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Looking For A New Spinning Rod

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I am looking to buy a new spinning rod to use for weightless lure, wacky rigs, dropshots, and Mojo Rigs. The one I have now just isn't cutting it. I am looking for something in the $50-$70 price range. Reason being is I am a die hard baitcaster guy and it's going to take some time for me to truly want to invest in a quality expensive rod. I want to make sure I actually use it first. Any tips would be great. I have an Academy about 5 minutes from the house.

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I'm far from an expert,but since you're near an A.S. I would suggest an Allstar AST series about what you want to spend,or for $30 more a Ducket ghost would  work.You could also try out a bunch since A.S is near,but I'm usually overwhelmed by the shear numbers of fishing rods to choose from .Good luck with your search.

GG

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Dicks sporting goods has the skeet reese rods on sale for 2 for $60 right now until midnight. There's a few spinning models available

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Dicks sporting goods has the skeet reese rods on sale for 2 for $60 right now until midnight. There's a few spinning models available

The DSG near me stinks. Their fishing section is about as big as a truck. It stinks.

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not the most sensitive spinning rod, but for the money it'll work = berkley lightning

i bought one when starting out and it served me very well (until i broke it in transport - 100% my fault)

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