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Let’s Talk Rods #13344207 11/16/19 11:33 PM
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Looking at buying pops and I a good vertical jigging spinning rod. I’m thinking an 8’ er. ACC, B&M, Pro Angler, Bonehead...... Or something else? What say the Crappie masters?

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Re: Let’s Talk Rods [Re: Minner Bucket] #13344241 11/16/19 11:59 PM
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I use 8-9 foot B&M, I get them at Cabelas, they fit my budget, and I've had good service. I have broken two tips, but that was my fault, and for the price I wasnt that upset as if it had cost me $100 or more. One thing I remember is I'm only chasing fish that weigh less than 2 pounds,...mostly. jim fish





Re: Let’s Talk Rods [Re: Minner Bucket] #13344423 11/17/19 02:23 AM
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9’ g-rod

Re: Let’s Talk Rods [Re: Minner Bucket] #13344459 11/17/19 03:10 AM
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8 or 8.5' custom Waterloos.

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Re: Let’s Talk Rods [Re: Minner Bucket] #13344560 11/17/19 05:25 AM
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ACC all the way.

Andy just got his latest shipment in yesterday.

New 12 Footer Complete redesign weighing at 5.9 ounces. I ordered 2 of them.

A New 1 piece 5'6" rod. For shooting docks. I own several of the 2 piece and love them.

A new 2 piece 6'0" rod. I ordered 4 of them.

I think just about every size is in stock for the time being.

I already have The kids rod 5'0", several 5'6", I have 3 of the 6'6, a couple 7'6" and several 8 foot and 10 Foot rods.

Just adding to my collection.

Can't recommend them enough.


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Re: Let’s Talk Rods [Re: Minner Bucket] #13344735 11/17/19 03:51 PM
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Jim Heaton super sensitive jig rod 9ft is my favorite.

Re: Let’s Talk Rods [Re: Minner Bucket] #13345370 11/18/19 01:53 AM
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ProAngler for sure. Been around a long time and still make great rods. Quality components, good backbone and sensitive.


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Re: Let’s Talk Rods [Re: Minner Bucket] #13345758 11/18/19 03:39 PM
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Try a Todd Huckabee rod...saw em everywhere on the water past weekend! Nice back bone that'll horse fish in the boat


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+1 on the Huckabee rods. Have 2 10 footers. Meat dragger and Dippin' stick. Love em' !!

Re: Let’s Talk Rods [Re: Minner Bucket] #13345828 11/18/19 04:50 PM
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For the lengths you are looking for...I'd recommend the following...

The B'n'M 9' Sam Heaton Super Sensitive:
https://www.bnmpoles.com/collections/fishing-poles/products/shss

The 8' B'n'M Russ Baily Signature Series:
https://www.bnmpoles.com/collection...-signature-series?variant=12902608076877

There are many great rods out there, and these are 2 of them. Good luck shopping, and let me know if you need any more information.


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Have all the ones you mentioned. ACC is my go too!


I'd Tack That!!
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Thanks!

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If you want to try the Pro Angler 8', Russ Bailey 8'. Wally Marshall 9' Speed Stick, Waterloos in 8', 8.5' and 10', Academy H2O 10' along with a couple others you could invite me and I could bring them all. Weather looks pretty good this weekend. Hint, hint. roflmao
I could probably even get my hands on a couple G-Rods in 8 and 10.

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Re: Let’s Talk Rods [Re: Ken Gaby] #13350526 11/23/19 03:30 PM
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Originally Posted by Ken Gaby
ProAngler for sure. Been around a long time and still make great rods. Quality components, good backbone and sensitive.

fish x2 Luv my 8 & 10' good price & quick shipping

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Unless you like using old rods for tomato stakes, I recommend buying Pro Angler rods. I fish PK and Fork and catch huge bass and stripers on 10 foot pro angler rods. I've seen them bend almost double with big fish on them and they just take it. Plus you can step on them and they don't break.

Here's a nice crappie pole buster caught in a boat slip surrounded by cables. Just horsed him in with that Pro Angler rod.

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