Meet the rod designed specifically for all lipless crankbaits, The ICON Rattle Trap Rod, iRT75MHMF. This rod was designed with versatility in mind. From 3/8 oz to 1 ¾ oz lipless crankbaits, skinny water to deep water, from rock points to grass, this 7’5” rod ticks all the boxes. The extra length allows for bombing casts and it also allows the angler to keep pressure on the fish while bringing them back to the boat. There’s no doubt that this rod will stay on your boat deck all season long!
The ICON Spinnerbait rod is the ultimate choice for anglers seeking precision and power! Handcrafted in Sanford, NC, with unwavering dedication and expertise, this rod is a testament to Cashion’s commitment to delivering top-tier performance on the water. The 7’2” fast, medium-heavy blank is ideal for throwing a variety of spinnerbaits from 3/8 – 3/4 oz. It is built on the CR6r, Cashion’s lightest weight blank, which will cut down on fatigue when making cast after cast. The signature handmade carbon fiber / fiberglass grips will hold up to the use and abuse that any angler can expect to put their spinnerbait rod through. Increase your hookup ratios and keep your fish pegged with the Cashion ICON Spinnerbait rod.
The Cashion ICON Inshore Series was designed on the sounds, rivers, and flats from Texas to New England. The Cashion ICON blanks are designed and built at Cashion’s Manufacturing facility in Sanford, NC. The ICON blanks are rolled from Cashion’s proprietary Carbon-Fiber pre-preg with a raw finish. The Cashion ICON blanks are incredibly sensitive and light-weight. The raw finished blanks have a high-end look and provide extra durability. The blank actions are exactly what you want for throwing artificial shrimp, jig heads, popping corks, slip bobbers, topwater, live-baiting, or soaking dead baits. The ICON Inshore Casting Rod is designed with a high-quality American Tackle graphite Reel Seat, and size #4 micro-guides, which gives you unheard of sensitivity and control. It also features a new cut down reel seat with less threads to maximize your comfort and minimize weight.
The Cashion ICON Inshore series was designed on the sounds, rivers, and flats from Texas to New England. The Cashion ICON blanks are designed and built at Cashion’s Manufacturing facility in Sanford, NC. The ICON blanks are rolled from Cashion’s proprietary Carbon-Fiber pre-preg with a raw finish. The Cashion ICON blanks are incredibly sensitive and light-weight. The raw finished blanks have a high-end look and provide extra durability. The blank actions are exactly what you want for throwing artificial shrimp, jig heads, popping corks, slip bobbers, topwater, live-baiting, or soaking dead baits. The ergonomic American Tackle VSS style reel seat and foregrip provide all day comfort without sacrificing sensitivity.
The John Crews ICON Deep Cranking rod provides the perfect parabolic bend that aids in longer casts and better hooksets. That six pounder will not come off due to the constant tension and contact you will have all the way to the boat. This 7’10” Mod – Fast rod will be perfect for helping you feel those stumps and rocks, which will have your hear racing when you set the hook.
Kayak Chattergrass Fishing Rod – The CK Chattergrass has an action like no other blank Cashion has made. The tip loads very fast and cast like a dream, but the tip is approximately 18” and then it turns to solid backbone. The Chattergrass kayak fishing rod excels fishing around grass. The tip doesn’t require a huge motion for casting because it loads so fast and the tip is soft enough to allow maximum action on your favorite Chatterbait to dart in and out of cover or grass. The backbone paired with the tip allows for popping baits loose from grass and gives the bait a great action when popping loose or ripping out.
Kayak Flipping Fishing Rod Design – Is anything better than a great flipping bite? Pitching your creature bait into the perfect cover and feeling that thud, then hammering a hook set and powering a big girl out of cover. There is a lot that makes that successful. First, you need the best fishing rod for flipping. At Cashion we are so proud of the Kayak Flipping fishing rod. Cashion has always made a great flipping rod and now we designed one specifically for kayak fishing. Flipping combines all the great attributes of a Cashion rod, sensitivity, power, and comfort.
Kayak Cranking Fishing Rod Design – Cashion has designed the perfect cranking rod for kayak fishing. With a single rod you can pound the bank throwing to structure with a square bill, cast against a rip-rap bank with a wiggle wart, or pull off a point and hit a stump in 12’ of water. The parabolic action of the Cashion Kayak fishing rod has to be experienced. The kayak cranking blank loads great for casting plugs for accuracy or distance. The parabolic action will assist on hook up and prevent from pulling hooks out of the fishes mouth. The action of the kayak cranking rod allows the fish to engulf crankbaits providing the best opportunity for a solid hook up.
Kayak Spinning Rod Design – Everything starts with the carbon fiber fishing rod blank. Cashion designed ALL NEW blank actions specifically for the CK kayak fishing rod series. New blanks were necessary to ensure the rods were perfect for kayak fishing. The new kayak spinning rod blank is 7’2” with a reinforced tip that is fast loading but very responsive. The reinforced tip in combination with the Medium Heavy backbone allow for lighting fast energy transfer on hook set. Responsive hook sets are necessary on a kayak because the boat is usually not stationary and will drift with current, wind, or pulled toward your hook set.
Kayak Worm/Jig Fishing Rod Design – Sensitivity, balance, and power are the first things you will notice about the Cashion Kayak Worm Fishing Rod. Worm and jig fishing are techniques that demand balance in a fishing rod. When you fish a Texas-rigged worm, jig, Carolina-rig, football head, etc you always point the rod tip up. The Cashion Kayak Worm Fishing Rod is counter-balanced so it perfectly balances with a reel to slightly raise the tip up. You can’t afford to fight a tip heavy worm rod all day.