IKOS Hammer 7 - 7', Heavy, Fast Casting

Everyone needs a 7′ heavy, fast action fishing rod, right? The Hammer 7 boasts a fast tip that allows excellent bait presentation and backbone that can deliver those eye-crossing hooksets you love to show off with. Hammer down and add this powerhouse to your arsenal!
  • Line: 12 - 25#
  • Lure: 1/2 - 1 1/2 oz
  • Length: 7'
  • Power: Heavy
  • Action: Fast
  • Average Rod Weight: 4.4 oz
  • Handle Length: 10" (End of butt to rear of reel seat)
  • Number of Guides: 10
  • UPGRADE with trimmed reel seat threads
  • UPGRADE on cork
  • UPGRADED blackout reel seat hood nut
  • Now featuring Neon Green accents and blacked-out features

    Customer Reviews

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    L.T.
    Another Home Run!

    Just received my Hammer 7 today for flipping soft plastics. Took it out of the tube, put a reel on and tied up a weight and flipping with a Rage menace and walked over to the pond for a test. Got two bites, set the hook and both came flying out of the water. I flip a lot. I am very particular about my swim jig rods and flipping rods. I have both the Hammer & and the Toadface. ALX is by far in the top 3 rod makers in the world. I am so impressed with Hammer 7 I will be ordering either another one or the 7'3 Hammer for frog fishing. I am becoming an ALX rod addict. If you are debating or having reservations, trust me, I did too, but I took a chance and so should you.

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    C.S.
    Awesome flipping stick for a Co angler and a great spinner bait rod!

    I fish the Bassmaster Eastern Opens as a Co Angler and I absolutely love the Hammer 7 for flipping docks out of the back of the boat! I normally flip with the Hammer 73 when I'm up front on the trolling motor but being a Co angler, naturally I never get the best angles to get my jig under the dock or bush and having a 7'3" rod it felt like my rod was getting in the way because it was a hair too long so i dropped down to a Hammer 7 and that was the ticket. The shorter rod let me be more accurate and gave me a little more wiggle room between me and the dock while still being super sensitive, light weight, and having a great parabolic bend just like the Hammer 73 which I love so much. The Hammer 7 also makes for an awesome spinner bait rod too! I always have one or the other tied on to a Hammer 7 every time I hit the water!

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    J.h.
    Hammer 7 review

    This was my first alx rod that I purchased from Alex at a trade show. I told him that I wanted a rod that I could fish large creature baits on 3/8 oz and above weights. This rod has been my go to flipping rod since I bought it. I fish mostly river system so I needed something strong to horse those fish away from cover. This rod is incredibly strong and sensitive. I have been able to horse fish off cypress trees from under laydowns and had no problems. I have a pretty hard hook set and this rod withstands it day in day out. I have caught several fish over 5lbs with my hammer 7 since I bought it. This to me is the perfect close quarters flipping rod. If you are flipping cypress trees or docks or anything in a river system where your dealing with current and close quarters then this is the flipping rod for you.

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    A.P.
    Amazing

    Super sensitive quick to the backbone and for the price. Can’t beat it

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    J.h.
    Lives up to its name

    This is my first alx rod. And oh boy I don’t think itl be my last. The hammer 7 truley lives up to its name. Very light weight strong backbone and very sensitive. It withstood all my hard hooksets I put it through today. I recommend this rod for any serious flip/pitch and worm fisherman like myself.

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