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i will be using 3/8 jigs on it and 1/4 oz texas rigs. which rod would be more ideal?

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depends on you since both are a 4 power rod and length is the determining factor. you like it longer or shorter?

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I would say since the only difference is the length, I would go with the longer rod.  That is my personal opinion though, the extra length will give you more control over the fish.  But like I said that is my personal opinion!

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I would go with the 704.

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I have always thought the 734 to be one of the most versatile rods in the Dobyns lineup.  

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Not familiar with those rods but I’d choose a 7’ over a 7’4” for the techniques you listed.   I only use longer than 7’ when I need the added casting distance for  Cranking, Carolina Rig,  Football jigs, etc.

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they are both nice rods.  It all comes down to preference. 

personally I use the 734 for worms and jigs.

704 gets used for chatterbaits and spinnerbaits

 

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The 734 is one of dobyns most versatile rods. It balances extremely well as do most of there stuff and it works well for everything. I would be going that route 

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Back when I fished Dobyns I always thought the 734 was a better moving bait rod.

It's good for spinnerbaits ,buzzbaits ,paddletails ect. I used to use it for spoons as well. I think it's a touch slow to make a good jig rod.

Of those 2 I'd go with the 704 but you should look at the 744 .

Its designed to be a jig and worm rod . It's a quicker more powerful rod than 734.

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