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What Technique’s is a 7ft. Medium/Fast Spinning Rod Best Suited For?


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If your cover allows it, I like ML for finesse and DS. M for me is a decent universal, almost so all rod.  Light trigs (3/16 or 1/4) creatures, worms, single tail thingies, weightless senkos, smaller cranks and jerks (it will do if you don’t have this niche filled), top water, and heavier drop shot. Speaking for my neck of the woods mostly. 

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It will do just about anything, including cranks.  The issue with power is mostly matching the power to the weight of the lures being cast so that it loads nicely.   But as I always say, one cannot have too many rods.  This is a good place to start, but far from the last place to go.

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Someday I’ll figure out how to skip with a baitcaster, but for now I use a 6’10 or 7’ medium spinning rod and it works great with “soft” soft plastics like Zman or Xzone. 
 

can also work great with other t-rigs like Senkos and such too. 
 

can also work with squarebills and lighter crankbaits in a pinch. 

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