Seacoast Bob

Boat Rod Question

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3 hours ago, Seacoast Bob said:

Musky gear!  Of course!  Thanks RaccoonIs

Yup! Light weight and strong. Rainshadow rev710 and rev810 are similar specs too

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I use a Jigging World Black Widow 150. I went the custom route because I prefer a full rear grip on saltwater rods as oppose to the split grip found on their factory models. 

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Another nice thing about custom rods is you can choose the guides you want. Bigger guides help with casting distance and I don’t think there are many stock rods that start with a 40 or 50 Fuji K guide

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I am a tackle junkie so I try a lot of stuff and to be honest the new line of Offshore Spinning rods from NOMAD TACKLE is outstanding

 

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I bought one and liked it so much I bought the whole lineup and paired them with Saltiga’s , Stella’s , IRT’s and Accurate’s 

 

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they are 2 piece rods which are great for traveling and you need to spend double to get an equal rod. I am taking the lightest one to Florida for jacks in a few days 

 

 

Don’t take my word for it watch Peligic Pursuit’s Matt  hammer the snot out of them 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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On 6/21/2022 at 2:07 PM, John B said:

 Check out the Black Hole Challenger Bank spinning rods.  The 731M throws 1 to 4 oz.  The 761MH throws 3 to 6 oz.  

This would a perfect choice 

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