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#12208894 - 04/20/17 02:41 PM c-rig setups
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Just curious as to what everybody is using for c rigs out there.. Personally I use a 7' mh Veritas rod paired with a revo sx, big game15 for the main line, 12# Seaguar red label flouro for the leader..

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#12208962 - 04/20/17 03:16 PM Re: c-rig setups [Re: hawkeye442]
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8' 804C Dobyns

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#12209019 - 04/20/17 04:04 PM Re: c-rig setups [Re: hawkeye442]
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Well I just recently purchased a Dobyn's 764C 7'6" Carolina special and a G-Rods 7’6" MHC for Carolina. Going to try both out and see which I like better!

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#12209086 - 04/20/17 04:58 PM Re: c-rig setups [Re: hawkeye442]
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Dobyns Champion Extreme DX 784C with the new Daiwa Tatula SV TW.It will throw a Carolina Rig a mile.
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#12209267 - 04/20/17 07:29 PM Re: c-rig setups [Re: hawkeye442]
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2-15 feet:TFO 7'3 H, Daiwa Tatula Type R 8.1, 18lb Sunline FC, Carolina Keeper, 1/2oz tungsten weight.

15+feet: 7'6 Xtra Heavy Ethos, Daiwa Tatula Type R 8.1, 18lb sunline, 1oz tungsten, barrel swivel, 3ft ish 15lb FC leader.

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#12209375 - 04/20/17 08:48 PM Re: c-rig setups [Re: hawkeye442]
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7'3" heavy Falcon Cara. I like the little extra length to take up slack.

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#12209407 - 04/20/17 09:15 PM Re: c-rig setups [Re: hawkeye442]
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#12209545 - 04/20/17 10:23 PM Re: c-rig setups [Re: hawkeye442]
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Loomis glx 894 for heavier weight and an 893 for smaller. One with a core 100 other a metanium xg I also use them for jigs when crr bite isn't on


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#12209610 - 04/20/17 11:25 PM Re: c-rig setups [Re: hawkeye442]
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Originally Posted By: hawkeye442
Just curious as to what everybody is using for c rigs out there.. Personally I use a 7' mh Veritas rod paired with a revo sx, big game15 for the main line, 12# Seaguar red label flouro for the leader..


I use the same rod and reel you do, but straight 20 lb big game.
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#12209671 - 04/21/17 05:02 AM Re: c-rig setups [Re: hawkeye442]
RedRanger Offline
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Falcon CR lizard Dragger

On a Revo Reel.

Caught many a bass on that set up

Lizard, FLuke or baby ring fry
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#12209693 - 04/21/17 06:14 AM Re: c-rig setups [Re: hawkeye442]
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7' Allstar C-Rig rod, Chronarch, 20lb Invizx main and 15lb Invizx leader.

***I cannot imagine Jack throwing a c-rig unless he has given up on the day.
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#12209708 - 04/21/17 06:41 AM Re: c-rig setups [Re: Champion 221 Elite]
ezbassin Offline
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Originally Posted By: Champion 221 Elite
Dobyns Champion Extreme DX 784C with the new Daiwa Tatula SV TW.It will throw a Carolina Rig a mile.


+1 and not have to worry about backlashing the reel.


I also use the 784 Champion Extreme but I have a Lews Super Duty on it. I have the Tatula SV TW on a 7ft Loomis for skipping docks.

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#12209748 - 04/21/17 07:35 AM Re: c-rig setups [Re: hawkeye442]
Fisher77 Offline
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Falcon Bucoo Rig Rod, Abu Orra SX, 30lb Power Pro braid, 15lb flouro leader
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#12209756 - 04/21/17 07:39 AM Re: c-rig setups [Re: BigHead248]
Bulletman99 Offline
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Registered: 10/26/16
Posts: 418
Loc: South Texas
Originally Posted By: BigHead248
2-15 feet:TFO 7'3 H, Daiwa Tatula Type R 8.1, 18lb Sunline FC, Carolina Keeper, 1/2oz tungsten weight.

15+feet: 7'6 Xtra Heavy Ethos, Daiwa Tatula Type R 8.1, 18lb sunline, 1oz tungsten, barrel swivel, 3ft ish 15lb FC leader.


To each his own but I am wondering why you use different set ups depending on water depth--I can understand the weight difference but why a leader in deep water vs. no leader in shallow water and a carolina keeper in shallow and regular set up in deep??
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#12209800 - 04/21/17 08:06 AM Re: c-rig setups [Re: hawkeye442]
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I've tried a lot of rods and I keep coming back to my champion 735. I tried tungsten for a while but couldn't tell that big of a difference. 3/4 lead bullet with a big bead. Brush hog or fluke

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