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Dobyns or TFO.... #13180972 06/10/19 02:34 PM
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Looking at switching to just one, so Dobyns or TFO? What are your opinions on either...


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Re: Dobyns or TFO.... [Re: Bassbruiser12] #13180976 06/10/19 02:37 PM
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Dobyns


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Re: Dobyns or TFO.... [Re: Bassbruiser12] #13180981 06/10/19 02:43 PM
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I have both and in my opinion Dobyns is the way to go. In fishing with both the build quality and sensitivity of the Dobyns rod is far superior to the TFO.

Re: Dobyns or TFO.... [Re: Bassbruiser12] #13180989 06/10/19 02:52 PM
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I own both and like both...but for me the answer is CLEARLY DOBYNS.

Re: Dobyns or TFO.... [Re: Bassbruiser12] #13181018 06/10/19 03:27 PM
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Re: Dobyns or TFO.... [Re: Bassbruiser12] #13181031 06/10/19 03:40 PM
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Another vote for Dobyns. All I use.


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Re: Dobyns or TFO.... [Re: Bassbruiser12] #13181035 06/10/19 03:43 PM
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Anything other than TFO!

Re: Dobyns or TFO.... [Re: Bassbruiser12] #13181049 06/10/19 03:56 PM
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Dobyns. Awesome rods with a price point for everyone. The owner is kind of a tool though. bolt

Only kidding, I consider him a close friend, but that's not why I am saying go with Dobyns. Was using the rods long before we became friends.


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Re: Dobyns or TFO.... [Re: Bassbruiser12] #13181075 06/10/19 04:30 PM
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Re: Dobyns or TFO.... [Re: Bassbruiser12] #13181137 06/10/19 05:12 PM
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Dobyns. All I own. Heading to Fork now for a few days. Probably going to pick up another one while there. 21 is just not enough.


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Re: Dobyns or TFO.... [Re: Bassbruiser12] #13181155 06/10/19 05:28 PM
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I did the same thig several years ago and bought Dobyns and NO regrets. Hope this helps. Tigt lines, keep safe and good luck.

OH, what series of rods are you lookin for, too?

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Re: Dobyns or TFO.... [Re: Thad Rains] #13181184 06/10/19 06:02 PM
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Looking at the Sierras and Champion, I have both a couple Dobyns and a couple TFO, just want to go with one for my full lineup.


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Re: Dobyns or TFO.... [Re: Bassbruiser12] #13181260 06/10/19 07:15 PM
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Another Dobyns Vote here. Hands down no question.

PS. you owe it to yourself to get at least 1 Champion Extreme HP either the 745 as a jig / texas rig or the 744 as a Texas rig rod. Some things just make life easier.
Well that's my opinion anyway.

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Re: Dobyns or TFO.... [Re: Bassbruiser12] #13181324 06/10/19 08:02 PM
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Just curious. Why go all in on one brand unless it's a sponsor deal? If so, Dobyns. Personally, I'm not married to any of them. Some rod manufacturers suit me better than others depending on application. Same for reels.

Re: Dobyns or TFO.... [Re: Bassbruiser12] #13181377 06/10/19 08:53 PM
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Thanks guys. Comments are much appreciated!!! We are now housed in Sulphur Springs TX. We have many dealers and several around Lake Fork that'll help with any questions or you can call us for rod recommendations anytime at (903) 919-8028. We have 7 different rod series in price points from $80 to $550. We have too many models smile These are all BASS rods plus one crappie jig model. I'm a bass fishermen so that's what we build. We have all lengths and actions and without counting I believe between 180 to 200 models with a few new one's I'm adding. I must count these one day smile

Anyway, thanks again for the comments!!!!! Please yell if we can answer questions!! THX!!!

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