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#12856506 - 08/07/18 01:04 PM Rod and reel question
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Registered: 02/07/14
Posts: 14
Loc: Texas
So I'm going on a private 36 hr trolling and tuna trip out of freeport at the end of this month. I bought a penn carnage 2 6'6" medium jigging spinning rod, and need to pair it with a reel. I'm thinking the shimano Saragosa 10000. My only concern is it only has a 65lb braid capacity of 270 yards. Would that rod and reel set up be sufficient at pulling in jacks and yellowfin, or should i step up to the 20000 Saragosa for the extra line capacity? The rod is rated at 30 to 80 lb braid if that helps.

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#12859342 - 08/09/18 06:34 PM Re: Rod and reel question [Re: jhadaway117]
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I'd at least go Med-Hvy....
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#12859695 - 08/09/18 11:24 PM Re: Rod and reel question [Re: jhadaway117]
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Yep, fish are played with the rod, it may snap before you take full advantage of the reel's capabilities.

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