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JAB528
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Help me pair a rod to my new reel


I got a tekota 700 last week

And I'm trying to decide what rod to pair it with. As of right now I'm thinking either a shimano trevala or a penn carnage.







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MrCoachKlein
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re: Help me pair a rod to my new reel


Awesome snapper reels





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CBLSU316
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Don't take that one apart.





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007mag
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re: Help me pair a rod to my new reel


UglyStik





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The Last Coco
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re: Help me pair a rod to my new reel


quote:

shimano trevala or a penn carnage.


Yup. That's the right call. I would go with something in the 30-80lb range on a 6'6" rod

Shimano Trevala Jigging Rod - Get the M action, 30-80# 6'6" version

Penn Carnage Jigging Rod - same weight and length as Shimano

If it were me, I would go Shimano on Shimano. If you had a Penn reel I would go with a Penn rod. Can't go wrong with either though. Any rod in that same vein would be perfect, I would just want something light enough to feel mango bites, and long enough to cast free-lined croakers into rigs for said mangos.






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stewie
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I've snapper fished with the Trevala, Carnage, and Ugly Stick and honestly the Ugly Stick will work just fine for the money.

The Trevala is awesome but is it worth the $$$$...up to you.







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mack the knife
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shimano trevala


that's the one you want. my STAR package came with 2 of them and 2 tekotas. perfect for snapper. however, the power pro will dig in on big fish (which is all i catch)






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TutHillTiger
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Shimano if u want to spend the money. Ugly stick or penn slammer will work too





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BourgsTheWord
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uhhhh yea im gonna need a few of those





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LSU Tigershark
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Are we hoisting reels now? With feet included?





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CarRamrod
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you have some fricking chicken legs. how about some squats brah?





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DonChowder
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Calstar Black 7 footer BWC-970C Fuji guides and Hypalon grips.





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boom roasted
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What's that thing on the left side of the reel?





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JAB528
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Line counter, tells me the depth of my bait.





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fishfighter
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Line counter, tells me the depth of my bait.


Which will not hold out to saltwater. If you are using powerpro, just make the line every 10 meters with a marks-a-lot.






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aVatiger
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quote:

just make the line every 10 meters with a marks-a-lot.


no

line counter ftw






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