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    Quote Originally Posted by Ketchn View Post
    I lost my memory to some degree but for under a hundred there is a guy up I think in the Midwest that makes what my bud thinks is the best ever long rod . I most certainly cant think of the name Ö.maybe ESP or EPS or something like that ?
    I don't use long rods , or I should say longer than 8 myself unless its just because someone makes me do it .
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    (ESP Power Jig models) Power Jig rods – Norsemen Outdoors




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    Everything has its place, and long rods fit into this category. I don’t use mine for long periods, but when I need em they’re great to have. Ask her.....
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    You guys are a great help.

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    Youíve probably already bought a rod
    But Iíve had great luck with my Berkeley Crappie Pro. 12 ft.
    Itís super light weight
    and does not have a ď whippy ď tip. While single pole jigging I want my tip to return back straight so I can follow the jig with no slack , this results in more hook ups.
    This rod runs about $45


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    Youíve probably already bought a rod
    But Iíve had great luck with my Berkeley Crappie Pro. 12 ft.
    Itís super light weight
    and does not have a ď whippy ď tip. While single pole jigging I want my tip to return back straight so I can follow the jig with no slack , this results in more hook ups.
    This rod runs about $45


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    I personally like the BoneHead rods. Just switched to them and they are strong, but let's you feel the little bumps too.
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