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Somehow, I know it won't be my last. >;)

Now for the perfect-rod search.

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Now for the perfect-rod search.

How about a Zillion rod ?

I just took mine out for the first time on Christmas day and I'm in love with it......great look too.

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Now for the perfect-rod search.

How about a Zillion rod ?

I just took mine out for the first time on Christmas day and I'm in love with it......great look too.

x2 it seems only fitting. 8-) congrats

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I x3 the Zillion rod, I have both the Zillion rod(bought the 6'9" MH) & reel now...a pefect match! Next choice would be the new Kistler Argon or something cheaper the St Croix Mojo.

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The Zillion rods are sweet.  

I want a rod to handle heavier hard wakebaits, hard swimbaits and big jerkbaits. Things with big trebles.

I'm partial to cork, and Fenwicks. So I'm thinking I may order a Techna AV 7'6" or 8" MH/M.

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Next choice would be the new Kistler Argon  

If you're going to spend the money, go with an extra $60-70 and get the Helium LTA.

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Why not pair it to a New 09" Fenwick Elite Tech Bass rod? That would be a sweet setup.

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Why not pair it to a New 09" Fenwick Elite Tech Bass rod? That would be a sweet setup.

I haven't ruled that out. I put it on my 7'3" Elite Tech Crankshaft rod and it feels great and looks great, too. The rod is rated from 3/8 oz to 1oz. I wanted something rated a wee bit heavier.

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I thought I read in Bassmaster that Fenwick is coming out with an elite 7'1" heavy rod that is capable of throwing small swimbaits. Might want to check it out.

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Like their 7'9" swimbait rod rated for lures 1-3oz, it will probably be  too fast for baits with trebles.   I want something slower for jerkbaits and hard swim/wake baits.  The Crankshaft rod would be perfect.  I just wish it were rated for heavier lures.

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