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Favorite Pixy Rods?

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I recently purchased 3 Daiwa Pixy's... 2 - Airy Red's and one yellow pixilla... and now I need 3 new dance partners for them...

I've got $ 400.00 in gift cards for Cabela's and $ 200.00 in gift cards for BPS that need to be used up... so what rods do you guys like the best for your pixy's?

I've been thinking abouth the St. Croix Legend Elite LEC68MXF... and the GLoomis BCR 802 GLX... any other ideas?

Will be my first experience with JDM reels... so I just wanted to get a feel for what everybody else is pairing them up with... open to JDM rods as well if I can find them... seems like everywhere I check there sold out/ out of stock... throw some ideas my way... help me spend my gift cards...

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I pair my Pixies to several rods but to me:

The ultimate Pixy rod is the GLoomis CR721.

CR721IMX + Daiwa Pixy + 6 lb P-Line CXX = FUNtastic !

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Dobyn's 701 and 702. I use the 701 for weightless 4 inch finesse worms. I am going to try the 702 for 4" weightless worms and switch my 701 to small crappie type jigs for some ultra light baitcasting.

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I have mine on a GLX MBR782 rod.

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A Pixy Rod of course! ;D

Really though, if you don't want to spend a lot on a rare collectible rod, the BCR 802 GLX is an awesome match for the pixy.  The MBR 842 GLX is another to consider as it is definitely more versatile than the BCR 802 GLX.

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I have the MBR842C matched up with a Core 50.

This is really a great combination. I suspect the

Pixy would be a great fit, too!

8-)

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A bcr802glx or a bcr852glx both for bottom contact baits. I have 2 Pixzilla's these are the 2 rods they are on love both of them. Thinking of getting another for a flipping stick.

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