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Crankbait Setup??

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Im currently looking for a good crankbait setup(rod/reel) i already own a Loomis GL3 and a Daiwa fuego that i use for worms and jigs..Just want some opinions on what to get. Im looking at the loomis crankbait series rods right now and the daiwa zillion, but from what i've read the zillion is to fast for cranking..just need some help thanks guys

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If you would consider a round reel, my deep diving rig is a Lamiglas

SR705R matched with a Shimano CTE200GT (5.0:1). It's sweet!

p.s. The SR705R is on sale at Cabela's:

http://www.cabelas.com/cabelas/en/common/search/search-results1.jsp?QueryText=sr705r&N=4887&Ntk=Products&Ntx=mode+matchall&Nty=1&Ntt=sr705r&noImage=0

8-)

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If you would consider a round reel, my deep diving rig is a Lamiglas

SR705R matched with a Shimano CTE200GT (5.0:1). It's sweet!

p.s. The SR705R is on sale at Cabela's:

http://www.cabelas.com/cabelas/en/common/search/search-results1.jsp?QueryText=sr705r&N=4887&Ntk=Products&Ntx=mode+matchall&Nty=1&Ntt=sr705r&noImage=0

8-)

RW, from what i've been reading its been saying i need a m/mf action rod...The SR705r says fast...my GL3 is a 7 ft MH fast action rod copuld i just use that? also dont really like the round reels have anything else in mind? and do i have to use a 5.0 reel could i use like a 6.3?

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The rod is rated Moderate Action on the Lamiglas website:

http://www.lamiglas.com/prod_indiv.php?id=38

All components are top shelf and the rod is stout. I think

this is the ideal rod for big treble hook lures and deep divers.

8-)

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FWIW - As a rod builder, I think that Lamiglas rods and blanks are the most underrated in the industry. They are light, sensitive and tougher than nails. They are keeping fiberglass rods in the hands of good fishermen. Quality for the buck, they can't be beat and for some applications, they can't be beat for any price. JMHO

Ronnie

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