Clam Corp announces a completely revamped line up of Jason Mitchell rods for the 2013 open water walleye fishing season. With huge support from retailers, walleye anglers will see these rods on all the shelves this year. And with seven out of eight rods boasting a suggested retail of $59.99—surprise and delight await, because these rods look and feel like twice the price. Moreover, they come with an astonishing Lifetime Warranty.

“The key to successful walleye fishing is you have to be versatile with a handful of tactics,” shared Jason Mitchell from North Dakota. “Great rods, yet affordable, the new line allows the use of more specialty rods without sacrificing performance.” Attention to detail is noted throughout the series, including aligning the guides opposite the spine for superior performance.

Quality graphite rod blanks, these rods boast Fuji guides and Eva high-density foam handles. “The lifetime warranty takes the risk away,” continued Mitchell. “Fishermen can load up their rod lockers with the different models and enjoy the flexibility to adjust from trolling to jigging to bottom bouncers. Having the right equipment at your fingertips is the key to making the adjustments needed to catch walleyes.”

Seven of the eight models in the series range from 5’0″ to 8’6″ with the manufacturer’s suggested retail of $59.99. The eighth rod is a 10’6‖ two-piece trolling or casting rod with a manufacturer’s suggested retail price of $69.99.

The variety in the series covers spinning, baitcasting and trolling. The 8’6″ boasts a telescopic feature.

The new Jason Mitchell Pro Walleye Series combines the best actions, rod design and graphite with the best warranty and price in the marketplace. The 6’2″, 6’4″ and 7’0″ rods are ideal jigging and rigging rods. A heavier 7’0″ and a 7’2″ are perfect for live bait rigging and bottom bouncer and spinner applications. The 8’8″ telescopic rod is designed for trolling with inline planer boards. The 5’0″ E-Glass is the perfect pairing for trolling with leadcore and the two-piece 10’6″ spot on for all long-rod trolling applications including leadcore and hardlines.

Image courtesy Clam Outdoors

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