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Which Blank to go with?

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Me using 1326 and a Roberts Ranger that goes 2.75-3.25 ounces, can’t recall which. 
 

Another angler took a video and extracted these frames individually. I have skipped some but you can see this blank load and mostly unload. 
 

This casting stroke was based on a UK-based Carp angler and distance casting champ.

 

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On 2/28/2021 at 9:50 PM, flyangler said:

Add another fan of S2 1326, pre-graphene in my case. I have only used a VR125 on it spooled with 30# 832. Late last year I bought a spool for a 150 which fits on the 125 rotor and lined that with 40# 832. 
 

Mike said it, you can toss 3/4-1 ounce with the tip and yet boom out 3.5-4 oz. 

 

Is the VR125/150 or Gosa 5k/6k small for the rod? Perhaps and it could easily carry a 200 or 6500/8000. 

Loved my S2-1326 paired with my VS150 spooled with suffix 832 20# braid.

Casts metals and epoxy jigs into orbit with very little effort. I was reaching Albies with smaller presentations way out of reach of most guys casting big heavy metal     

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4 hours ago, flyangler said:

out of curiosity, why did you shorten the butt? what gain was there for those 9"?

I wanted something I can plug with all night. I already have some 12’ Century blanks I use strictly for distance 

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