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ZOLO Toadface - 7'2", Medium Heavy +, Fast Casting

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True to it’s name, the Toadface is an ace at working a variety of toads and frogs over heavy cover. The tip allows you to cast far into cover and then walk, pop, or hop your frog or toad just right. We know frogs are a big fish bait, so we added a little extra power to get them in the boat. This rod design has also given great results with jigs and larger texas rigs and has become very popular for large topwaters and swim jigs.

  • Line: 12 - 20#
  • Lure: 3/8 - 1 1/8 oz
  • Length: 7'2"
  • Power: Medium Heavy +
  • Action: Fast
  • Average Rod Weight: 4.2 oz
  • Handle Length: 10" (End of butt to back of reel seat)
  • Number of Guides: 10

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Jared Kyzer (Donaldson, US)
Toadface

Quality rod, fast shipping to boot. I have only used it a couple times and I think that I am going to really like it. It is very versatile and I think can be used for more than frogging.

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Ryan Madgwick (Livonia, US)
Stunner

This rod is a game changer, as most alx rods have been for me. After spending a year with the zolo mcsmalls and enox psychic it was time to up my bait casting game. This thing has an incredible tip, casts the same frog on the same reel nearly twice as far as my speed stick lite. Sensitivity is out of this world when throwing swim jigs and bottom baits and the tip is forgiving enough for get those hook sets on feisty frogs when you get too excited on the blow up to wait for them to eat it. Can’t say enough good things about alx, 2 days to my porch from ordering, build quality is beautiful and the balance is perfect.

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Mark Tubbs (Hayden, US)
This is the one.

Let me make this simple. Do you fish frogs? This is the rod you need. End of story.

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Kevin L (Miami, US)
Zolo Toadface for pitching light Texas Rigs

Thank you to Alex for taking the time to answer all of my questions - the Toadface is working extremely well for pitching light Texas rigs and finesse style shaky heads in shallow water around heavy grass and medium structure. I didn't really have a clue as to what rod could handle this light of a bait and still have enough backbone to wrangle a decent bass out of shoreline cover. Using it in a it's first tournament this weekend and really looking forward to it.

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GARY WESTBROOK (Swansboro, US)

THE ONLY PROBLEM I HAVE WITH THIS ROD, WHY DID I WAIT SO LONG BEFOR I DECIDED TO PURCHASE IT, ABSOLUTE MASTER PIECE.

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