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Offshore Jigging Rod #13186420 06/15/19 08:14 AM
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Looking to add a jigging rod to my arsenal that will handle anything from snapper to amberjacks with a budget of $400 or less. Any recommendations? Thanks in advance.

Anyone with experience with Shimano Game Type J rod?


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Re: Offshore Jigging Rod [Re: awdieee] #13186459 06/15/19 12:09 PM
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I like my Ghost Hunter Slow Pitch rods. I have one 5'6" thats rated for 100lb line and a 5'8" thats rated for 80lb line.
They are very light.

I have caught a Yellowfin over 100 lbs on it.


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