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Dobyns Fury 705CB or Abu Vendetta with Winn Wrap?

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I’m a Dobyns guy typically but looking for a spare cranking rod on a budget between only these two rods. What do you think?

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Fury would be my choice, but it usually costs about 30 dollars more than the vendetta. 

The 705CB is a fairly heavy cranking rod. It works well for deep divers and squarebills. It is a little too heavy for smaller crankbaits.

I own several Dobyns rods. have not had issues with any of them.

I have owned  four vendettas. Two of them have lost eyelet inserts. 

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Fury every day and twice on Sunday 

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Fury for me too.......I think you might still be able to get one 20% at sportsman’s outfitters with the code FREEDOM. Not sure if it’s expired though. 

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That 705CB is one hell of a squarebill rod. Good for poppers too. 

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I've been fishing abu villains for the last two years and made the transition to dobyns this season.  The abu's are hanging in the garage and every time I look at them I tell myself I need to sell them or try to trade them for a random dobyns rod.  One of the rods I picked up was the fury 705cb and Its been a blast.  I've never hooked so many fish on a squarebill this spring and as the weeds grow im using it for topwater.  I have no problems walking the dog with a 1/4oz zara spook puppy.

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