Arachni Series Spinning Rods

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The Arachni rod series launches the SixGill brand firmly into the panfishing world! Ideal for vertical jigging, the series is also ready for a variety of other panfishing methods. The full EVA grips are ideal for spider-rigging or a variety of other load-outs, while the micro guides drastically improve sensitivity, not only while jigging around structure but also while applying other methods. The carbon/fiberglass blend ensures you won't rip your hook out of a hungry crappie's jaws. Get ready to haul some serious slabs out of heavy cover with the Arachni series!


  • Action: Moderate-Fast
  • 2 pc - 24T Japanese Toray Carbon Construction
  • EVA Grip
  • Matte Silver Blank Color
Model Length Weight (oz.) Power Handle length # of Guides Line (lb) Lure Wt
ARAS806ML  8'6"  4.6  ML  9.5"  7 + Tip 6 - 10 1/16 - 3/8oz
ARAS1000ML  10'0"  5.9  ML  9.5"  8 + Tip 6 - 10 1/16 - 3/8oz
ARAS1200ML  12'0"  6.0  ML  11.5"  9 + Tip 6 - 10 1/16 - 3/8oz

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4 Reviews

  • 4

    Published by Randall Vaughn on 10th Aug 2021

    Little stiff

  • 4
    12ft aranchi

    Published by Austin on 11th Oct 2020

    Used this rod a lot for livescope so far and can say it is an excellent rod. Has sensitivity to feel light bites but still swing in larger crappie and use 1/4oz jigs. Over all very happy with purchase. Only reason for 4 stars and not 5. In crappie market there’s comparable rods and lower price points. If bought on BOGO price is negated to be even cheaper than other comparable.

  • 5
    Super light and sensitive

    Published by Justin McIntosh on 8th Oct 2020

    I have the 8'6" 2-piece. It's feather light and very sensitive. Has zero issues detecting a bite from a 4" bluegill. Love it!

  • 5
    Excellent Rod

    Published by Shortbus on 30th Sep 2020

    The light weight and balance of these rods are fantastic. Paired with a Deluge reel the combo comes in at just under 13 ounces before you add line. The 12ft rod allows me to cover more area and move the boat less.