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Advice on vendetta rods for specific techniques.

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I am looking to get one or two vendetta casting rods and i am wondering what the best length and action would be for a couple different techniques.

First one i am looking for a little bit heavier rod for throwing frogs in thick weeds and hopefully work decent for small swimbaits also. Needs to have the right tip to be able to cast hollow frogs but i am hoping there is one that can cast small swimbaits also.

Second i am looking for one that can cast senkos easily and sensitive enough to feel all the taps.

Also maybe a third one for small and medium swimbaits up to about 6 inches like the hardgill.

I am not good at know what type of rod will be good for certain techniques so i am hoping someone who has used these rods for the techniques or at least has a good general idea of what action taper ect makes for a good technique rod can give me some advice on getting the right one. I am looking for rods that can do a couple techniques well.

Thanks for any help.

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Frogs, Hollow Belly Swimbaits: 7'3" HXF

Senkos: 6'9" MHF

Bigger Swimbaits: Okuma Big Bait 7'6" H

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Frogs, Hollow Belly Swimbaits: 7'3" HXF

Senkos: 6'9" MHF

Bigger Swimbaits: Okuma Big Bait 7'6" H

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I have not used one, but have seen them at BPS. They seem to be a noticable bit stiffer than other rods of the same actions. Anyone else think this?

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thanks for the input have you used the vendetta or is that just a general guide?

I've been using the 6'9" for light pitchin'.  Spider jigs, grubs, jigs with beaver.

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i was actually looking at the 7'3 H rod for a frog rod as well... if anyone has used it, please reply and let me know how you like it

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I have not used one, but have seen them at BPS. They seem to be a noticable bit stiffer than other rods of the same actions. Anyone else think this?

I've used a few Berkley rods over the years and I have to agree with you.  The actions always seemed stiffer than others. 

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i was actually looking at the 7'3 H rod for a frog rod as well... if anyone has used it, please reply and let me know how you like it

I would like to here someones experience with this rod as well.

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i was actually looking at the 7'3 H rod for a frog rod as well... if anyone has used it, please reply and let me know how you like it
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I would like to here someones experience with this rod as well.

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