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Zillion or 50MG

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Help me decide guys!

Toss up between two totally different reels.

Jigs and worm fishing mostly.

Want a light reel but high speed is intriguing as well.

What about power?

Argh I hate trying to make decisions. Especially on two totally different reels. If Gman gets back to me with my offer I "may" be pairing one of these with a GLX 854 7'1" Loomis. What would be the better fit?     :-/   :-/   :-/

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Just get both, and you can give me the one you don't want.

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Just get both, and you can give me the one you don't want.

If my wife has her way I won't be getting any of this stuff.

Keep trying to tell her that stimulus package is coming in so why not just throw it on the card.

She keeps telling me that money should be going towards a house.

Who needs a house!   ::)  ;D

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Get ya a revo aton better in my opinion and half the price. Oh, and the house heck thats why we got double wides.

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well the main thing you will wanna look at is the line caps ,,, speeds ... now the zillion is a great caster ,, however the 50mg will cast liter lures easyier .... i use my zillions for t-rigs ,, jigs ,,, any thing with weight ... now the zillion will cast a weightless senko with ease ..... so the line cap issue really depends on what line you wanna run .... the zillion has a nice line cap ,,, where the mg holds 85yds of 12lb i believe ... also you may wanna think about witch reel will ballance your rod better .... theres alot to think about ... for worms id go zillion but thats what i fish  :)

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Both reels are good choices and each one has its own advantages.

I think the Chronarch casts and pitches the lighter stuff allot better than the zillion but I would say the zillion has more powerful gearing  and more line capacity.

So depending on the weight of the lures you'll be using and line capacity each one has it's own advantages. Both are great choices and I don't think you could go wrong with either one.

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