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Cabelas Tournament Zx Rods

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I'm looking for a new frog rod. I Can't decide between the duckett ghost 7'3" heavy, or the zx frog rod. I have heard the the zx heavy feels like a medium heavy. Is it going to be strong enough to pull bass out of heavy pads and mats?

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I'm not familar with that model, but I do have a bunch of Cabela's XML rods. They're nothing special, but pretty solid IMO and if you can get them on sale they're a steal. I use a MH 7 footer for my frog rod and it does the job nicely.

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Bought 2 ZX rods back in March.. Ive fished them hard and so far, so good...

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I traded my *** Blacks for a rod locker full of Tournament ZX. They go on sale for about $60-70 fairly often. A little more for the Crankshaft series.

The 7'3" H frog rod is one of my favorites. It's so versatile. Don't think it's just for frog and slop. It works well for Carolina rigs and of course pitchin and flippin.

The only rods in my locker that aren't ZX are a BPS Crankin Stick and Extreme and a Cabela's Tourny Trail spinning rod.

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Got two and they are awesome

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I have the ZX frog rod as well. I love it for frogs, not so much for jigs though.

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