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http://www.***.com/E21_21_Carrot_Gold_Stix_Casting_Rods/descpage-E21GCC.html

7'10''M Carrot Stix Gold

great for throwing cranks of all sizes....I threw an Owner Cultiva 78sp rip'n minnow, Cordell big-o, Rapala DT10, and SK Series 6 today on mine, handles them all very well

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Falcon bucoo BCC-4-176

$109.99 at TW free shipping.

I was thinking about this one.  I have it in the 7' model. do you think the 7'6" model would handle deep cranks well?

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shimano compre, its not split but it can sling baits very far,

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Believe it or not, but check out the Bass Pro Shop crankin stick.

For the money you can't beat it.  ;)

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Falcon bucoo BCC-4-176

$109.99 at TW free shipping.

I was thinking about this one. I have it in the 7' model. do you think the 7'6" model would handle deep cranks well?

Yea it does, I have the same rod but it's the lowrider series.  The handle length might through you off but trust me it's long enough to make two handed casts. ;)

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Go check out denali rods. they have some really nice rods for good prices. I think they have the best under $100 rod in the Jadewood that i have used in a long time. I have the 7' and 7'6" crank rod and man these things are sweet

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That quantum KVD 7'10" rod would be right at your price point. I don't have one, but I know a few that do that say they like it very well. For a glass compostirod it is pretty light.

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Believe it or not, but check out the Bass Pro Shop crankin stick.

For the money you can't beat it. ;)

x2

The normal price isn't bad at all, when they go on sale it's just ridiculous.

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I'm really liking the bucoo bcc4 176. I'm just concerned that it will not have the back bone for deeper cranks.  I have the 7' model of the same rod and when I really whip on it with a dd22 tied on i feel like I could break it. but it hasn't yet and I can get some serious distance with that rod.

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My cranking stick is a 7'6" M.  If I had to do it again, I'd go 7'6" MH.  It launches baits a mile, but a little whippy for deep cranking and ripping traps thru grass, IMO.

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I've got the 7'10'' kvd rod. It's got a good action and you can throw big cranks a MILE.

it's a tad heavy but that's to be expected with a nearly 8' glass/comp. rod

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I got a 7'8" Pinnacle Perfecta, MH/medium. I got it for $169.99, but you'll probably get it for less than $150 if you buy it during the thanksgiving sale.

Just boasting, but I'm yet to lose a fish on it; no kidding. It's crazy sensitive, but doesn't tear the hook out of the fish's mouth.

Oh, and IMHO, get the longest rod you are comfortable with.

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I got a 7'8" Pinnacle Perfecta, MH/medium. I got it for $169.99, but you'll probably get it for less than $150 if you buy it during the thanksgiving sale.

Just boasting, but I'm yet to lose a fish on it; no kidding. It's crazy sensitive, but doesn't tear the hook out of the fish's mouth.

Oh, and IMHO, get the longest rod you are comfortable with.

This rod is on my Christmas wish list and I'm pretty sure it's goin to come true.

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For $140 you can get a 7'6" MH/M GBlanks custom rod. That's what I use for deep cranking.

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Thanks for all of the replies and information guys. I'm in between the bucoo bcc4-176 and the pinnacle perfecta.  we'll see.  I don't think I'll be needing to deep crank for a while anyway.

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