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    I also jig fish the the 10ft Double Touch Rods that CatchNgrease mentioned. Nice rods for the money!

    For casting my all time favorite rod is an All Star AST Drop shot bass fishing rod. Lots of tip but got a good backbone just incase you need it. I think I caught it on sale for around 45-55 bucks several years ago.
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    I use the 10 foot all star rod with 11/2 pound invisi braid for single pole jigging.

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    2016 Lowe st 175 merc 60 4 stroke, helix 9 si / helix 9, terrova us2 with link, drift master rod holders . I fish because the voices in my tackle box tell me to, and who am i to argue
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    B an m or Allstars that's my opinion for a reasonable price

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    where are you all getting the 10' allstar rods
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    https://www.facebook.com/sfscustom/
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    I use a B&M crappie Jack in,11 foot for hitting treetops

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    I have a bunch of B&M poles and several ACC crappie stix the ACC is the best rod that I have ever used, they are priced lower than the B&B poles lighter with more back bone and sensitive canít beat them. Just my 2 cents.


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    I have a bunch of of different manufactures rods.
    Acc crappie stick with winn grip seems kind of heavy but still throws the light stuff. Also they sell extra tips
    The acc 12 foot Winn grip is also good if you like hybrid rear seat handle

    b n m super sensitive or Russ Bailey 10.5 are also nice with softer tip

    my southern crappie rod 9 footers are nice too however those and 10s have new out of stock for months

    i have been likeing Leeís cs 100 or 200 reels $76 on Amazon also the cadence cs 5 for about $55 also a very good reel so far. Cs 4 slightly cheaper but also good
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    I like the ProanglerTackle 10 foot rod. They have two options. One for trolling and one for single pole fishing. I have used these rods for over 7 years. Good stuff.
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    Correct me if I'm wrong you want a rod to cast with your president and a jigging pole. For casting its hard to beat St. Croix rods. Don't know how much you want to pay but you can buy one from about 110 on up. I like southern rods for trolling and jigging. Very high quality and Ed. Dukes is a fine man and stands behind his product. I broke one and it was my fault. I called him to order a new piece. I told him how I broke it and asked how much an end section would be. He sent me one free. Since I have all southern trolling rods and am fixing to order another one.
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