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18-20 oz bait heaver, bait n 12

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Hi all,

 

Has any one tried cutting back the tip of a Lamiglas GSB 1362 MH to produce a rod to throw bunker heads and up to 12 oz sinkers? This would be a spin rod rather than conventional.

 

Or will this blank throw bait n 12 witout being cut.

 

Thanks in advance.

 

Capt Neil Faulkner

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I think Mike Lang has a 136 2MH that he chunks with, you want to PM him.

 

I fished my 122 1MH (extended to 11' 3") last night for the first time, 10oz and a big head barely put a bend in it yikes.gif I bet the 136 2MH will throw even more, just TommyTape some guides on it and give it a toss.

 

There's hardly a better feeling than the one you get from raining fish parts on France smile.gif

 

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You plan on throwing 12oz with a spinning rod. eek.gif You must have a fingers made of stone. I have a hard time throwing 6oz and clam with a 50# shocker without losing the end of my finger. I'm making the switch to conventional for bait.

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Hi guys,

 

Thanks for the replys.

 

The customers ask and I try to comply. You can't believe some of the requests!!!!

 

I will build without cutting the tip. I am told you need at least 8oz to load that blank.

 

I appreciate all your help as you guys fish these blanks and know their capabilities. There is no way I could know all these answers unless I spent 12 hours building and 12 hours fishing the blanks.

 

Thanks again,

 

Capt Neil

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