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  1. I asked too complicated a question yesterday - rephrasing so people can be helpful. Im choosing between the nexus casting rod MH or H. Would appreciate feedback of whether people who have the Nexus MH 1-4oz have used the rod in deeper water 40ft plus (like montauk) with heavier lures and found it capable of bucktailing for fluke, handling 6oz diamond jigs and three way eel rigs with 6-8oz when necessary...and if it can handle bringing up a bigger fish like a 40lb bass? Doesnt have to be perfect for those conditions, just good enough Conversely for people who have Nexus H 2-6oz have you found the above conditions fine ( i assume the answer is yes) and more importantly how would the rod be in bay like conditions 10-25ft of water with 1-2oz bucktails and is the adequate sensitivity there? Thanks
  2. Hey - Looking for a jigging rod that will spend 75 percent of it’s life in the bays fishing for fluke with 3/4 to 1.5 Oz bucktails in 10-25 feet of water, but also will spend 25 percent of its life out around montauk where I’d love for it to be able to size up to support heavier weights for deeper fishing for fluke / stripers, etc. Seems like the best options are the Nexus jigging, the Dark Matter Skinner rod and / or the tsunami classic slow pitch jigging rods from my diligence. 1) people who have the nexus - will the MH which states its 1-4 Oz be able to handle 6-8oz if push comes to shove in 80 feet of water in montauk every now and then or do I need to get the heavy 2-6 Oz? I heard the MH nexus can size up if needed, but wanted others opinions. Conversely does the Heavy 2-6oz have the sensitivity to fish a 1 Oz bucktail in 15 feet well? The priority is that bay fishing with 1 oz so would prefer the MH if it can size up. 2) anyone have the dark matter? It’s more expensive and claims to do everything I’m asking for. Willing to spend the money if it’s the only solution for my needs and really has that 1-8oz range with the sensitivity but always nice to save $50-$75 if possible 3) anyone have the tsunami classic slow pitch heavy? Would it do the trick? It’s states 2-6oz but I heard it’s more sensitive and could size down. It’s also the cheapest of the bunch think I’d pair any of these with a lexa 300 which seems to be a good reel for all of my needs. If anyone has thoughts there let me know. much appreciated!
  3. Hey - Looking for a jigging rod that will spend 75 percent of it’s life in the bays fishing for fluke with 3/4 to 1.5 Oz bucktails in 10-25 feet of water, but also will spend 25 percent of its life out around montauk where I’d love for it to be able to size up to support heavier weights for deeper fishing for fluke / stripers, etc. Seems like the best options are the Nexus jigging, the Dark Matter Skinner rod and / or the tsunami classic slow pitch jigging rods from my diligence. 1) people who have the nexus - will the MH which states its 1-4 Oz be able to handle 6-8oz if push comes to shove in 80 feet of water in montauk every now and then or do I need to get the heavy 2-6 Oz? I heard the MH nexus can size up if needed, but wanted others opinions. Conversely does the Heavy 2-6oz have the sensitivity to fish a 1 Oz bucktail in 15 feet well? The priority is that bay fishing with 1 oz so would prefer the MH if it can size up. 2) anyone have the dark matter? It’s more expensive and claims to do everything I’m asking for. Willing to spend the money if it’s the only solution for my needs and really has that 1-8oz range with the sensitivity but always nice to save $50-$75 if possible 3) anyone have the tsunami classic slow pitch heavy? Would it do the trick? It’s states 2-6oz but I heard it’s more sensitive and could size down. It’s also the cheapest of the bunch think I’d pair any of these with a lexa 300 which seems to be a good reel for all of my needs. If anyone has thoughts there let me know. much appreciated!
  4. Listing for a friend - Jigging World Nexus 701CHO 20-50# 2-6 oz. 9/10 condition $85 Pick up only on the Cape, Buzzards Bay, Boston area
  5. Brand new. Never fished. Tags attached. Jigging World Nexus XH (equivalent of cutting the top four inches off the heavy like Skinner) Quantum Accurist. 6.3.1 ratio model. Power handle added. 15lb suffix. $265 OBO picked up in Queens/Nassau
  6. For sale. Fished once. Mint. Tranx 300a with powerhandle and spooled with 15lb jbraid. Nexus 7’ extra heavy. Awesome fluke combo. Great for jigging tog. $400 local pickup Queens/Nassau
  7. So I recently made a purchase admittedly without doing all the research I should have. I bought a Jigging World Nexus and Quantum Accurist S3 PT lefty. From what I now realize the rotation of the guides should be to the opposite side of the reel handle. I'm having difficulty finding this rod wrapped in the opposite direction. My dilemma is if having both the guide and handle to the same side is defeating the purpose of having a spiral wrapped rod and if I should make a different rod choice.
  8. Used twice and washed down. 7’ extra heavy model. Perfect action for fluke bucktailjng. Very light. Great rod. $140 picked up Queens/Long Island.
  9. I recently acquired a jigging world nexus 7' mh spinning rod (15-40lb, 1-4oz) to target fluke primarily. I'll be jigging from a boat most outings and fishing from the shore some. Looking for recommendations on a spinning reel to pair with it. Would like to keep the price under $200...
  10. For sale is a nexus spinner. 7’6 model. Used twice. Washed down. Has minor marks of wear. Very nice light tackle rod. Fished it for fluke and blues. Price adjusted because it’s used. $100 picked up/meet up in Queens/Long island. Firm. Reel not included.