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#11549337 - 04/17/16 09:39 PM Good flipping rods
TanHner36 Offline
Pro Angler

Registered: 04/03/15
Posts: 916
Loc: Houston, TX
Looking to get a new flipping rod. I have an Abu Veritas now but I want to find something with better more responsive action. I'm no millionaire so $200 is about my max. I was looking at the Loomis E6X, TFO or a Dobyns. I've never fished a TFO or Dobyns. What are some brand/action suggestions? Or what rod/reel are you running?

Any input is appreciated!


#11549343 - 04/17/16 09:41 PM Re: Good flipping rods [Re: TanHner36]
fishinlance Offline

Registered: 04/04/07
Posts: 274
Loc: waxahachie
Falcon rods low rider series

#11549365 - 04/17/16 09:53 PM Re: Good flipping rods [Re: TanHner36]
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Registered: 02/29/08
Posts: 5647
Loc: fort worth,texas
7.0H Daiwa Airx/Daiwa Tat Ct 8.1.....160.00 combo!!!!'


#11549410 - 04/17/16 10:14 PM Re: Good flipping rods [Re: TanHner36]
BrianFox Offline

Registered: 03/21/15
Posts: 120
Loc: Dallas Texas

#11549429 - 04/17/16 10:20 PM Re: Good flipping rods [Re: TanHner36]
Mark Perry Online   content

Registered: 01/09/04
Posts: 48464
Loc: Point Reyes
Megabass Levante Flip Special is a great choice in that price point. VERY versatile rod too. From flipping, light to moderate punching, A rigs, small to medium soft/hard swimbaits to oversized bladed jigs for ledge fishing it can handle it all. Great tip that allows for better than average casting accuracy on a flipping rod to a good strong backbone. Its a solid choice.

#11549431 - 04/17/16 10:20 PM Re: Good flipping rods [Re: TanHner36]
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Registered: 08/13/13
Posts: 3659
Loc: Longview, Tx

#11549562 - 04/18/16 12:51 AM Re: Good flipping rods [Re: BrianFox]
C.J Online   content
Pro Angler

Registered: 08/29/11
Posts: 618
Loc: Belton Texas
Originally Posted By: BrianFox

Definitely need to check the out

#11549564 - 04/18/16 12:54 AM Re: Good flipping rods [Re: BrianFox]
Pk Lake Offline

Registered: 08/26/08
Posts: 351
Loc: Possum Kingdom Lake, Tx

#11549578 - 04/18/16 02:13 AM Re: Good flipping rods [Re: TanHner36]
T54 Offline
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Registered: 12/05/07
Posts: 3277
7'2 H Shimano Zodias with Curado 70XG is my new setup for flipping shallow with a 1/2oz and I love it.

#11550198 - 04/18/16 11:44 AM Re: Good flipping rods [Re: TanHner36]
bigbass94 Offline
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Registered: 05/27/12
Posts: 3164
Loc: San Antonio, Texas
Waft Iron Feather

For under $190, I truly believe that the Iron Feather series of rods is one of the best on the market. Waft is a relatively unknown rod company in the US. They're based out of South Africa and they build a KILLER rod! Just because they're basically unknown by most doesn't mean they're not great rods. They just fly under the radar.

One of the best features on the Iron Feather series is area around the reel seat. They minimized the reel seat on this rod a little bit so that you can feel the blank with your finger a lot better. The blank itself is 46 ton high modulus graphite and they are incredibly light and sensitive! They also have my favorite guides ever, the semi-micro guides.

Be sure to include Waft rods into your selecting process. They're a true hidden gem!
"If people concentrated on the really important things in life, there'd be a shortage of fishing poles." - Doug Larson

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#11550363 - 04/18/16 12:48 PM Re: Good flipping rods [Re: TanHner36]
Zach Starling Offline
Extreme Angler

Registered: 09/03/09
Posts: 1888
Loc: Lake Tawakoni
Keith Combs power tackle!!For sure

#11550385 - 04/18/16 12:58 PM Re: Good flipping rods [Re: TanHner36]
SteezMacQueen Offline
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Registered: 11/02/14
Posts: 3030
Loc: Red Oak, Galveston, and Pagosa...
Diawa Zillion 7'6" Medium Heavy Fast is what I use. For the budget you described the Megabass Perfect Pitch comes to mind. Good rod. Well built. As for value....I've even used it for weightless work fishing in a pinch. Slightly stiff for it, but handled it ok. I'd imagine it would be excellent for jigs( all types),t rigs, and even c rigs.

Price is $200. But can be had for $180 at tackle warehouse right now.

#11550443 - 04/18/16 01:22 PM Re: Good flipping rods [Re: TanHner36]
LinkLowrance Offline

Registered: 07/06/15
Posts: 214
Loc: Wayland, TX
I just use some 7'0 MH Duckett Ghosts...never had issues with them. Fish them everywhere from open water to pretty thick cover. If it's REAL nasty I use a 7'6 heavy Micro Magic pro. Fast reels of course

#11550503 - 04/18/16 01:45 PM Re: Good flipping rods [Re: BrianFox]
Ryan Somerville Offline

Registered: 02/18/09
Posts: 295
Loc: Belleville Ontario Canada
Originally Posted By: BrianFox

Awesome flipping rod at a very good price. I recently just did a review on this rod. Just like all of Power Tackles other rods there quality is top notch and their customer service is as well check them out
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#11550574 - 04/18/16 02:21 PM Re: Good flipping rods [Re: TanHner36]
pil,b Offline
Extreme Angler

Registered: 05/30/11
Posts: 1215
Loc: abilene,texas
Power tackle fish

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