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Which Bucoo for crankin?

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I've heard that the bucoos rod power is not rated correctly so that a MH is actually a M.  I was looking at the 6'6" for cranking is shallow to medium depth and also to use topwaters like poppers or walking baits.  If anyone has one any info would be appreciated.  :)

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I bought the BCC-5-1610 (6"10' MH) and I plan on using it for my square bill cranks(LC RC's) and anything similar. the tip seems to work perfect with that.

For a rod around $100, you can't beat it.

Good luck with your purchase.

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I was looking at the 6'10" MH and I wanted to use it for lighter plastics too and since it says finesse jig and worm rod I think this is the right choice. Thanks!

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would the 7' m be good for deep cranks????

In my opinion, no. Like he stated above, these rods are underpowered. So a med is to light to handle the deep cranking.(IMO)

You really do need to feel them if you can to see what I mean.

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