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Picked My Other Pitching Rod

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ok I keep hearing Powell alot ad my friend has a few enderances. I saw the Powell Inferno and it looks great and good reviews. I like the looks of it cosmetically to. I got a question I am looking at the 7'6, both MH but one is rated for 1 1/2 oz and the swim bait edition goes up to 3 oz, if i wanna try some small swim baits and small umbrella rigs; yall think I should get the  3 oz. edition ? It will be pared with a tournament Lews MG

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if you are going to throw the rig with it i would get the heavier of the two, better safe than sorry. but if you are almost always going to be flip/pitch with it i would get the lighter one as it will probably have better balance.

 

Mitch

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I'd have to go somewhere and be able to actually hold the rod to see what it feels like. I took a chance on the Powell diesel rods rods because they were on sale for 50 but I couldn't spend that much on a rod and not know what it felt like

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I use the endurance 725 as my flipping stick and I throw a rigs and big swim baits on it as well also a good jig rod for heavier jigs. It's a 5 power rod... U can email or call them and talk to Keith he is the owner and he will go out of his way to answer all your questions .. Great company I can't say nothing bad about any of there rods

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I held the inferno last week. Was surprised to see them in the mom and pop store I was in. Now I am a huge fan of the Max line and own a handful of them. The inferno came across as very tip heavy. Just my $0.02 as I have not had any water time with the inferno. Now the max 704 I can vouch for and it is sweet.

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