13 Fishing Tickle Stick Ice Rod
The 13 Fishing Tickle Stick Ice Rod sets a whole new standard in ice fishing. This rod increases your ability to react to a strike, both visually and by touch. The Parallel Composite Construction (PC2) allows for a completely flat tip that is stronger and more sensitive for improved strike detection. The added rigidity from the flat tip prevents the rod from rolling over, which results in perfect hook-sets every time. The ALPS thin wire guides are strong, without adding weight to the rod. The Evolve reel seat and cork handles aid in sensitivity and comfort. The Tickle Stick is sure to become your favorite ice rod this winter.
- PC2 flat tip blank construction
- Hi-Vis tip
- Evolve Finesse reel seat
- ALPS thin-wire guides
Ratings & Reviews
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I run 2 UL, and 2 ML. Outside of running a real heavy aggressive bait tactic, these rods were my go to last season. I have had zero issues with them and in the right hands they are unbelievable. The only issues i have had, has been with a real light upward crappie bite, i run a 2 gram tungsten jig and watch for the relief on the rod, any less then that weight on the UL your better off using a standard with a true blue spring bobber setup. If your using jigging raps, slab raps, ripping raps or even a chubby darter probably not the best rod since its soft tip doesn't preform well with those type of baits. Spoons, jigs, buckshots, its amazing. That flat tip is such a tall tail sign of whats going on in connection with your flasher, i love it.
Best panfish rod ever
by Zach Neu
This is my absolute most favorite ice rod I use it way more than my custom $100 ice rod and can detect the lightest bites I would recommend the UL for anyone unless just using 1/32 or 1/64 jigs I cannot say enough great this about this outstanding rod I would recommend pairing it with an inline reel
UL tickle stick
This rod senses everything. Great for detecting bottom and lift bait just off it. Really helps when the flasher dies. I use a 1/32 oz tungsten / 4mm jigs. Have not used spoons with it. Caught crappie, bluegill and small mouth on it. Nothing over 4lbs. This is my goto rod. Would prefer 27" length over 23"