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    And you dont have to search individual forums.......used advanced search and search them all at one time.....search for spider rig rods brought this up....http://www.crappie.com/crappie/searc...rchid=20900818
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    South Bend 14 ft, check them out!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jigfisherx View Post
    I would think there would be a link dedicated just to spider rigging and/pulling cranks. If so I can't find one. If not I think it would be helpful for beginners like me to have as a resource.


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    I thought it was a good idea too. Sometimes the things you learn don't involve a "search" word or an idea or technique that you're familiar with. The main Crappie forum thread is too diverse. Im still trying to figure out why its such a bad idea to have a dedicated trolling section for the biggest Crappie site on the net.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CrappiePappy View Post
    It's been brought up before, and no consensus was reached on starting such a forum ... mainly because it could lead to separate forums for every conceivable form of Crappie fishing.

    You want to "discuss" brand/price/action of long rods ... have at it. You will get multiple opinions on which ones are "the best". The same with line, reels, baits, rod holders, weight size, speed, live bait vs artificial vs both together, plain hook vs jig, which style hook the jig should have or what size plain hook you should use, and even how many you should have on the line (and whether the weight should be above them, below them, or in between them).

    Thing is (IMHO) ... they all work !!

    If memory serves me ... the more popular 14' rods are :

    BnM Capps/Coleman - or - Southern Crappie scr143's for "spider rigging"

    BnM Pro Staff Trolling rods - or - Southern Crappie scr143t's for "crank pushing"

    The BnM C/C is listed at ~$52 & the PST at ~$48 at Grizzly Jig Company (both rods are eligible for their 3rod 9.5% discount deal)

    Southern Crappie scr143 is listed at ~$42 & the scr143t at ~$47 at Southern Crappie Rods (Southern Crappie rods in 12-16' lengths are Kevlar/carbon composite)
    Don't forget BnM Uncle Bucks 14 ft jigging poles (BGJP143-N)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hammmerhead View Post
    I thought it was a good idea too. Sometimes the things you learn don't involve a "search" word or an idea or technique that you're familiar with. The main Crappie forum thread is too diverse. Im still trying to figure out why its such a bad idea to have a dedicated trolling section for the biggest Crappie site on the net.
    We can "try" anything. Forums can always be merged if it don't get enough use. What we need is a volunteer to moderate it. That's always been the thing here, you want a forum, all we need is someone that'll watch it to make sure it remains "kid friendly", and spam free. And since "G" approves all new members by hand, spam is rarity.
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    Thanks Slab. I have a friend that just bought the 14 ft southern rods. We plan to try them out next week and I think that is what I'm going to get. Look forward to meeting you in person at Missouri camp. Again thanks for all you do here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jigfisherx View Post
    Thanks Slab. I have a friend that just bought the 14 ft southern rods. We plan to try them out next week and I think that is what I'm going to get. Look forward to meeting you in person at Missouri camp. Again thanks for all you do here.

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    And it's done, we have ca new forum. Tracker81 volunteered to moderate it, thanks. And this is the first thread I moved here. Since one of the premises was that it would be for beginners, I made it a sub forum under the Beginners/Mentoring forum. Not sure if that's the right place for it long term, but that's where it'll start at.

    I know some may say that there are too many forums already, but there are a couple ways to see everything that's going on here, at any time and that's with:

    the ALL STUFF tab at the top: http://www.crappie.com/crappie/activity.php

    or the New Posts tab at the top: http://www.crappie.com/crappie/searc...e=vBForum_Post
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    I am an old man. I started fishing on Lake Cumberland with my dad and Grandpa. Got sea sick and threw up at the restaurant at breakfast. We had a Alumacraft 14' boat, an eighteen horse Johnson, and a skull paddle. No trolling motor, no electronics, and them waves from Rowenna Ferry to Otter Creek we're huge. This was back in the late 50's and early 60's. Now, 60 years later, I started Spider Rigging. Bought a 20' Triton TA 196 made for spider rigging. Invested a bunch if money, and I think we caught as many fish with that little boat and that wooden paddle.
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