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Eagle Claw

Eagle Claw StarFire Downrigger and Dipsy Rod

Item#: F10376

27 reviews
$39.99

Eagle Claw StarFire Downrigger and Diver Rods are designed specifically for the Great Lakes. With their specialty actions, durable blanks and quality components, these rods are sure to outshine the competition. Specialized Great Lakes actions Durable fiberglass blanks (yellow with blue guide wraps) Stainle… Read More

Eagle Claw StarFire Downrigger and Diver Rods are designed specifically for the Great Lakes. With their specialty actions, durable blanks and quality components, these rods are sure to outshine the competition.


  • Specialized Great Lakes actions
  • Durable fiberglass blanks (yellow with blue guide wraps)
  • Stainless steel guides with ceramic inserts
  • Downlocking graphite reel seats with stainless steel hoods

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        SF400A-8'6

        Item #: 101968

        Model: SF400A-8'6

        $39.99

        20+ In Stock

        • Length

          8' 6"

        • Line Weight

          8 - 20 lbs.

        • Power

          Med. Heavy

        • Type

          Trolling/Downrigger

        • Pieces

          2

        SF403-10

        Item #: 101969

        Model: SF403-10

        $39.99

        20+ In Stock

        • Length

          10' 0"

        • Line Weight

          15 - 25 lbs.

        • Power

          Medium

        • Type

          Diver/Trolling

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          2

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        27 Reviews
        • 5

          Great for the money

          Posted by Chris on July 11, 2022

          Good affordable trolling rod. Added 4 to my collection.

          Good affordable trolling rod. Added 4 to my collection.

        • 5

          Great feel.

          Posted by Kevin on March 6, 2022

          Really like the look and feel of these rods. Can't wait for ice out to put them to work.

          Really like the look and feel of these rods. Can't wait for ice out to put them to work.

        • 5

          Good all around rod.

          Posted by Ron on December 2, 2020

          Bought one a year ago @ Indian Hill after breaking another brand while fishing on Moosehead lake for salmon in Greenville Maine. Decided to buy a second one in 2020; and found that Fishuse had a bette… Read More

          Bought one a year ago @ Indian Hill after breaking another brand while fishing on Moosehead lake for salmon in Greenville Maine. Decided to buy a second one in 2020; and found that Fishuse had a better price; however they were out of stock. They notified me when they were back in stock; at which time I purchased another 8'6" eagle claw starfire downrigger rod. I haven't use it yet, but sure it will perform as well as the first one I bought.

        • 5

          10' Star Fire works for me on the Great Lakes!

          Posted by iron eye on July 18, 2020

          I use these rods for salmon fishing on the great lakes with downriggers. The 10' length and medium action is a perfect combination that provides the shock absorption needed when fishing salmon. S… Read More

          I use these rods for salmon fishing on the great lakes with downriggers. The 10' length and medium action is a perfect combination that provides the shock absorption needed when fishing salmon. Salmon can go ballistic when brought alongside the boat and the rods absorb the last powerful lunges while netting the fish. I'm on somewhat of a budget so I combine the Star Fire with Okuma's Magda Pro reels which has proven to be a perfect combo. I know these rods are advertised as dipsey rods, but I prefer a stiffer/Fast Action rod that has more back bone for the load that the dipsey's and slide divers put on a rod while trolling.

        • 1

          What a mistake

          Posted by The DJ on June 12, 2019

          Had 8 rods that were used over the past 20 years. They are worn out and time for replacements. The new plastic handles are slippery, two of 3 broke before they were 6 months old. Disappointing isn… Read More

          Had 8 rods that were used over the past 20 years. They are worn out and time for replacements. The new plastic handles are slippery, two of 3 broke before they were 6 months old. Disappointing isn't even the word for it. One of the rods I lifted from the rod holder and the two pieces came apart, almost every time. Wouldn't that be great with a fish on GGGRRRrrr. I guess like a lot of manufacturers, being made over seas. Threw them away because eagle claw wanted a handling / postage fee to return them under warranty. Lesson learned. I went to Daiwa and been very happy. I have 6 light weight trolling rods I use on the finger lakes here in central New York and have never had a problem with them.