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Looking to purchase a good mid priced mainly flip/pitch jigging set up.  Any help is appreciated. read a few articles so I know basically what I need just looking to be pointed in a more specific direction.

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It all depends on how tall you are, exact price range and the cover you are fishing. A good set-up i can recommend is a Powell 705C and a Revo S. The rod is $139 and the reel can be had new on Ebay for around $90. I now use a Falcon Cara T7 Amistad(7' 3") rod and a Revo STX for those techniques. The Cara rod is $155(for me) and the Revo is about $160 on Ebay new. The possibilities are endless really!  

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I now use a Falcon Cara T7 Amistad(7' 3") rod and a Revo STX for those techniques. The Cara rod is $155(for me) and the Revo is about $160 on Ebay new. The possibilities are endless really!

I also use the Falcon Caras and Revo's are great too. I'm using old green Curados and can't put'em down for some reason....old dog I guess. This set up has done me right for quite some time.

Big O

www.ragetail.com

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Quality reels @ a reasonable price (short list)

Abu Garcia: C3 & C4 or Revo S

Daiwa: Tierra Series, Megaforce Plus, or Trillionaire

Pflueger: Trion & Purist

Quantum: Code or Accurist

Shimano: Cardiff or Citica

Quality rods @ a reasonable price (short list)

All Star: Team All Star

American Rodsmith: Team Series

Berkley's Series One

Daiwa: Tierra or S-Casting

Falcon: Original series or LowRider XG

Fenwick: HMG

Quantum: Energy PT

Shimano: Compre

St. Croix: Mojo Bass or Premier

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With the current specials on the Cabela's XML rods you could try the technique specific or a general purpose 6'6" or 7'0" MH rod and put more $$ into the reel selection.  Once you know what you like, or don't like, in the XML configuration, maybe next year you can upgrade to something that is closer to meeting your specific needs.

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