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#11917754 - 11/04/16 10:08 PM dobyns
wyatt c Offline
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Registered: 10/12/16
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Loc: abilene, tx
which dobyns rods are you using for weightless worms? i was thinking about getting the champion xp 744 for them, too much?
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#11917768 - 11/04/16 10:25 PM Re: dobyns [Re: wyatt c]
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Registered: 10/15/07
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Loc: Forney
703 Extreme for me.

I have a weightless Senko on 365 days a year

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#11917775 - 11/04/16 10:37 PM Re: dobyns [Re: wyatt c]
Andrew Y'Barbo Offline
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Registered: 06/25/12
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Loc: Lufkin Texas
I guess I'm different. I throw my senkos on a 7'6" flipping rod.

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#11917777 - 11/04/16 10:39 PM Re: dobyns [Re: Andrew Y'Barbo]
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Registered: 07/04/11
Posts: 1828
Loc: nederland, TX
Originally Posted By: Andrew Y'Barbo
I guess I'm different. I throw my senkos on a 7'6" flipping rod.

My buddy does the same thing. I just can't feel it like that.

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#11917800 - 11/04/16 10:52 PM Re: dobyns [Re: wyatt c]
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Loc: Lantana,Tx
I'd go either a 733 or 734, I currently use a Dobyns Extreme HP 743 for weightless, awesome rod, but it's going to be for sale in favor of a 893.

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#11917805 - 11/04/16 10:54 PM Re: dobyns [Re: wyatt c]
wyatt c Offline
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alright. what would yall recommend for a jig from them? and whens that 743 going up for sale? i might be interested
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#11917811 - 11/04/16 11:04 PM Re: dobyns [Re: Andrew Y'Barbo]
wyatt c Offline
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Originally Posted By: Andrew Y'Barbo
I guess I'm different. I throw my senkos on a 7'6" flipping rod.


isnt a flippin rod a little stiff for senkos??
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#11917814 - 11/04/16 11:05 PM Re: dobyns [Re: wyatt c]
921 Phoenix Offline
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Loc: Lake Fork
I use either a 744 or 745 I can throw either one just fine. the 745 has a little more backbone for hook set. This is just a personal preference.

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#11917816 - 11/04/16 11:06 PM Re: dobyns [Re: wyatt c]
Andrew Y'Barbo Offline
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Originally Posted By: wyatt c
Originally Posted By: Andrew Y'Barbo
I guess I'm different. I throw my senkos on a 7'6" flipping rod.


isnt a flippin rod a little stiff for senkos??


Not when you use a minimum of 20# flouro and a 5/0 heavy wire hook. When I make a long cast, I want to turn a 7#er before she runs off in a bush. Just my style. There is no one way to any of this.

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#11917817 - 11/04/16 11:07 PM Re: dobyns [Re: wyatt c]
921 Phoenix Offline
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Originally Posted By: wyatt c
Originally Posted By: Andrew Y'Barbo
I guess I'm different. I throw my senkos on a 7'6" flipping rod.


isnt a flippin rod a little stiff for senkos??


senkos or heavy enough to throw with about any rod.

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#11917818 - 11/04/16 11:07 PM Re: dobyns [Re: Andrew Y'Barbo]
921 Phoenix Offline
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Originally Posted By: Andrew Y'Barbo
Originally Posted By: wyatt c
Originally Posted By: Andrew Y'Barbo
I guess I'm different. I throw my senkos on a 7'6" flipping rod.


isnt a flippin rod a little stiff for senkos??


Not when you use a minimum of 20# flouro and a 5/0 heavy wire hook. When I make a long cast, I want to turn a 7#er before she runs off in a bush. Just my style. There is no one way to any of this.


I agree 100% with this ^^^^^^^

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#11917872 - 11/05/16 12:43 AM Re: dobyns [Re: wyatt c]
wyatt c Offline
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Registered: 10/12/16
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Loc: abilene, tx
alright. ive thrown them on a heavy action duckett i just figured the dobyns would be stiffer. why do you use such big gear? where are you fishing at?
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#11917927 - 11/05/16 06:22 AM Re: dobyns [Re: wyatt c]
921 Phoenix Offline
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Originally Posted By: wyatt c
alright. ive thrown them on a heavy action duckett i just figured the dobyns would be stiffer. why do you use such big gear? where are you fishing at?


Lake Fork big line and rods to get big girls out of stumps and brush tops before they break you off. You can get away with smaller rods like a 743 or 742 if you have room to fight the fish without getting into stumps

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#11918008 - 11/05/16 08:01 AM Re: dobyns [Re: wyatt c]
senko 10lb Offline
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Registered: 03/28/11
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Loc: Seagoville / Lake Fork
I use dx 742 for senkos I feel more in touch with the bait


Edited by senko 10lb (11/05/16 08:01 AM)

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#11918052 - 11/05/16 08:30 AM Re: dobyns [Re: senko 10lb]
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Originally Posted By: senko 10lb
I use dx 742 for senkos I feel more in touch with the bait
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