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#10993651 - 07/22/15 01:13 PM What rods/reels do you have on the deck ready to go at all time?
spy231 Offline
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Registered: 07/03/05
Posts: 75
Loc: Granbury
Im sure this has been asked. If so just post the link.

I am trying to get my arsenal set up. What setups do you have rigged and ready to go when you are out on the lake?

Ex: Shaky head rig, crankbait, jig, chatterbait....etc

If you want to get more detailed and post the exact rod and reel you have for each one feel free. Im just wanting to start building my collection.

Would this be a good start?
These are the TFO series that are getting good reviews.

TFG SSC 664-1 (6'6" Med) Crankbaits, Topwater, and Weightless Plastics

TFG SSC 665-1 (6'6" MH) Spinnerbaits, Buzzbaits, T-rig, and light Jigs

TFG SSC 706-1 (7'Heavy) Carolina Rig and Flippin/Pitchin heavy cover

TFG SSS 664-1 (6'6" Med)Finesse applications i.e. Dropshot, shaky head


Edited by spy231 (07/22/15 01:31 PM)

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#10993676 - 07/22/15 01:28 PM Re: What rods/reels do you have on the deck ready to go at all time? [Re: spy231]
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Its a seasonal for me but, for year round Jig rod and crankbait rod.
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#10993715 - 07/22/15 01:46 PM Re: What rods/reels do you have on the deck ready to go at all time? [Re: spy231]
Ted Martin Offline
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Registered: 07/26/05
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Loc: Dallas, TX
what size boat will you be on? Reason i ask, the rod lengths seem short for the applications, but maybe not if you have limited storage / deck space.

for me, i like 7'6" for C-Rigs and flippin, 7'3-7'4" for draggin' football jigs, 7'-7'2" for T-Rigs, spinnerbaits, chatterbaits, buzzbaits, frogs

7'6 for deep cranks, 7' for most cranks, 6'6 light for really small, lightweight cranks

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#10993722 - 07/22/15 01:49 PM Re: What rods/reels do you have on the deck ready to go at all time? [Re: spy231]
spy231 Offline
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Registered: 07/03/05
Posts: 75
Loc: Granbury
Length is not a problem. I could go bigger.


Edited by spy231 (07/22/15 01:50 PM)

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#10993729 - 07/22/15 01:51 PM Re: What rods/reels do you have on the deck ready to go at all time? [Re: spy231]
RangerBass21 Offline
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Registered: 01/09/15
Posts: 2210
Loc: Plano
Originally Posted By: spy231
Length is not a problem. I could go bigger.


That's what she said
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#10993899 - 07/22/15 03:04 PM Re: What rods/reels do you have on the deck ready to go at all time? [Re: spy231]
stubass Offline
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Loc: Dallas
Walked right into that one. Hah!
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#10993900 - 07/22/15 03:04 PM Re: What rods/reels do you have on the deck ready to go at all time? [Re: spy231]
Ted Martin Offline
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Registered: 07/26/05
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Loc: Dallas, TX
lol. who among us couldn't use an extra 6"? grin

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#10993995 - 07/22/15 03:37 PM Re: What rods/reels do you have on the deck ready to go at all time? [Re: spy231]
spy231 Offline
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Registered: 07/03/05
Posts: 75
Loc: Granbury
I think my wife would divorce me actually.

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#10994006 - 07/22/15 03:44 PM Re: What rods/reels do you have on the deck ready to go at all time? [Re: spy231]
musiclife_7 Online   content
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Loc: Wylie, TX
T-rig flippin stick, Jig stick, Heavy cover flippin stick, weightless senko, C-rig, squarebill, med depth crank, Deep Crank, Spinner bait, frog

Those to start....if I'm starting to pattern something I can use any of those to adjust or pull out another rod....example weightless senko and switch to a fluke...
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#10994063 - 07/22/15 04:13 PM Re: What rods/reels do you have on the deck ready to go at all time? [Re: spy231]
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- Two spinner bait rods. One with my Hank Parker Classic and the other with a deep ledge custom spinner bait that I make.
- One with my Tourn. Spook
- One with a 1/32 pinch weight on the nose of a Watermelon/Red Fluke.
- T-Rig with a pegged 3/8 weight and 7" Pumpkin Seed Power Worm.
- C-Rig with 1/4 pegged weight short leader 18" with a Green Pumpkin Brush Hog.
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#10994205 - 07/22/15 05:12 PM Re: What rods/reels do you have on the deck ready to go at all time? [Re: spy231]
Rudy Lackey Offline
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Registered: 03/03/02
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Loc: N. Richland Hills Texas USA
Yellow Magic
Spoonbill Rouge
1.oz willow spinner
20+ Crank
1/2oz Jig
1oz C-rig Power Noodle
1/8oz Mojo Crawdad ( Whopper crawfish oil)
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#10994349 - 07/22/15 06:14 PM Re: What rods/reels do you have on the deck ready to go at all time? [Re: spy231]
ezbassin Offline
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Registered: 01/15/04
Posts: 12208
Loc: Mansfield, Tx.
Carolina rig---Dobyns Extreme 784. Lews Super duty
Swim bait---Dobyns Champion 795, Daiwa Luna or a Shimano 7-9 A-rig rod, Shimano Calcutta Conquest. (depending on what swim bait)
Spoon---Reel Time Rod MHX 7-6 M/H. Daiwa Lexa
Tx.rig craw tube.---Dobyns Extreme 745, Shimano Curado I
Tx. rig worm or creature.---Dobyns Extreme 744, Shimano Curado I
Magnum Fluke---Powell 714, Daiwa Lexa
Swim jig,chatter bait, spinner bait, or square bill---Powell 714, Shimano Curado I
Drop shot---Reel time rods drop shot rod, Shimano Stratic
Drop shot---Power tackle drop shot rod, Shimano Stratic



Edited by ezbassin (07/22/15 06:23 PM)

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#10994402 - 07/22/15 06:42 PM Re: What rods/reels do you have on the deck ready to go at all time? [Re: spy231]
Josh Fulton Offline
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Registered: 08/07/10
Posts: 1533
Loc: The Vine
More in the summer than winter! And depending on how dialed in I am! But winter it ranges from 5-8 and in the summer and not on anything it's like 10-12 lol... That's embarrassing! But again if I'm dialed in during summer it's about 6-8
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#10994550 - 07/22/15 07:48 PM Re: What rods/reels do you have on the deck ready to go at all time? [Re: B.Hollingshead]
txlonghorns Offline
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Registered: 06/22/13
Posts: 195
Loc: Irving, TX
Originally Posted By: B.Hollingshead
Its a seasonal for me but, for year round Jig rod and crankbait rod.


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#10994571 - 07/22/15 07:58 PM Re: What rods/reels do you have on the deck ready to go at all time? [Re: spy231]
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Finesse flipping jig
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