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Dobyns light c-rig rod? #12688454
03/25/18 05:20 PM
03/25/18 05:20 PM
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Anybody here use a 702c or 703c for 1/8oz C-rigs by chance? I have a 704 but might be a little stiff for anything lighter than 1/4 oz. What are your thoughts?


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Re: Dobyns light c-rig rod? [Re: i-Fish] #12688589
03/25/18 07:43 PM
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I’ve used a champ extreme 742 for casting heavier shakey heads, you could easily use it as a light c rig rod.

Re: Dobyns light c-rig rod? [Re: i-Fish] #12688595
03/25/18 07:46 PM
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I use the 704c for split shot rig and works fine for me. Better when you hook the bigger fish to control them

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