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Medium Spinning Rod Length Help #14518419 10/28/22 03:14 PM
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I can not decide between a 7' medium or 7'3" medium spinning rod. Thoughts? Pros? Cons?

Primarily to be used for whacky rigging, lighter weight finesse, and small jig soft plastic swim baits.

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Re: Medium Spinning Rod Length Help [Re: Strat-a-Caster] #14518456 10/28/22 03:36 PM
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Either one really. Wont be able to tell much difference between them.

What flex is the rod? Fast? med fast? xtra fast?


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Re: Medium Spinning Rod Length Help [Re: Strat-a-Caster] #14518468 10/28/22 03:47 PM
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I would go with the 7'3" But it's about what you like.

I have a 6'8" med light / fast rod i use for a lot of smaller baits. I like the feel of it.
But anything bigger than 1/4 oz i use a 7' med/fast


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Re: Medium Spinning Rod Length Help [Re: Strat-a-Caster] #14518555 10/28/22 04:35 PM
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7'3" would be my pick. With sissy sticks, fairy wands, spinning rods, whatever you call them, I prefer to have a little longer rod as it allows for a more parabolic bend when fighting fish.

Re: Medium Spinning Rod Length Help [Re: Strat-a-Caster] #14518642 10/28/22 05:12 PM
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7'3" will be very slightly less stiff which is the difference in being able to throw a very lite crank bait or small finesse plastic and not.


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Got it. I do not think there is really a wrong answer here, but I wanted to hear some thoughts.

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I use a 6โ€™10โ€ St. Croix med. fast that works great. I donโ€™t think I would have as much feel with a 7โ€™3โ€


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