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Loomis CBR906C

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CBR906C

Length: 7'6"

Power:

Pieces: 1

Casting

Anyone have this Cranking rod?  I'm looking for a rod that can throw 1/2oz traps and dd22 or deeper divers that are approx 1 oz.

How does it perform for you?

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I use this rod for all my rattle trap and deep diving crankbait apllications. The rod loads nice and can launch those lures a mile. The only thing I could say bad about this rod is that I wish the back handle was a little longer.

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What size traps you mostly throw?

Reason for asking right now I throw a 7' rod and I can cast the lure farther then I can get a good hookset at.  I'm hoping I can increase hookset distance by atleast 20 ft or more.  

Ultra clear water.

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the 906 is pretty close to the 845...great for 1/2 oz. traps...but, in my hands, not the ideal rod for the fat free shads and dd-22's.

you may wanna look at the 847...you may not need a longer rod as much as you need a heavier power.

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I have a CBR 906 paired with a Calais DC7 for lipless cranks - the casting distance is absolutely insane and the rod hasn't let me down on hooksetting abilities.  I also wish the handle was longer, but it is an ideal lipless crank rod for me.  I will throw 1/4 to 3/4 oz. traps on this setup with no trouble at all.  I'm not crazy about this rod for deep cranks, however.  It handles them "ok" but I like other rods for this app.

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