Daiwa Triforce Shorty spinning rods are perfect for ice fishing, or for fishing anywhere conditions are tight. These 3' rods feature a high quality graphite blank with through the handle construction, natural cork handle, and protective foam butt cap and grip check.
Features of the Daiwa Triforce Shorty spinning rods include:
looks like what I have been looking for for big lake trout through the ice at bear lake in south eastern idaho. I've got to wait for it to freeze again. Probably next winter, I'm looking forward to it.
I bought my son a cheap kiddy pole a the local sporting goods a few years ago (as a joke) and although it was a joke we used it to fish the bishop creek area of California and also the local bass ponds. Since then I wondered if there was something of a higher quality to use? I saw these little poles and decided to give it a try.
We don't have ice fishing in California, but we do have creeks and ponds that typically are heavily brushed making the typical length pole fishing a challenge. These shorty poles are perfect for areas like this. They are sturdy enought to haul in nice sized fish, providing much challenge, but also good probablility of landing. But, most importantly they are much easier to use in brushy areas; and they cast very nicely.
I recommend this product for folks looking for somethign short and sweet. I paired it with a Pflueger microspin U for the perfect little fish stick.
Works great! I used it at the gorge fishing for Bourbot and Macks.
I have only used the rods once, however they perfomed exactly as I expected. They have a soft enough tip for medium to larger sized walleye, but are excellent for lake trout. The back bone in them is excellent and when you set the hook you have the confidence that it is buried in the fish's mouth. A big selling feature was also the large handle that is the same as a summer spinning rod for more leverage. my only concern is the rods duribility but that will come with time. They seem to be built to last