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"budget" deep cranking setup 12-18ft #13641533 07/23/20 05:35 PM
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Bps crankin stuck and a pro qualifier in right ratio...can you beat if for the money?

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Re: "budget" deep cranking setup 12-18ft [Re: joho5] #13641537 07/23/20 05:37 PM
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Black Max Winch is the same price as the pro qualifier, when the PQ goes on sale (regular a black Max price is lower than the regular PQ price) and a better deep cranking reel

Nothing wrong with the PQ, I have four of them. I do prefer the original vs the PQ2


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Re: "budget" deep cranking setup 12-18ft [Re: joho5] #13641542 07/23/20 05:41 PM
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The wife love the one I put on our Boat.
We do a lot of spot lock swimming in the summer

Re: "budget" deep cranking setup 12-18ft [Re: joho5] #13641557 07/23/20 05:51 PM
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13 Fishing Defy Black 2 Crankbait Rod: https://www.fishusa.com/13-Fishing-Defy-Black-2-Crankbait-Casting-Rod
Black Max/Orra Winch

This will handle everything under the sun from 10xd to smaller 5/6 xd, I had a cranking stick and didnt like it not enough bend

Re: "budget" deep cranking setup 12-18ft [Re: Mudbone] #13641738 07/23/20 07:35 PM
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Originally Posted by Mudbone
The wife love the one I put on our Boat.
We do a lot of spot lock swimming in the summer


Um wrong thread??


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Re: "budget" deep cranking setup 12-18ft [Re: ChanceHuiet] #13641773 07/23/20 07:57 PM
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Originally Posted by ChanceHuiet
Originally Posted by Mudbone
The wife love the one I put on our Boat.
We do a lot of spot lock swimming in the summer


Um wrong thread??


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Re: "budget" deep cranking setup 12-18ft [Re: joho5] #13641835 07/23/20 08:45 PM
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I have a BP Crankin Stick with a 5.4:1 Revo X for my deep cranking setup and it has served me well for the price. I'm sure there are better options out there but the crankin stick and revo x are pretty solid and wont break the bank.

Re: "budget" deep cranking setup 12-18ft [Re: joho5] #13641841 07/23/20 08:48 PM
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What is your budget?? Shimano has an SLX cranking rod available now, or if your budget allows, jump up to a Curado or Intenza cranking rod both are very nice. Pro qualifiers are fine reels but in my experience the drag isn't very smooth at all, which can have a pretty big negative impact when landing fish on treble hook baits. Pretty much any Shimano reel will have a buttery smooth drag.


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Re: "budget" deep cranking setup 12-18ft [Re: joho5] #13641913 07/23/20 09:34 PM
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Had an enigma E Glass that fished nicely, that paired with an older Revo winch.

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