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I've been throwing a lot of tubes this year and i've been using

6'8" medium heavy/fast

6'6" medium/fast

Depends on how much weight i'm adding to that tube.

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Dragging of flipping?  If its flipping them t-rigged, I like a fast and heavy rod.  I've been doing quite a bit of draggin' in Lake Ontario this year, and by far I favor a longer moderate taper, medium power rod for this.  Heavier, faster rods work fine for this, but after hooking the fish the the softer, slower rod does a better job of taming the fish with a heavy tube weight that wants to come unbuttoned.

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7' Medium Power/ Fast Action for all soft plastics.

8-)

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For flipping 4" tubes into weeds, brush or other heavy cover I use a 7' or 7'6" H power rod. I also do a lot of tube dragging for SM as well, and use a 7' Med. power, fast action spinning rod.

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