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Evergreen Noisy Dachs 180, magdraft freestyle, S waver 168, Ben Parker spoon

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I'm looking for a rod that can bridge a gap in my setups. Currently the heaviest rods I own all go to 1.5oz. 13 F Envy Black Flipping stick - 1.5 Oz & Diawa Dx type H glass rod 1.5oz. Currently the diawa has gotten s waver 168 duty but even that feels too much. I'd like to throw this nosiy dachs 180 but at 0.7 ounces heavier than the waver I think I need a bigger rod. Really around 1.25oz to 3.25oz. I'm looking for a fairly budget stick to get that duty done.I currently own a fair amount of high end tackle but I just don't think I can justify it for this type of fishing. Maybe I'm wrong. I assume a standard shimano casting reel will be fine. My r

 

OH and I have a 13 F defy black 8'0H swimbait rod 4-8oz that I joke is a defensive weapon because it's a giant heavy pole cue. It'd be great for jousting! 

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I throw mags, the 168, 68 hudd, and boom boom shad on an academy ethos heavy.  Really any jig or frog rod should be fine for the waver and mag.

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I use the Scott Martin 7’3” Frog/Swimbait rod to throw my 168 S Wavers, works fine for me. Could probably have a slightly slower tip and that would make it fantastic but whatever. I use a mono leader to give some stretch. 

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Is there a rod that could double down on all these 1-3 Oz tasks including even maybe a 10xd?

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