb.
Lure weight 3/8 - 7/8 oz.
Material 38MM Toray Fiber Blend
Pieces 1
Power Med-Heavy
Tip size 7
Weight 3.5 oz

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Warranty Policy

If it is determined that your blank is within the designated warranty period and failed due to a defect in material or workmanship your rod blank will be replaced for the warranty service fee which includes Shipping/handling.

These warranties are limited to the repair or replacement of the rod blank and does not cover rod components.

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4 Reviews

Customer Reviews

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Ron S (Kingston, TN, US)
Great for crankbaits

Great for crankbaits. Strong enough for some big kitties too

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Michael Day (Ormond Beach, FL, US)
Cats meow

I like to wind stuff inshore specifically for flounder..small underspins,d.o.a. cal shads etc...ive built and bought ALOT of rods trying 2 find the magic stik 😉this one is it...it just replaced a dozen or more rods.."PERFECT"💯

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Zane Burt (Paintsville, KY, US)
Crankbait/chatter bait rod

Absolutely love this rod for cranking square bills and medium divers. It loads up perfect and sets the hook for you. Plus it is light compared to s-glass alone.

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Aaron B.
Wish I had 3 more

I started this rod planning on just throwing rattle traps in grass with it, but feels perfect with a flat side crankbait too. Rod feels great with 11 inch cork handle. 9 inch just didn’t feel right on it to me. Would love to have another for a second trap rod, one more for flat side cranking and one more for square bills. I Ended up going with a Fuji pts with hidden thread cork and lzr medium guide kit. First trip out since getting it done was ripping the trap though grass and turned livescope out off the edge of the point and saw 3 big fish out about 25 feet deep right off the point. Dropped the trap to them and then a brisk 20 minutes later landed the 30 plus pound flathead catfish. Rod had plenty of backbone for the fight and enough flex to not straighten out the hooks as well. The rod is exactly what I was looking for. I was really worried it was gonna feel heavy but with the cork full grip I think it really balanced out well.

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