Dock Skipping, Jigs, Texas Rigs
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– November 8, 2020
I can’t rate this rod with enough stars. This length and power in a quality rod is hard to find, and I couldn’t be happier that y’all added this to the XP lineup. The majority of my fishing is done flipping a jig in tight quarters, such as flooded cypress trees on Santee Cooper where you have limbs overhead that you constantly hit with a longer rod when setting the hook or flipping. It’s amazing how much of a difference it makes just taking 2” off of your standard 7′ rod. The other big plus for me is that I am 5′ 8” and the dropping down from the 7′ rod to the 6’10” has eliminated catching the water with the tip of my rod when I’m flipping, which not only screws up your cast, but also can give you a heck of a birds nest.
– December 14, 2020
Bought 2 of the 6’10 rods to fish jigs and shakey heads in deep water. I know the rod is built for dock skipping but man is it great for fishing out deep! The length really lets you work a bait slow in brush piles and points. Plenty of tip to allow you to “glide” baits over rocks and cover. But also plenty of backbone to give a good hook set. Fun rod to fish with. Give one a try!
– December 18, 2020
I live in North Carolina were skipping jigs is something we do a ton of. I have been through rods from most of the top brands looking for the perfect skipping rod. After fishing this rod for a couple of months I can tell you the dc610-4c is it, you want find a better skipping rod then this one. The length and action of this rod is exactly what you need to get a jig to skip into those tight places that other guys can’t get. If you love to skip docks give this rod a shot. You will not be disappointed.
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