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NRX 852s vs 852C #13954163 04/09/21 08:07 PM
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Hey guy I am trying to decide between a NRX 852s with a Vanford or a NRX 852c with a Alderberan? My primary purpose is for wacky stick baits and Trigs stick baits and Neko rig. I would also use for ned rig and shaky heads but not very often. What do y'all think?


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Re: NRX 852s vs 852C [Re: Ibock] #13954178 04/09/21 08:16 PM
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NRX852c with a Daiwa Tatula Elite. 7-1 or 8-1 gear ratio. These Daiwa reels are small in profile, very smooth, and they give you great casting distance even with light baits.

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Re: NRX 852s vs 852C [Re: Ibock] #13954298 04/09/21 10:33 PM
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Never tried an Alderberan. I have a Metanuim on my 852c with 12# sniper. slings weightless stick baits just fine.

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