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Uses for Cumara's 6'3H Fast / 7'11" MH ExFast??

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I acquired the 7'11" MH Ex Fast Cumara in a trade and Cabelas has the 6'3"H Fast on sale for $109.00. Does anyone have any experience with these they could share? I have a another 6'0 rod that I have not used much at all. Am i missing out on something with rods shorter than 6'6"? I haven't had a chance to try the 7'11 since I got it. Would like it to be a deep diving crank rod? Description says lipless in sparse / heavy grass etc etc.

Thanks in advance for the input.

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I have the 6'3" Heavy. I tried to sell mine and now glad I kept it. I got it for big spinnerbaits in tight cover. And Topwaters in weeds. Weights nothing, but has the power to do whatever. I have a Curado E7 on mine. That is a Heck of a Steal.

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it is a great price. But I don't won't to drop a hundred and not use it.  I probably will get it for one place in particular that I used the only 6' I have. I haven't had much time on the water with the Cumara's but I had enough to know they are pretty nice. New premier for 188.00 on Amazon 2 days ago.   ;)

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I also got the Cumara Reaction 6'3 HF from Cabelas. Cost comes out $105 after applying the $30 off for the purchase of $150. It is a tad tip heavy compared to my other favorite rods. I have fixed the balance it by sticking a penny and a quarter at the butt end using rubber glue, works great. It's perfect for topwater lure for walk the dog. I'll post fix when I get a change on how the quarter weight looks when attached to the butt end.

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The 6'3" hvy. sounds like a good rod for bottom walking crawler harnesses. I'm just sayin.....

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I've been tossing inlines and other soft swimbaits on my 7-11 XF.  I'm rather fond of it for that, as well as throwing big spinnerbaits.

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the 7'11" rod can be used for a lot of things. I like em for buzz baits, punchin and flippin, swim baits, big jigs, carolina rigging. It really depends on the length rods you prefer. I like longer rods.

As for the shorter models can be good for tight quarters casting. I usually just pitch the bait in that case, but every body is different.

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