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i am thinking about buying g loomis cbr843 its 7 foot med action

are those rods good for shallow-med running crankbaits?

good senstivity?

what reel should i get i'm leaning towards to curado200e5

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i've own several g.loomis rods and they're excellent rods. that being said, i think their power ratings are a little off on their reaction rods. in the case of their crankbait rods, if you read the description and the 843 sounds perfect for you, get the 845. if the description for the 845 sounds perfect for your needs, go for the 847, etc. the CBR845 is g.loomis' top-selling crankbait rod for good reason...it fits the bill for most cranks. someone else gave me this advice when i was shopping for an 843...so, i bought the 845 instead and that advice turned out to be spot-on. same thing happened when i was shopping for the SBR812 spinnerbait rod...i got the SBR813 instead and, again, that advice was spot-on.

and, are they sensitive? oh yes...probably bordering on too sensitive for a cranking rod but that may just be me as i have a preference for slow, glass rods.

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