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Choosing the Right Gear Ratio #13625031 07/09/20 08:11 PM
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Picking the right gear ratio for a particular technique can be very confusing and intimidating to some. In this video, I break down my favorite gear ratios and how I use them. Be sure to SUBSCRIBE if you haven't already!

https://youtu.be/C_OotbbTXxk

What's your favorite gear ratio?

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Re: Choosing the Right Gear Ratio [Re: Andrew Upshaw] #13625062 07/09/20 08:40 PM
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7:1 for everything

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Re: Choosing the Right Gear Ratio [Re: dk2429] #13625102 07/09/20 09:02 PM
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Originally Posted by dk2429
7:1 for everything

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Drop your channel and I will!

Re: Choosing the Right Gear Ratio [Re: Andrew Upshaw] #13626023 07/10/20 04:45 PM
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7.1.1 is pretty versatile.
I use 5.4.1 for deep cranks and 6.4.1 on shallow
Like 8 plus on t rigs and c rigs.

Re: Choosing the Right Gear Ratio [Re: forkduc] #13626344 07/10/20 10:16 PM
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Originally Posted by forkduc
7.1.1 is pretty versatile.
I use 5.4.1 for deep cranks and 6.4.1 on shallow
Like 8 plus on t rigs and c rigs.

Agreed! The 7.5:1 is by far the most versatile.

Re: Choosing the Right Gear Ratio [Re: Andrew Upshaw] #13628417 07/13/20 02:21 AM
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6 to crank , 7 for most others , 8 on Carolina rigs, t rigs snd some frogs

Re: Choosing the Right Gear Ratio [Re: Andrew Upshaw] #13628502 07/13/20 03:49 AM
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I like 6 for shallow cranks, my 7’s are for just about anything really except for flipping. I use 8 or 9 for that purpose as the only thing I want coming out fast is the fish away from the junk I caught it out of.


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Re: Choosing the Right Gear Ratio [Re: Andrew Upshaw] #13628505 07/13/20 03:51 AM
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Enjoy your videos by the way, keep em coming.


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