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03/25/2017 @ 12:29 PM

New Titanium Tip Stick from Beaver Dam

   

For Immediate Release:

New Titanium Tip Stick from Beaver Dam first of its kind!

Includes Built-In titanium “Spring Bobber”

Beaver Dam is known for the best tip up on the planet so it’s no surprise that they enter the ice rod and combo market with guns blazing and tips glowing. The new Titanium Tip Stick is the first rod that comes standard with a built-in, retractable, no memory, titanium spring bobber so anglers can switch from jigging Kastmaster’s for walleyes with the tip recessed, to finessing panfish with the tip extended.

The rod is made of High Modulus carbon fiber and comes with a fitted cork reel seat with built-in rattles that transmit fish-attracting vibrations below the ice. Why go to the fish when you can draw them into to you!

-Three Rods in One!
1- Ultra-light jigging for panfish
2- Retract spring bobber for gamefish
3- Deadsticking

-Available in 23” UL. 26” ML, and 29” M actions
-Available in a combo that includes custom ice-specific spinning reel with three ball-bearings, aluminum spool, size 300.

Hard & Soft Fishing has roots dating back to 1922, when their first brand, Uncle Josh, began manufacturing in Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin. They have grown to represent nearly every tackle category on the market for both ice and open-water fishing. From the Pacific to the Atlantic and all the lakes and rivers in-between, they produce bait and tackle that has been helping anglers catch more fish for decades. Employees don’t simply produce tackle, the use it on the weekends.

www.unclejosh.com

contact: ddurbin@bastdurbin.com or jbast@bastdurbin.com



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