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Re: worm rods [Re: Crick] #13614710 07/01/20 02:01 PM
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My favorite all around worm and jig rod hands down is a Dobyns Champion 744c

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Re: worm rods [Re: Crick] #13614842 07/01/20 03:18 PM
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I like the Castaway skeleton for 129.00 or the invicta 2 for 269.00. I like 7' med heavy or 7' mag heavy depending on what size worm and weight I am using..they do make a 6'6 worm rod that is useful up shallow around docks and overhanging limbs. Sometimes they run specials on their website and I swing by and pick up what I need, but they will ship also. I have used many rod manufacturers over the years and always return back to Castaway due to their durability, price point and sensitivity. Also if I do happen to break one ( which has been very few) I swing by shop and swap it out. The other good thing is they are a Texas company and made by fishermen.

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