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Grods #12508539
11/19/17 12:23 AM
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Just seeing if anyone currently fishes these that can give some input. Also does anyone know of a retailer in the Lake Conroe area who sells them so I could get my hands on them to feel them? I have a couple of spinning rods but looking to get a couple of casting rods. the couple I'm looking at have a mod fast action which really not a fan of for the technique so wanted to feel them and see how slow they're mod fast really is. Thank you.

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Re: Grods [Re: Bigguy1] #12508603
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Re: Grods [Re: Bigguy1] #12508615
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Re: Grods [Re: Bigguy1] #12508625
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This could get good really quick. Think I'll just hide and watch.



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Re: Grods [Re: Bigguy1] #12508636
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What is a Grod?


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Re: Grods [Re: irbf] #12508637
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Re: Grods [Re: Bigguy1] #12508642
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Blood in the water around here....


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Re: Grods [Re: Bigguy1] #12508684
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Originally Posted By: Bigguy1
Just seeing if anyone currently fishes these that can give some input or nose in the Lake Conroe area who sells them so I could get my hands on them to feel them as I have a couple of spinning rods but looking to get a couple of casting rods but the couple I'm looking at have a mod fast action which really not a fan of for the technique so wanted to feel them and see how slow they're mod fast really is. Thank you.


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Re: Grods [Re: Bigguy1] #12508861
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Grods are a brand of rods. Based out of tx.

Re: Grods [Re: Bigguy1] #12508881
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i have used one it would not be my first choice in BASS rod. however if you fish in the bay this rod would be perfect.

Re: Grods [Re: Bigguy1] #12508884
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and from my experience the rod i used was a medium heavy that fished like a mag heavy

Re: Grods [Re: Bigguy1] #12509010
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I have two of them I use for crappie fishing. Very light and sensitive, HOWEVER, I just had one of the eyes pull out of my 7 ft. rod and had I read the warranty first I probably would have passed on them.

Re: Grods [Re: ToasterWEyes] #12509020
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Blood in the water around here....
This is what happens on a day w/north winds of "30 gusting to 40" ! Nothing personal! laugh


Re: Grods [Re: Bigguy1] #12509547
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I'm no tour pro or wannabe, so for what it's worth, I'm really enjoying fishing these rods. I stumbled on G-Rod Intl. when I added a back up crappie jig spinning rod. I had it on deck next to a Dobyns Champion Extreme 701. I was quick to shuffle the Dobyns to my back up. The G-Rod blank was more sensitive lighter and stronger. Gary makes great rods, but now I am switching out some Champions and Loomis IMX Bass rods to The G-Rod Pro Bass and Game changers, mostly for my slow moving baits as the sensitivity is unreal. They do seem to be under rated at about a half power if not more. If your going to spend the coin, try one of the Pro Bass series rods. If your looking for a bargain check the Game Changer series, it's not that far off their premium rod.

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