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Looking for a glx spinning rod for weightless worm & other finese fishing. own a mbr844c & a cbr843 & love them.but need something lighter.  what would you suggest for finese?

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Looking for a glx spinning rod for weightless worm & other finese fishing. own a mbr844c & a cbr843 & love them.but need something lighter.  what would you suggest for finese?

I have the DSR820S GLX Dropshot rod and I HIGHLY! recommend it! For dropshotting and shakey heads, it's hard to beat. JMHO.

Ronnie

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Looking for a glx spinning rod for weightless worm & other finese fishing. own a mbr844c & a cbr843 & love them.but need something lighter. what would you suggest for finese?

I have the DSR820S GLX Dropshot rod and I HIGHLY! recommend it! For dropshotting and shakey heads, it's hard to beat. JMHO.

Ronnie

x2

My buddy has 2 of these and I have used it plenty of times. Its a great rod...light and sensitive.

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The BSR803 GLX would make for an amazing rod.

Yes it is! It is my rod for light plastics and worms. Very highly recommend it as a light lure, ultra sensitive, spinning rod with plenty of backbone.

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BSR802 is my all-around spinning choice.  The DSR820 is just a little to whippy for me.  The SJR782 is nice also, but the BSR802 is just very crisp with the perfect amount of power.  

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BSR802 is my all-around spinning choice. The DSR820 is just a little to whippy for me. The SJR782 is nice also, but the BSR802 is just very crisp with the perfect amount of power.

I have one in the Mossyback Series that I bought on the flea market here.  Actually got a brand new one when the one I bought came broken, but that is beside the point.  When I first got it, I thought it was too light for what I wanted, but after fishing a time or two, I am quickly coming to love this rod.  Light enough to handle the lightest finesse stuff, but the butt comes into play nicely and with plenty of power.

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I have the 7'1" senko rod BSR852.  I love it so much I have a picture of it in my wallet.

Yep...802/852  Pick your poison.  The 2 power BSR's have won me over.  The 3 power rods are good, but they encroach on casting reel duty...those are powerful dudes!  The 2 power is more of a traditional spinning power, albeit with a super-ridiculous fast action that is notoriously BCR.

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thanks for the imput. They do make a heck of a rod :)

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Welcome aboard!

It looks like you found the advice you were looking for from some guys that really know their G. Loomis rods!

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