The Dobyns Fury Series

FR 703SF

Length: 7'0"

Price: $119.99

Primary Techniques: Jigs / Senkos / Shaky Heads / Texas Rigs

Secondary Techniques: Heavy Drop Shot / Wacky Rigs

FR 703SF

Description:

7′ 1pc. 8-17lb, 3/16-5/8oz, Medium Fast Action

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by Ryan Perrey on Dobyns Rods
Great multi-purpose rod!!

It's a great rod. Very light and balanced. It's held up really well. It's a perfect for weightless and tx. rigged plastic baits, sencos, shakey heads. I fished some baits as light as 1/10th oz ned rigs, spy baits with ease. I really like the new look. For the price, it can not be beat.

by Bo Brauer on Dobyns Rods
Finesse!

Got this rod at the beginning of the year and love it! I was not a huge fan of trying to finesse fish for those finicky bass but after I got this rod I threw senkos on wacky rigs and drop shots all the time. It's super sensitive picking up every knock and nibble. The page says drop shot is a secondary technique but I believe it is even light enough to be a primary technique. It landed me my personal best bass out of Minnesota over six pounds from drop shotting rocks in 15 ft. of water. Can't wait to use this rod next season and I would recommend this rod along with the 702SF to anyone who wants to improve there finesse techniques!

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by Ryan Perrey on Dobyns Rods
Great multi-purpose rod!!

It's a great rod. Very light and balanced. It's held up really well. It's a perfect for weightless and tx. rigged plastic baits, sencos, shakey heads. I fished some baits as light as 1/10th oz ned rigs, spy baits with ease. I really like the new look. For the price, it can not be beat.

by Bo Brauer on Dobyns Rods
Finesse!

Got this rod at the beginning of the year and love it! I was not a huge fan of trying to finesse fish for those finicky bass but after I got this rod I threw senkos on wacky rigs and drop shots all the time. It's super sensitive picking up every knock and nibble. The page says drop shot is a secondary technique but I believe it is even light enough to be a primary technique. It landed me my personal best bass out of Minnesota over six pounds from drop shotting rocks in 15 ft. of water. Can't wait to use this rod next season and I would recommend this rod along with the 702SF to anyone who wants to improve there finesse techniques!