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St Croix Spinning Rod Reccomendations

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I currently have a 68mxf ltb spinning rod which I use for shakey heads and senkos. I want to pick up another rod to use for shakey heads and drop shot. I'd like to have 2 rods which can be used for a combination of those 3. I've been looking at the ltb 610mlxf, 610mxf and 70mf. Anyone that's used these rods have any reccomendations they can provide?

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I prefer the medium-light for those tactics. I love the 70MF and have a couple of the Elites, but the ML has a much better action for dropshots; plus they can handle shakyhead just fine. 

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Man o man lol

Once ya go LTB it is tough to go back lol

Being that you already have a MXF i would go with the 6'10 MLXF...that way way you can go more finesse should you want to

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No experience with the rods mentioned, but just FYI if you decide in the next couple of days, you can go to Gander Mountain and get $50 off purchases of $250 or more, and another $50 rebate from St. Croix. $150 brand spanking new ain't bad for one of those.  

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No experience with the rods mentioned, but just FYI if you decide in the next couple of days, you can go to Gander Mountain and get $50 off purchases of $250 or more, and another $50 rebate from St. Croix. $150 brand spanking new ain't bad for one of those.

That's why I need to make decision soon. Sounds like the the mlxf will be my best bet

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I just got a st Croix avid x 7'0 M/F that im gonna use for shakey heads, wackey rigged senko's and weightless stuff and plan on getting the 7'0 ML for dropshots. haven't used the avid x yet but so far im really impressed

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