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Lets say hypothetically you could only take out one spinning set up and one casting..what would it be? line size? rod length? Don't say depends on where I'm fishing...KVD pulls up says grab a spinner and a caster....which 2 you gettin??

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Daiwa Sol on a Falcon Cara T7 7' Med Hvy 12 lbs YoZuri ultrasoft

Shimano Symetre on a Falcon LowRider 7' Medium YoZuri 8 lbs ultrasoft

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Dobyns 702 *7ft* Spinning Rod - 15lb Braid / 8lb Fluoro Leader

Dobyns 766 *7ft 6in* Casting Rod - 65lb Braid 

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6'6" spinning MF with 6# Yo-Zuri Hybrid. 7' MHF baitcast with 15# P-Line CXX. I'm good to go Kevin. 8-)

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Baitcaster - Shimano Curado E5; Shimano 7' crucial MH rod; 12-pound fluorocarbon line.

Spinning Rig - Shimano 2500 Stradic MgFB or the FI; Shimano 6'8" Cumara MH rod; 8-pound Yo-Zuri Hybird line. 

Now, with that said, any good rod and reel will do.

Think about the baits you will be throwing and go with mono for treble hook baits and flouro for everything else.

If you are going to skip docks and under cover, go with a 6'6" spinning rod.

BPS and Cabella's rods are fine. As are the other brands so don't get caught up in a high end brand name unless you feel more comfortable with the Kistlers and G. Loomis rods, etc.

Just grab one of each type of rod; put your reel on it; and go fishing and don't worry about it.  :)

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MBR842C/ Core 50MG7/ #12 Yo-Zuri Hybrid

St. Croix ES70MF/ Stella 2500FB/ Hybrid #6

Rigged and ready...Hope to see you at Pickwick!

8-)

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Cast - G.Loomis MBR842C 7' MF/ Steez 100SHA / 12# P-Line CX

Spin - Steez Compile-X 6'8" MLF/ Steez 2500 / 8# P-Line CX

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Casting- 7'MH-F carbonlite #12 XPS flouro

Spinning- 7' M Pflueger supreme #10 suffix elite.

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I would take 2 casters:

Daiwa Steez 103HA/Dobyns DX703C/10 lb. Seaguar InvizX

Daiwa Alphas 103/Dobyns 684CB/10 lb. Sunline Super Natural

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Cumara CUSDX72M/ Stratic 2500 CI4/ 6# Yo-Zuri Hybrid

Dobyns 734C/ Zillion Coastal/ 65# Braid

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Nice....the yo zuri hybrid a nice line for baitcasting?

Yep, if you get the ultrasoft, more managable that the plain hybrid imho.

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Generally, all brands aside, I would bring these:

7' MH/F casting. 15-17 lb. fluoro.

7' M/F spinning. 15-20 lb. braid with an 8 lb. fluoro. leader.

I can fish just about everything I own effectively with these two setups, aside from hollow-body frogs fished in heavy pads.

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Shimnao Symetre 3000/ st. croix avid 6'8 mxf 6# xl

Citica Dsv100/ st. croix avid 6'6 m/hf 12# xl

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Kistler Z-Bone 7.6ft HF/Core 50mg - 14lb. XPS Fluoro

Kistler Helium LTA 7.0ft MF/Stradic 2500 CI4 - 30lb. Power Pro W/8lb. XPS Fluoro leader

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Steez 6'8" spinning rod with a stella 2500 and 8 lb flouro.

Steez 7'1" Compile X paired with a Shimano Aldebaran and 55 lb Samurai Braid.

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Kistler Helium 7" MH spinning & Stradic 2500

Kistler Helium 6'9" MH casting & Curado 201 E7

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ROD: Damiki Dark Angel Spinning Rod 6' 6 Med Hvy (1/4 to 1oz lures <> 12 to 20-lb line)

REEL: Shimano Stella 4000FD

LINE: Berkley 30-lb Fireline Tracer Braid

Kevin said I was only allowed one outfit :)

Roger

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Spinning- Abu Garcia Soron STX on a Shimano Cumara CUSDX68M

Baitcasting- Abu Garcia REVO Premier on a Daiwa Steez STZ671MHFBA

I really wish i could afford these.  That would be awesome.

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