Valkyrie Spiral Wrapped Rod

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Valkyrie Spiral Wrapped Rod

Postby goldrod » Tue Oct 23, 2018 7:18 am

I'm interested in this stick.. does anyone have it in hand yet?
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Re: Valkyrie Spiral Wrapped Rod

Postby Cristo » Wed Oct 24, 2018 3:36 pm

I'm sure it would be dope I am getting more and more curious about the valkyrie line myself but just can't get over the weights of the rod seems pretty heavy for what they're trying to do I guess it makes sense, but spiral wrapped and double footed guides are the way to go especially with bigger baits! Grab one up and let us know my man :big grin:
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Re: Valkyrie Spiral Wrapped Rod

Postby Polkfish1 » Wed Oct 24, 2018 5:32 pm

goldrod wrote:I'm interested in this stick.. does anyone have it in hand yet?

I just came inside a few minutes ago after fishing 71H spiral the past hour. My initial thoughts are in a thread in enthusiast section. I really like the rod. I’m fishing it primarily in 1-2 ft of water right now in thick semi dead slop on shallow FL lakes. I’m impressed with the sensitivity; there are a lot of dinks shallow and I’ve been fishing under spins with various plastics to frogs. I can feel lite bites by dinks on underspins in 10-15 mph wind current shallow. Powerful rod and am having no trouble placing baits where I want them. Largest fish so far with it was like 3, so have not tested its “monster hunting” prowess yet. Wish it were like a 7.4 though.

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