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Any rod that is rated up to 1 oz will be fine. Something with a fast action to drive the hook in. And probably braided line with or without a leader

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Agree with CroakHunter with one caveat. If it is a high quality rod that is truly rated, you'll be OK. A lot of rods are over rated as far as weight handling. I usually try to stay in the middle of the rods rating. So for a 1 oz bait, I would use a rod rated to a min of 2 oz. 

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A 7' MH/F with 15lb copolymer will do just fine.

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