cashews121

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I am curious what stick you guys are using at this time of year for Stripers. I mean a rod that can throw the lighter stuff..down to 1/2oz if possible.. the only rod I have is my 9ft 1083 Arra that can accomplish this..rods that are at least 8ft. Thoughts?

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Odm DNA 9' is nice rod, looking forward to using mine more.

Airwave elite 8'8" what I used last year for small fish, decent rod for the $

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Or he can use the USA built Lamiglas he already has :)

 

Forget a  9’ ODM to replace your 9’ USA Lamiglas. If you want a lighter rod consider an inshore rod, preferably one made in USA. 

 

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23 mins ago, ged said:

Or he can use the USA built Lamiglas he already has :)

 

Forget a  9’ ODM to replace your 9’ USA Lamiglas. If you want a lighter rod consider an inshore rod, preferably one made in USA. 

 

Probably will be doing just that..just figured an 8ft would be long enough..oh well.

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3 mins ago, cashews121 said:

Probably will be doing just that..just figured an 8ft would be long enough..oh well.

Lamiglas and St Croix make some great salmon/steelhead rods too. I prefer a longer rod. 

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BH Suzuki special 10' is the perfect early spring rod, and the only rod I've carried so far this year.   Excels at small offerings, strong enough if you happen to get lucky.. 

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Star rod 9' 1/2 to 4 oz.  Stella lite for jetties, and a 11' Tsunami Airwave elite.

 1 to 4 1/2 oz from the beach.

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7 hours ago, cashews121 said:

What model GSB is that?

I don’t know the numbers but they only make two , an L = light and M = medium. Both are listed on their website. 

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