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If you had to pick ONE reel, ONE rod, and ONE spool of line (brand and lb test) for ONE whole year of fishing, what would it be. You don't have to own it, or have ever touched it.

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u lik dis 1?

F6-69X THP Super Destroyer III

Medium Fast, ¼-1 ¼ oz., 12-25 lbs.

This is the third generation Super Destroyer, our flagship model. With redesigned rear grip, cork handle and faux marble finish, it has transformed into one of the most distinct looking bait rods in the series. It is powerful, yet surprisingly light and perfectly balanced, if there is anything you could not do with other models, you can do it with Super Destroyer.

http://www.megabassusa.com/images/1_44_1176449229_F6-69X_THP.jpg

mabe we put new Core 50MG on dis?

http://www.***.com/descpageRLCSHIMANO-SC50MG.html

spul up sum Seaguar #12 ABRAZ X 100%

http://www.***.com/descpageLNESEAGUAR-SIF.html

we set, ok?

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GLX MBR844C/ Core 50MG/ #12 Yo-Zuri Hybrid

8-)

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Shimano Core 50mg7 paired up with a Shimano Cumara 7'2 MH extra fast, Spooled up with Sunline Super Natural Monofilament in Jungle green 10lb test.

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Daiwa TD Ito 103M

Evergreen Temujin 66MH "Air Driver"

Sunline Super Natural 10 lb.

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Loomis GLX BCR 853.

Abu Revo, Avail spool centrifugal, 7.1 Duralumin gears from the Akatsuki Elite, orange seal bearings, ceramic Pawl, BassArt carbon handle, Carbontex swept handle, custom anodized swept drag star, and a custom paint job. Some sort of half green/half bronze-ish color scheme to represent large and smallmouth bass.

Yo-Zuri Hybrid, 10lb

The reel is going to be a winter project.

The rod....I'll just stick with the my Mossyback version of it.

It would suck picking just one. I would miss having a spinning rod.

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St. Croix Avid AVS68MXF. Shimano Saros 2500, Yozuri hybrid 6lb test.

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Gblanks 6'9" MH/Fast

Abu Garcia Revo Premier

12 lb Stren mono

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Since you didn't limit us to ONE species, I'd have to go with a spinning rig... Sahara 2000 on a 6'6" Compre  MH with 8 lb Stren. Will work for everything from crappie to walleye.

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STEEZ 103HA Reel

STEEZ STZ701MRBA-FL Rod

#8 Yo-Zuri Hybrid Ultra-Soft

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In thinking about this thread I've come to the conclusion that the baitcaster really is more versatile.

It just seems like even spinning tackle presentations can be accomplished on baitcasting equipment.

And it isn't visa versa. I can't see pitching a jig with a spinning rod, and I honestly can't stand using moving baits with a spinning rod.

Cranks etc.

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Evergreen Super Stallion.  Daiwa Steez 100SHA. 55 lb Samurai Braid.

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Cream of the Crop !

Daiwa Steez 100SHA 7:1 reel

G.Loomis MBR842 7' MedFast rod

P-Line CX Prem 12# Moss Green line

If you're surprised I didn't pick a Steez rod, then go fish a MBR842 against any Steez rod and you will understand. But this is ONLY if I have to pick 1 setup, otherwise I will definitely have several Steez combos with me.

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Shimano Calcutta CT100B

Shimano Crucial CRC-X610MH

Berkley Big Game 15# Mean Green

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For what I mostly do -places I could stay happy:

-MH spinning rod (8-15lb)

-Wide-spool reel

-20#braid w/various leader materials:

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This combo is always with me, it has caught hundreds of fish from 1# runners to 40+# tarpon, used sea walls, piers and surf.

7'6 Hurricane Redbone med 8/17 with a Abu Soron 40, 15# PP, 30# Ande leader, also my longest casting combo. Not my prettiest or smoothest but prefer it to my Stradic and Cabo of same size.

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In thinking about this thread I've come to the conclusion that the baitcaster really is more versatile.

It just seems like even spinning tackle presentations can be accomplished on baitcasting equipment.

And it isn't visa versa. I can't see pitching a jig with a spinning rod, and I honestly can't stand using moving baits with a spinning rod.

Cranks etc.

More versatile ? NO

What most people like  ---> yes

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