AttaX - Mississipi River Series

AttaX - Mississipi River Series

Regular price$129.99
  • IM7 Graphite
  • 304 Stainless, Semi-Micro Duraloc Guides
  • Woven Graphite Inlay for Added Strength
  • Polymer Grip to Maximize Comfort and Grip
  • Skeleton Reel Seats for Increased Sensitivity

Mississippi River

Denali Rods teamed up with some of the best sticks on the upper Mississippi River with one goal in mind ... develop the perfect set of rods to get it done on the mighty Mississippi.  With extensive testing, numerous modifications, and hours of work the mission is finally complete, and the end result will speak for itself.  So for those of you looking to challenge the waters of the Missisippi River, we've just made your life a whole lot easier


AC683M - Jerkbait Rod - 6' 8" Med Hvy Casting : Jerkbaits can be some of the most difficult lures to cast, especially in the wind.  Tip is also important to make sure the jerkbait has the proper action when twitched.  Too much tip and you have to jerk too much, too stiff and the bait doesn’t work properly.  The parabolic action of this rod also insures you will land a smallmouth or largemouth when hooked on trebles.

AC702F - Shallow Crankin' Rod - 7' Med Casting: Small crankbaits and squarebills rule on the Mississippi River when the fish are on a crank bite.  This is the perfect rod for cranking rip rap or wood.  Many of the small crankbaits are hard to throw on baitcast tackle, but this rod has the perfect parabolic action to easily cast light baits with accuracy for pin point casts.  When you do get that bite, the parabolic action absorbs surges at the boat to make sure that keeper ends up in the boat.

AC723F - Swim Jig Rod - 7' 2" Med Hvy Casting: Unlike, many parts of the country that require a heavy swim jig with a big hook, a lighter swim jigs with a grub or swimbait trailer are best for fishing open water, sand bars or eel grass in the MS River.  This new swim jig rod was designed to allow accurate and long casts of light swim jigs while having the back bone to set the hook and quickly handle big smallies or largemouth. 

AC744F - Open Water Frog Rod - 7' 4" Hvy Casting: The Open Water Frog Rod is a great choice when the fish are on weedlines or flooded cover.  Plenty of tip to allow you to work the frog in open water situations with the best side to side walking action.  Also, great for buzz toads with plenty of back bone to land fish that get into the grass.

AC765F - Flippin Rod - 7' 6" Xtra Hvy Casting: Flipping can be a way to win from April to October on the MS River.  This rod has the backbone to bring 4lbers out of heavy grass, pads or the nastiest laydown in heavy current.  It is great for jigs or lures up to 1/2oz, but excels with lighter weights also that are often the way to win on the River.

AC7105F - Slop Rod - 7' 10" Xtra Hvy Casting: Frog fish in the MS River often bury up in the heaviest cover making a powerful rod key to getting them out.  Coontail covered by lilly pads and duck wart, combined with long casts make it a real challenge to land a good fish on the frog.  This rod has the power you need to wrench fish out.  Also, doubles as a punchin’ rod for big weights.

AS702M - Multipurpose Spinning Rod - 7' Medium: Spinning rods are often secondary choices on the MS River, but certain times of the year require finesse presentations like Neko wacky rigs, drop shots, tubes or Ned rigs.  This spinning rod can do it all with the right action to cast light lures and battle fish in the current.

Meet Our Mississippi River Pros

Dan Mohn

With numerous top 10 finishes and wins on the Mississippi River in various circuits and tournaments, rising star Dan Mohn hold one win and one point championship in the very tough Great Lakes division of BFL.

Dan is know for his top water and jig fishing, whether it’s swimming a jig in the grass or power fishing jigs in rock and wood cover. An all-around skilled angler, he can’t be counted-out when a god frog or crankbait bite is on.

Dan is always a threat to win on the Mississippi River and is one of the top anglers year-in and year-out.

Adam & Scott Crigger

Growing up minutes from pool 13 and 14 of the Mississippi, Adam and Scott Crigger were introduced to bass fishing at a very young age by their parents and spent countless seasons chasing largemouth and smallmouth bass on the river with their family and friends. Their first team tournament was in 2000 in the biggest event held in the area (The CTC Charity Bass Tournament.) In 2004, they began enter multiple team trails and events each year.

With 74 team event wins under their belts, they have over 100 top 5 finishes,
and have earned AOY team trail honors 14 times.

3 CTC Charity Wins
13 Anglers Choice Wins
10 other charity/open wins
15 Gateway Bass Wins
14 TNT Wins
4 Bass World Wins
15 other team trail wins

Bill Gretten

Bill Gretten began fishing the Mississippi River with his dad at eight years old. Over 50 years later, his fascination with the river is as strong as ever. Bill has fished every river pool between St. Paul and St. Louis and enjoyed a 32 year career with the Army Corps of Engineers where he was the Mississippi River Operations Manager.

Bill has won numerous bass tournaments and Angler of the Year titles in various circuits while qualifying for regional and national championships such as the BFL All American.