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I've had good luck over the years with the Berkley Lightning Rods.  about $39.99 at Academy.

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9 hours ago, Obi_Wan said:

I've had good luck over the years with the Berkley Lightning Rods.  about $39.99 at Academy.

Check your local Wal-Mart for these on clearance, I just picked up 3 of the Lightning Rod Shocks for $9 each...not a bad deal for a $40 rod!!!

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I really am impressed with the Academy H20 line of rods and they're around the 40-50 range. 

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Daiwa Aird X has excellent reviews on TW, I believe it's $55

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Abu vengeance in medium heavy 40 bucks and can do it all. Well not all but can cover most of your bases.

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10 hours ago, Burros said:

Abu vengeance in medium heavy 40 bucks and can do it all. Well not all but can cover most of your bases.

Great rod. I highly recommend it.

 

Another candidate is the Kastking Perigee II What a great rod considering the $59.99 price tag.

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1 hour ago, NYWayfarer said:

Another candidate is the Kastking Perigee II What a great rod considering the $59.99 price tag.

I second this. Great bang for your buck. Miliken fishing loves them too.

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On 4/9/2018 at 10:45 PM, Obi_Wan said:

I've had good luck over the years with the Berkley Lightning Rods.  about $39.99 at Academy.

Lightning rod is the best cheap rod I have owned.

On 4/9/2018 at 8:55 PM, Junger said:

If your willing to spend 70 bucks and are near a cabelas Fenwick makes excellent rods. And would be quite a bit better than rods at the 50 dollar mark

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If you throw more moving baits (cranks included) get a Berkley Shock. They have a great track record and hold up well too. Also different Shock rods have different strength tips so you can check then out at Walmart or wherever and get one you like. If you fish more soft plastics, go with an Abu Garcia Vengeance.

 

Of course if you find some better rods in the bargain bin or a good sale, that's the way to go.

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