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  1. I’m a die hard Dobyn’s rod guy, and would highly recommend the Champion Series. They are outstanding rods. Another rod i tried out this year is the Shimano Expride. It is super light, very sensitive, and a ton of backbone. I have quickly fell in love with this rod for my jig fishing.
  2. Money
  3. Guard
  4. Best of luck, Mike!
  5. Repel
  6. That’s my fear KB, he’s in drivers ed now, and i know as soon as he gets his license that he’ll be on the go. He really does love to fish so hoping he’ll find a balance.
  7. Yup, had some great trips together, but as he gets older i hope he won’t not find time. He’s turned out to be a great fisherman, and loves to go, so hopefully hooked for life!
  8. Got out this am with my son before the heat set in and managed a bunch of chunks. Lost a fish over 5, and got my finger opened up by a huge pickerel. Thought i was gonna bleed out! Lol Bite was great till sun poked out and then died like a light switch.
  9. Odd
  10. Ladder
  11. Cardiac
  12. Park
  13. Highly disagree. Sensitivity is the major factor for me when selecting a rod. It’s true that most rods will detect a “hard” strike from an aggressive fish, but a rod with no feel will miss most soft bites, especially in deeper water. It helps not only with detecting bites, but also what my lure is doing during my retrieve.