Daiwa Wilderness Trolling Rod
Daiwa Wilderness Trolling Rods are affordable, all-purpose options built with all the features of high-end rods! These rods are perfect for all around trolling, use with planer boards, downriggers and dipsy divers. The handle is made with strong no slip EVA grips, making them durable, yet comfortable to use all day.
- Durable, resilient, fiberglass blanks
- Ceramic insert with shock ring guides
- Round rubber butt cap
- EVA handle
- Convenient hook keeper
- Manufacturer's limited 1-year warranty
Ratings & Reviews
Junk not worth the money. Do not buy.
Save your money and don’t buy this rod. I found out why they are only $19.99. I purchased two, one broke when I was putting line on the reel before I used it. The other broke on the first fish. Then you have the pay for postage to return the junk back to Diawa. I would rate it a 0 but I can’t.
Good for the price
I purchased 6 of these rods and was pleasantly surprised. The low price made me nervous, but they performed well. I only used them to walleye fish so I dont know how they would hold up to downrigger or dipsy use. I lost all 6 in a house fire otherwise I would still be using them.
Best rod for the money
by Cory Delong
Have 10 rods love them
<br>Best rod for the buck
<br>Used them for walleye
by Ken Neuzil
I use these rods on my boat and often fish 10-12 rods at once. Use them for dispy rods and planer board lines. I have had a few rid tips break because I have caught them in the tip- my fault...they are 8 feet long! How can you beat $20 per rod. I have several as spares but have not had to open them. I think they are a great value.
Bought two of them for Raystown striper trolling, used them for river catfish. Been having them for 3 years and no complaints. Great rods for the buck
Great Value and quality
I have been using these rods on Lake Erie for three years now. I have them matched up with Okuma Magda reels for planer boards and Daiwa Great Lakes Series reels for dipsey diver fishing. These rods have performed very well. They have withstood some rough handling and rough seas. I have broken two rod tips but both were from our own fault. I steeped on one in heavy seas and the other was pinched in a door onboard. I would highly recommend these quality rods for trolling hands down. I have 10 planer board rods and six dipsey diver rods. Yes 16 total and they have performed better than ever expected. Things I like about them is the ability to handle big fish , nice line guides and having all the same rods for your lines when fishing allows you to see the tension on all the same rods allowing the slightest difference in pull.