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Xf For Jig And Worm

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Thinking about getting a Shimano Crucial from Tackle Warehouse (The 6'10" MH XF). I would be buying it for fishing jigs and worms. In the past have always used a fast action for throwing t-rigged plastics as well as jigs. How well would an XF rod work for throwing jigs and worms?

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If you're referring to the CRCX610MH, I have this rod. Shimano says it's good for:

spinnerbaits, buzzbaits, Texas rigs, jigs and Flukes

I love this rod and it is definitley up to those duties.

So the answer to your question is yes! :D

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I had a Powell Max M/XF spinning for over a year for T-rigs and finesse jigs. Decided to go with a Dobyns Savvy M/F to replace it.

Long story short, I didn't like the Dobyns at all for bottom-contact baits, although it made a great spinnerbait rod. Returned the Dobyns, and ordered another Powell M/XF.

It's a personal preference thing though I guess. I'm too used to an XF tip for jigs and stuff.

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