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I have been looking into buying another bait caster this will be my 3rd, the first one was kind of a pos so I will not include that one. I am looking at buying a daiwa tatula ct 6:3:1 gear ratio and a st croix bass mojo. I don't know if I should get medium or medium heavy, and fast action or mod fast. I am decently new to bass fishing. This rod will be more of a general purpose because I only have 1 other combo.

 

The combo that I own is a Abu Garcia orra sx 7:1:1 with the abu garcia vendetta medium heavy fast action that I mostly throw spinner baits and swim jigs on. 

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If you already have a MH, go with the M/F.  This will open you up to more fishing tactics that a MH might be too much for.   Its hard to say what power/action YOU should get because WE dont know what your intended use will be, but if by general purpose you mean soft plastics and some crank baits then a M/F is fine.  If you'll be doing more topwater and cranking and less soft plastic, then a M/M would probably be better, but I think you'll be able to do more with a M/F

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Agree with The Patriot, go with a Medium 7' or 7'3".  That way you can throw some lighter worms, jigs, and spinners.  If you are doing more pitching/flipping then try out a 7'3" MH with a fast tip.  That will be very versatile and can be used with jigs and plastics.  Check out the Fitzgerald Vursa Series, they have a wide variety of rods for $129.  Great rods and no too bad on the wallet. 

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I would get either a M/F or a M/XF. What do you use the current set up for? 

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