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Lamiglas Sr 765R 7'6" Med Hvy Fiberglass Cranking

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I'm thinking of adding this to the arsenal.

If anyone has used or is currently using this stick, I'd really appreciate your thoughts on how it performs. I have the SR 705R which is the 7 foot version of this rod and I'm loving it.

Thanks in advance

A-Jay

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My cranking stick is a custom built on the 765 blank. It throws deep cranks and traps a mile. this is about the only technique where I put a premium on casting distance. It lets the crank run at max depth a little longer. Like the 705, it's sensitive enough to feel the thump of the bait and what it's doing and has a ton of back bone.

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i had the SR705R, the SR765R and the lami XCF-705R (which is the same as the SR705R without the gaudy orange paint but with slightly tapered cork handles). i bought the XCF-705R first and loved it so much that i added the SR705R. i then got a SR765R thinking i'd be able to cast even further but i very surprised to find that i didn't notice any gains with the added length and that i just liked fishing with the 7-footers more and turned around and sold it.

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Thanks guys - TW has it on sale and I just pulled the trigger on it.

A-Jay

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OK - It just showed up - Feels excellent - I think I'm gonna be heaving this one of a fairly routine basis.

If you're in the market - Looks like TW still has them on sale.

A-Jay

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Get a deep spool reel A-Jay !!!

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