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    Does anyone use an 8 B&M PST to pull cranks with? Was looking for a new inside pole.

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    They are fine, I use 4.
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    Yep, the best cranking rod out there imho


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    Best 8' flat lining cranking rod ever made, got more of them rods then I got toes... I think
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    Ok great!! Thanks guys, I picked up two of them today. I really like the 12’ and 14’ but that 8’ had a smaller diameter on the rod at the handle and I was wondering if they’re as tough as the longer rods.

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    Have used the same set for 5 years. Have broken 3 tips...still a good rod
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jwater View Post
    Ok great!! Thanks guys, I picked up two of them today. I really like the 12’ and 14’ but that 8’ had a smaller diameter on the rod at the handle and I was wondering if they’re as tough as the longer rods.
    The 8 footers are tuff....caught some big drum and catfish on them....no problems
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    Im a little late to the party but I say they are great too. My inside poles are 8' PST!
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    I’ve used them. I still use them. Great rod. Buy and go fish. Their 410 is another tough great rod. Use them as drop rod with 2 oz weights.
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    I just bought 2 of the 10' and 1 of the 8' from Grizzly Jig show last weekend. Wanted 2 of the 8' but they only had 1. Also bought a 10' rear seat B&M Tree Thumper and saved enough in B&M bucks and Grizzly bucks that the Tree Thumper was free. Grizzly Jig is a great place.

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