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Skeet Reese Rods At $49 Worth It?

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My B&M bought a bunch of the skeet honeycomb rods and have them at $49 each. At that price are they worth me buying several? The micro ones are $10 more and they have most every size in stock

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I've got three of them, the 7'2(I think) jig and worm rod, the 7'6 heavy cover micro rod, and the 7' spinnerbait rod. There are lighter rods out there, but I got mine for 50$ also, for that price I think they are good. Just check the ones you are interested in closely. Check the guide placement and epoxy. A lot of people don't like them that much, but I've had good luck with them. I've caught plenty of fish on mine, and they have held up good so far.

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Ive got two Tesserras. Both the 6'10" jerkbait /topwater rod. I fish with a guy that also has that rod.

 

They make it on our boat deck all the time. Just about every trip out.

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I have a 7-2 jig/worm rod and his S-Glass crankin rod and like em both. As stated above, there are lighter rods out there but they aren't bad. $49 is pretty good.

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I have the drop shot, worm and jig, and crankbait rod. I love them. Theyre durable, sensitive and get the job done. I had a veritas before it found its way into the bottom of the lake and I honestly like these rods a lot better. 

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My local store has them for 39.99 occasionally they buy other peoples overstock and sell them cheap... the C-rig/ Swimbait rod... IS AMAZING.. for big spinnerbaits/ 6xd cranks.. I love that rod.. the spinnerbait worm rod I use for spooks it has a perfect give for that..

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I bought one as my first 'higher end' rod and caught many many fish with it. I always liked it, but ended up breaking it. It was totally my fault though. Haven't replaced it over the 3 years after it broke because I haven't run up on a deal like I have other rods. But I would most certainly ****** up several if them at that price.

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