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Need recommendation for Crappie Rod #13765083 11/10/20 09:42 PM
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Haven’t crappie fished in years and went on a guided trip last week with neighbors on Toledo Bend and had a blast. Looking for a spinning rod or a spinning rod combo. I want a 6’6 or 7’ one piece rod. Any suggestions are much appreciated. Thanks in advance for your help.

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Re: Need recommendation for Crappie Rod [Re: Fork Fanatic] #13765126 11/10/20 10:11 PM
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I've been using a St. Croix premiere spinning rod for years. It was recommended by Guy Skinner on here years ago. It is a 7' Med-Light with Fast action tip. I like it cause it has good back bone and sensitivity.

Re: Need recommendation for Crappie Rod [Re: Fork Fanatic] #13765753 11/11/20 06:59 AM
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Your really limiting your options with a 1 piece rod.

Re: Need recommendation for Crappie Rod [Re: Fork Fanatic] #13765762 11/11/20 11:04 AM
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BoneHead Tackle 7' is a one piece rod


I'd Tack That!!
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Can't go wrong with the St. Croix. But, if that's more than you want to spend, I picked up a couple of the new Lew's Speed Shooters at Academy. Got a 6'6" and a 7' with their smaller spinning reels to go with them. Nice little rods. Took the 7" to Beaver's Bend a couple of weeks ago and landed a 20" rainbow on it.

Both are 1 piece rods.


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Re: Need recommendation for Crappie Rod [Re: Fork Fanatic] #13767890 11/12/20 07:55 PM
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Thanks for the replies. Probably gonna try the St Croix when Tackle Warehouse has the Black Friday sale. Also I’m gonna get me the Lews from Academy. Thanks guys,

Re: Need recommendation for Crappie Rod [Re: Fork Fanatic] #13772025 11/16/20 03:02 AM
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G Rod 7' medium light. An absolute dream rod to fish with.

Re: Need recommendation for Crappie Rod [Re: Fork Fanatic] #13777517 11/19/20 11:20 PM
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I know you were wanting a one piece,but something to consider is a 7.6 or 8’ ACC rod. Both are 2 piece but you won’t regret it either.

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