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Which Symetre for 7' MH Rod?

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Which Symetre is the right size for a 7' MH rod?  I'm thinking the SY2500FI?  I want to make sure I mail order the right size :o

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That is what I would use.  Mine are 2000s because they are old.  I use that size on everything above 5'9".

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 Have a 2500 mounted on a 6' MH and really like it...

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Really depends on the line size you are using. I almost always fish 8 lb, so the 2500 is perfect. Shimano gives a line capacity rating on each reel, so you can use that as a guide (2500 is rated for 6,8,10).

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whichever you want all about personal preference go to a store and try out the 1500, 2500, and 4000 and see which one fits your application the best

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I have a older 4000 series on a 7ft. MH Clarus. I use it saltwater fishing with 10-12 # line. However the new Symtre 4000's are built on a bigger frame and are heavier. I have one on a 7ft. Key Largo, it is a little heavy. I would go with the 2500 series for Bass fishing. :o

Hope this helps,

Big T

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Ever since I read the article of how KVD is able to make superhuman long casts, I've switched to the 4000 series Symetre.  IT is a WORLD OF DIFFERENCE!  The line also has less memory because of the increased size of the spool.

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