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Hi all,

I am a bit one of these first world dilemmas. I hav a bunch of Daiwa reels and spools and I am playing around with some ideas on how to best match them up for the techniques that I am planning to use them for.

Would love to get your thoughts:


Reels:
* 2019 Morethan (8.6)
* Steez SV TW (7.1)
* Steez A TW (8.1)
* Zillion SV TW (7.3)
* extra spool from Daiwa SV103 

 

Techniques that I am planning to use:
 

* Heavy Jig and Paddle tail swimbait
** currently planning:  Morethan and the Steez A spool with 16# fluro on Daiwa Steez SVF-XBD Frog Rod

 

* 3/8 - 1/2 oz Jig and Worms
** Currently planning:  Steez SV TW with Steez SV TW spool, 12# fluro on ZBONE 7'6 MH

 

* Small cranks and poppers
** Currently planning: Zillion with spool from SV103 with 8# Mono on Megabass Swingfire

 

* Medium Jigs and Paddle tails (that is mainly used for skipping docks)
** Currently planning: Steez A with Zillion spool and 30 # braid with 15# Shooter Defier Armilo leader and Megabass Spinnerbait special


This would currently leave the Morethan spool as a back up.
 

What do you guys think?
 

Thanks for the feedback!
 

Cheers,
Seb.

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* Heavy Jig and Paddle tail swimbait 

- morethan

 

* 3/8 - 1/2 oz Jig and Worms

- Steez A

 

* Small cranks and poppers

- Steez SV

 

* Medium Jigs and Paddle tails (that is mainly used for skipping docks)

- Zillion SV

 

jimho. glhf.

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