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E21 Carrot Stick Question?

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I was looking at these rods on the internet and noticed that they make a 7'6 im assuming for flipping. I thought these rods were not designed for bottum bouncning i thought they was more a cranking rod? I bought a shimano flipping stick a while back and i am extrememly new to a flipping stick and was just wondering if these E21 7'6 would be any lighter then the Shimano 7'6 i have? I just feel that if i had a rod that was a little more lighter i would enjoy a little more.

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I can gaurantee you it is lighter than your shimano.  I have one paired with a Shimano core and it is just about 10oz total. 3.5 coming from the carrot stix

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If you think you will like light, the carrot is the way to go.  People can say what they want, but nobody can argue about the lightness of this rod.

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Buy one, you won't regret it.

Give The Bass Shoppe in Abingdon a call.  They might have some in stock for you to handle.

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I have a 7' spinning carrot and i do everything with it. Have been jigging right now and having success. If you want a light rod Carrot Stix  is the way to go.

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I love the one I have 6'6" med.  I use it for topwaters, got it paired with a Revo STX.   It will cast a mile and weighs nothing.

I will be getting more in stock here as I can.  My warehouse is a little slow on getting them in but they get a shipment every week, so if you need one ordered shoot me a PM.

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I have the 7'6" and I love it.  I havent even used it as a flipping rod yet.  Been throwing smaller swimbaits on it since March and it works perfectly with baits up to 2.5 oz.

Like Burley said, you wont regret it.

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