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Two rods for NorCal coast?

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Hey fellas, do you carry a second rod with you when fishing the beach?

 

Or do you carry just one?

 

Been thinking of a second rod for bait/sandcrabs using a pyramid sinker and the other for artificial.

 

And if you do carry a second rod, do you carry on your pack or other?

 

Thinking being more mobile and fish more of the beach rather than just camping out in one spot.

 

Thanks!

 

 

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I carry 1 rod for any given beach trip. If targeting perch I bring that gear. If targeting bass I bring that gear. I am always take the more mobile approach. 

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Thx Sal!

 

Trying to fight the urge for more gear this year but often wonder if I am missing out if I dont have what I need.

 

Tournament bass fishing created this tackle-hoe that I am now...LOL!

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I usually take two rods with me and leave one in the car. My first is a 9” Phenix that’s for lures of up to an ounce or ounce and a quarter. My other rod is a 10’6” fiberstar I use when I think the fish will go after a bigger profile or I want more distance. 

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I’ll be carrying 1, a 9’4 Lamiglas Redline 10-20lbs paired with a Stradic CI4 4000.  Hoping it’ll be light enough for for fun action with the perch but my main goal is stripers. Mid summer I’ll switch over to 11ft TFO GIS paired with Twin Power 5000 SW for the bigger stripers.  Fall I’ll switch over to 9’6 Tsunami Airwave Elite with Slammer 3 5500 for the really big ones.  

Atleast that’s the plan hahah

I’m new to surf fishing.

 

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