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top worm rods #13608979 06/26/20 03:55 PM
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Who has one of the best Jig and worm rods for a fare price?

Moritz Chevrolet - 9101 Camp Bowie W Blvd, Fort Worth, TX - Monte Coon (817) 696-2003
Re: top worm rods [Re: Crick] #13608982 06/26/20 03:58 PM
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“Fair” is a very subjective term. Do you have a price range in mind?

Re: top worm rods [Re: Crick] #13609006 06/26/20 04:13 PM
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Power Tackle PG 104 or “one” 04. They are high as a cats [censored] but worth it.

Re: top worm rods [Re: Crick] #13609146 06/26/20 06:11 PM
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Seems this is an ongoing question...

For me, I prefer a custom rod, as I throw t-rig worms year round.

If you're wanting an off the shelf rod, I would look at this...
https://tackletrap.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=78_2091_2886&products_id=14207

Re: top worm rods [Re: Crick] #13609330 06/26/20 08:32 PM
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GLX 853c is by far my favorite at the moment but I do have two Nrx's on the way and one in that model so we will see in a few weeks lol

Re: top worm rods [Re: Crick] #13609387 06/26/20 09:23 PM
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Love the GLX, but pricy. my next go to would be a Powell 3D.

Just my thoughts.

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You can't go wrong with the all-star classic WR1 academy has them on sale from time to time for about $50. I have 7 or 8 of them and rarely fish anything other than soft plastics. I have used all-star rods for over 30 years and never had one disappointment me

Re: top worm rods [Re: Finesse Master/ Dropshot king] #13609477 06/26/20 10:52 PM
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Originally Posted by Finesse Master/ Dropshot king
GLX 853c is by far my favorite at the moment but I do have two Nrx's on the way and one in that model so we will see in a few weeks lol
The only rod I own over $160 is the NRX 853c. So sensitive compared to what I’m used to. When I started using it I felt like my whole life had been a lie up to that point.

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Falcon expert swimbait/jig

Re: top worm rods [Re: sdavis24] #13609538 06/26/20 11:50 PM
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Originally Posted by sdavis24
Originally Posted by Finesse Master/ Dropshot king
GLX 853c is by far my favorite at the moment but I do have two Nrx's on the way and one in that model so we will see in a few weeks lol
The only rod I own over $160 is the NRX 853c. So sensitive compared to what I’m used to. When I started using it I felt like my whole life had been a lie up to that point.


The truth can be expensive but well worth it.

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I am extremely happy with my Falcon Cara T7 Head Turner. Also...the Cara Amistad for something a little longer and slightly beefier.


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worm rods [Re: Crick] #13610048 06/27/20 02:44 PM
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Has anyone use the Abu Garcia or Kistler wotm / jig rods?

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Re: worm rods [Re: Crick] #13610060 06/27/20 02:58 PM
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I like my NRX's for worms but prefer a Dobyns 784 for Jigs.

Re: worm rods [Re: tmd11111] #13610299 06/27/20 08:11 PM
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Originally Posted by tmd11111
Originally Posted by sdavis24
Originally Posted by Finesse Master/ Dropshot king
GLX 853c is by far my favorite at the moment but I do have two Nrx's on the way and one in that model so we will see in a few weeks lol
The only rod I own over $160 is the NRX 853c. So sensitive compared to what I’m used to. When I started using it I felt like my whole life had been a lie up to that point.


The truth can be expensive but well worth it.


Yep its crazy to think its that expensive but it is the most sensitive rod I have ever had in my hand and thats saying alot I've held 1000 megabass rods don't even compare to the nrx.

Re: worm rods [Re: Crick] #13610464 06/27/20 11:43 PM
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$200 Falcon Expert
$275 Shimano Expride
$400 GLX
$500 NRX
$600 Conquest


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PB between 8-10 pounds
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