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I have a dilema, i have five rods and five reels.  they are :

Rods- falcon original- fc-5-17 m/h 7'

        ike rod - mi721hfb 7'2" h

        carrot stick -cltx731mh-f-c 7'3"

        okuma c3- c3-c-701mh 7'

        shimano cumura- cuc-x68mh mh extrah fast

reels-chronarch50 mg in left and right

       abu garcia revo

       abu garcia revo stx

       shiman curado 300e

which rod would you put with what reel and what application would you use it for? I fish from plastics to hard baits, from a boat and bank. thanks in advance .

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id do chronarch on a light bait rod

fastest ratio for worms/jigs

slowest ratio for cranks

i heard the revo is good for heavier baits

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Heres what i would do:

Curado 300E with Ike Rod 7'2 H: That should do well fishing small swimbaits, flipping grass, pitching, Carolina Rigs, Frogs (50lb BRAID!)

Chronarch on Cumara 6' 8" MH: That should fish Texas Rigs, Tubes, cranks, Buzzbaits, Senkos, Topwater

Revo STX with Falcon 7' MH: Texas Rigs, Tubes, Spinnerbaits, Buzzbaits, Senkos, Jigs, Crankbaits

Chronarch with Carrot Stick 7'3" MH" Spinnerbaits, Small Swimbaits, Tubes, Jigs, Texas Rigs, Carolina Rigs, Senkos, Topwater

Revo with Okuma: Jigs, Tubes, Texas Rigs, Carolina Rigs, Senkos, Spinnerbaits

I noticed that all your rods are MH with the exception of the Ike rod. All these rods can do pretty much the same work as the others depending on the pound test of line you use. You might want to look into a 7' M spinning rod to fill out your lineup for finesse like shakey heads and dropshots. Good lineup though.

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thanks for the replys, thats exactly how i had them rigged up just for storage. I was thinking of using the carrot stick and chronarch for my shakey head just cause of the sensitivity and lightness with maybe 10 lb test, or i might just get a spinning outfit. thanks again alberto

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