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Fishing rods, action and type #12600599
01/29/18 08:23 PM
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Its that time of year and i am looking to add 1 or 2 rods to what i have now. I wanted your insight/opinion on what i need or should have.

Currently I have
Medium Heavy/Fast Lews speed stick (baitcast)
Medium/fast H2O Ethos (spinning)
Medium Lite/Fast All Star Classic (spinning)

I was thinking of getting a lite all star rod to throw small spoons easier (the medium lite seems not sensitive enough to me). I also use these rods to fish everything (soft plastics, crank baits, top water, etc, even though i know there mainly for soft plastics).

Any thoughts? (Also if you have a rod recommendations from academy since i got gift cards to there over xmas i'd like to use)

Re: Fishing rods, action and type [Re: plk1122] #12600608
01/29/18 08:30 PM
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I use the All Star "Top Water" series for crank baits, jerk baits spinner baits and top waters. Works well for me.


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