The length of a Flipping Stick allows the angler to "swing" lures around into heavy cover so that they enter the water softly. And because they allow a vertical presentation, your lure drops straight to the bottom-unlike a lure that's cast and falls toward the angler, missing those important perimeter zones.
Often times, the real test isn't hooking fish, it's getting those fish out of the space you just flipped your lure into. You need a rod that can move fish quickly. These rods are built with a fast taper, and will do just that. The butt section collapses into the handle for easy storage.
FSR904X (IMX) - This is the original flipping stick, and it's an amazingly versatile rod considering the stiffness. The tip of this model is slightly softer than the other flipping sticks, making it flexible enough to cast Carolina rigs or big jigs. Anglers also use it with great success muscling largemouths out of deep-water weedbeds. It's an excellent power-fishing tool.