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  1. Hello all, For you consideration are five different rods, three JDM and two domestic, for sale. I bought these rods for fishing 24-32" stripers from a large freshwater spillway nearby that always has a very heavy current going. I have determined these not to fit my needs but they are each fine rods in like-new condition. Notes: * The rods weights shown below are as I have measured myself, not manufacturer claimed. The rod actions are my personal assessment as is the sweet spot, which can be interpreted as +/- 0.25 oz. Additional pictures can be provided upon request. Prices are firm but I'll offer -10% for two rods, -20% for three rods, etc. Unless otherwise indicated, prices include shipping. Accepting Paypal, Venmo, Zelle. Ships within 24 hrs of payment. I am located in Baltimore, MD. Shimano Coltsniper XR S96H Action - Fast-MF Length - 9'6” Rod Weight - 11.02 oz Casting weight - 2.2 - 4.2 oz (3.2 oz sweet spot) Line PE - 5.0 (max) Pieces - 2 (50/50 split) Comments - For its casting range, this is an extremely strong fighting rod with great sensitivty and feel. In addition to slaying rockfish, it easily handled +25 lb blue cats in heavy current. Nice large grips give it solid feeling in the hand while still being rather lightweight for its rating. I can't say enough good things about this rod - the 96M and 96ML rods from this series remain in my quiver. I'm only selling this one because I expected the casting range to be overrated, which it wasn't. Used once, never in the salt, rod sleeve included. Price - $319 Major Craft N-One NSS-962MH Action - Med-MF Length - 9'6” Rod Weight - 9.36 oz Casting weight - 1.4 - 2.8 oz (2 oz sweet spot) Line PE - 3.0 (max) Pieces - 2 (50/50 split) Comments - Super all-arounder rod with a wide sweet spot despite its MF action and the grip is amoung the nicest feeling I've held. Major Craft rods are widely regarded as punching well above their price point. I also have two other rods from this series that remain in my quiver - selling this one because I prefer faster actions. Used once, never in the salt, rod sleeve included. Price - $219 Daiwa Lazy 90L Action - MF Length - 9'0” Rod Weight - 4.42 oz Casting weight - 0.16 - 1 oz (5/8 oz sweet spot) Line PE - 1.2 (max) Pieces - 2 (50/50 split) Comments - Ridiculously lightweight for its length yet feels quick and responsive during the cast and retrieve, not whippy. This would make an excellent panfish or walleye rod which is what I got this for but never found the motivation to chase smaller game. Used once, never in the salt, rod sleeve included. Price - $179 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Then, these are the two rods readily avaiable domestically that most folks will have heard of Temple Fork Outfitters GIS SCS 1065-2 Action - MF Length - 10'6” Rod Weight - 11.13 oz Casting weight - 2 - 6 oz (3 oz sweet spot) Line PE - 3.0 (max) Pieces - 2 (60/40 split) Comments - Great rod, popular at the canal. Happens to be my favorite rod of this bunch but selling because I have moved to 50/50 split rods for mobility's sake. Condition is 8/10. Price - $149+ship Tsunami Trophy 2 Action - M Length - 10'0” Rod Weight - 11.07 oz Casting weight - 1/2 - 2 oz (1 1/8 oz sweet spot) Line PE - 3.0 (max) Pieces - 2 (70/30 split) Comments - This is the distance casting model and is a great rod for its price point. It has a parabolic action - too much so for my preference and the 60/40 split means it must go. Used once, never in the salt. $69+ship
  2. Hi, I was wandering what is the largest fish I could catch on my setup, I'm thinking about what weight- bluefin, yellowfin, amberjacks and similar fish. My Setup: Major craft Solpara SPS962MH - 20-60g Shore Jigging Medium Heavy Okuma Azores Z-55s- 29lb Max Drag (set to 6lb), it fits about 600m of line mentioned below Daiwa J-Braid 8x 20lb I'm especially curious about the bluefin and yellowfin tuna.
  3. Hi, I'm buying a new rod and can buy the Solpara for 110euro and the crostage for 150. Is it much of an upgrade going from Solpara to Crostage for 40euro extra? What are the differences between the two?