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Live on the Wild side with the Shakespeare® Wild Series. Shakespeare is excited to bring you this premium line of species specific combos. With rod actions tailored for TROLLING the Wild Series combos deliver great quality giving you every chance to land the next state record.
Tubular composite one-piece and telescopic blanks
Stainless steel guides and inserts
Reel features rugged one-piece graphite frame and side covers
Wild Series Trolling Combo is rated
2.5 out of
Rated 3 out of
Not toooo badThis is a good looking rod... but after 6 hours a fishing it gets heavy in your hands... Also would like to have a mute button on the reel... It gets pretty annoying... Besides that it's a decent rod.
Date published: 2015-12-30
Rated 5 out of
Gurdy Burt from
Have two pleased with both.I bought two of these a few years ago from a fleet supply store in town. One for trolling lead core line one for flat lining crank baits. Primarily for fishing walleye. For the money these have been outstanding rods. I have used these for lake trout, rainbow, and walleye and never encountered an issue. I have a larger model for the lead core and a smaller one for trolling cranks. If you need a good trolling rod for moderate use these are a good rod.
Date published: 2019-03-27
Rated 1 out of
Not happy at all I returned the merchandise 3 weeks ago you have yet to credit my account back although you were quick to take the money out of my acct
Date published: 2020-05-14
Rated 1 out of
broke above first eyeHad a salmon on and was fighting it when the pole snapped right above the first eye.Only used rod a few times.