Dobyns Rods Champion XP Flipping

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  • Dobyns Rods Champion XP Flipping
  • Models: 3 Flipping

The Dobyns Champion XP Flipping Rods are the new generation of the popular Champion Series rods featuring 3 models of flippin sticks for bass fishing. The Champion XP Flipping Rods retain the same great features of the previous models, but now come with an upgraded cork handle and premium Fuji guides (previously Kigan). What's not changed, however, are the dialed in actions, premium components and technique specific ratings these rods offer.

The Champion XP Flipping Rods from Dobyns cover the entire spectrum of bass fishing flipping applications. The three models in the series, two 7'6" and one 8' model, feature dialed in actions, lengths and ratings for fishing heavy cover with jigs, punch rigs or plastics. Designed by legendary angler Gary Dobyns, the Champion XP Flipping Rods are made to provide anglers with the highest level of performance for their desired application. The Champion XP Flippin Series displays quality throughout including premium components such as: Fuji tangle-free K-guides with Alconite inserts, Fuji Reel Seats, custom snag free hook holder, a high modulus blank and high quality cork handles.

We offer the Dobyns Champion XP Flipping Rods in all three models: 765FLIP, 766FLIP and 805FLIP/PUNCH.

  • High modulus graphite blanks
  • Zero Tangle Kigan Guides with SIC inserts
  • Fuji graphite reel seats
  • Kevlar wrapping
  • Quality cork handles
  • All Dobyns Champion XP Rods are now covered by a $70 no hassles replacement plan.

Champion XP Flipping Models

Model Length Taper Line Wt. Lure Wt. Technique
7'6" Med/Hvy Flip Fast Action 12-25lb 1/4-2oz Flippin' Stick
7'6" Heavy Flip Fast Action 14-30lb 3/8-2 1/2oz Flippin' Stick
8' Heavy Flip Fast Action 15-30lb 3/8-2 1/2oz Flippin' / Heavy Grass / Punchin'

WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate (DHEP) and lead, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer, and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to