Black Line | Dropshot · Finesse
Dropshot · Finesse
- Length: 6' 10"
- Power: Medium
- Action: Extra Fast
- Line: 6 – 14 lbs
- Lure: 1/4 – 5/8 oz
- Rod Weight: 5 oz
- Handle Length: 9.5" (From end of butt to start of reel seat)
- Techniques: Dropshot, Large Neds, Finesse, Neko Rig, Shakey Head, Spybait, Tubes, Small Jerkbaits, Senkos.
Never lose your rod again!
The Yakrods ‘Black Line’ is an industry first with a retention system specifically designed for the kayakers. As kayak anglers ourselves, we’ve felt the heartache of watching our favorite rod slide overboard into the abyss. Quality fishing gear is an investment and we want to help you protect it.
To protect your investment, every rod comes standard with our custom retention system. Included in this is our 3.5 ft. Quiet Tether and NTA endcap to ensure your rod never leaves your side.
Built on a high modulus premium graphite blank, these rods are lightweight, strong, and extremely sensitive. They deliver just the right parabolic bend to keep your tournament-winning monster pegged at the side of your yak. We paired that with the award-winning Microwave Air guides for a truly powerful combo.
We understand that space on a kayak is a premium. That’s why we’ve tuned our rods to offer a shortened handle without sacrificing balance. Our unique retention system doubles as a counter-balance giving you all-day comfort without fatigue. We coupled that with soft-touch technology for a downright luxurious experience.
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Recently purchased this rod with dropshot fishing in mind. It's a great rod for the application and has amazing sensitivity and very comfortable and accurate. Amazing rid in tight quarters allowing me to get cast into areas that are not easy to Get into.
My wife and I have 2 YAK spinning rods. We fitted our poles with light weight spinning reels. The rod has a fantastic grip and is very balanced. We are going to use them for drop shotting lake trout.
For the last few seasons I have exclusively used Batson Rainshadow blanks for all my spinning rods. When I opened this rod up, I questioned my entire line-up. I can't wait to see how this rod handles the dropshot and other tactics this spring!