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I looked through previous threads and they didnt answer my question. I bought a reel with a 7.1:1 ratio and was gonna use it for spinnerbaits, i just need a decent rod for it. I was looking for something under $75 if thats possible.

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    Mine spinnerbait rod is All-Star Pro Series 6'6" MH casting rod.  The original price was $55.00, but the guy let it go for $50.00.  This is my dedicated spinnerbait/chatterbait rod and it works great!

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I use a Team All Star 6'4" spinnerbait rod, they are only $80 and are light and sensitive.

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I have a Shimano Clarus, they are in your price range, they come with a lifetime warranty too.. ;)

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i was in the same bought and bought a croix mojo 7foot m fast action for around 100 bucks. i like a slower action on my spinnerbait rods so thats what i went with. i do own a shimano crucial as well and the lifetime waranty is def a plus.  

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When I use my spinnerbaits I catch alot of fish by  letting them drop and hit the bottom every so often, would this make any difference in the type of rod I need to get? I want to make the right choice of the rod i get for my fishin style.

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I wouldnt say it would affect it too much, I mean a spinnerbait rod can be used as a jig rod and letting it fall seems like a jig approach. As for the kind of rod, ask on the forum if anyone has anything available, you might be able to get a compre or premier for around $75...maybe even a crucial.

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I just got a 7'MH Avid to use for spinnerbaits.  Before then, I was using a 7'MH BPS Bionic Blade which performed the task wonderfully and is affordable at the $50 they are right now.  They are a tad bit heavy but that never really bothered me, it felt about the same as the avid does.

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Cabelas has their XML series of rods on sale for 69.00 right now. They have a 7 ft medium heavy power fast action spinnerbait specific rod in that line. I just bought one but have yet had the chance to fish it.

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Cabelas has their XML series of rods on sale for 69.00 right now. They have a 7 ft medium heavy power fast action spinnerbait specific rod in that line.

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Has anyone used a Rhino Indestructible rod before? I have one of these that doesn't have a reel on it, could this serve as a good spinnerbait rod or no?

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