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Gear question here.  I have been building quite the collection of rods and some reels.  Now my question for you is how would you set them up?  

 

Rods wise i have:

Loomis Conquest 844c MBR h/fast

Loomis GLX 783c MBR mh/fast

Loomis IMX Pro 853c JWR med/fast

St Croix MojoBass 7’1 med/fast

Edge rods Delta 744 MBR 7’4 mh/fast

Fenwick HMX 7’ med/fast

Daiwa Air’d 7’ med/fast

Scheels Guide series 6’6 mh/xfast

Lews TP1 Speedstick 7’3 mh/mod

 

Reels wise I have:

Daiwa strikeforce 6.3:1

Daiwa Fuego CT 6.3:1

Daiwa Tatula CT Type R 100hs 7.3:1

Daiwa Tatula 100HS 7.3:1

Shimano Curado 200K 7.3:1

Shimano Metanium MGL 7.3:1

 

How would you mix/match and such...  

 

 

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Perhaps put the two 6.3:1 gear ratio reels on whatever sticks you plan on presenting sub-surface moving baits with.

After that - it's a wash as everything's the same.

btw - ever get your rig registered ?

A-Jay

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8 minutes ago, A-Jay said:

Perhaps put the two 6.3:1 gear ratio reels on whatever sticks you plan on presenting sub-surface moving baits with.

After that - it's a wash as everything's the same.

btw - ever get your rig registered ?

A-Jay

Yes I did get the boat registered.  It was a major pain in the rear though with all the hoops I had to jump through.  

 

So so currently I have the Lews mh/m rod paired with the fuego reel.  That one I am happy with for throwing the crank baits.  Around here we are fishing in pretty shallow stuffs.  I mean most holes around here are only 12-15 feet deep.  

 

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