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    Anybody use the 14 ft. to spider rig ? If so what weight do you prefer under I deal conditions using straight minnows ?

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    I run 1/2 oz. Sinker , 1/32 jig.
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    Not really going to spider rig with these but sit on brush tops with one minnow rig . Figure at some point though I might . Was not sure the tip could go more than a 3/8 with two minnows .

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    Loveem. Hands down my favorite pole. You can seeem lick a minner.


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    I used 8 14 bgjps for 5-6 years. Started out using 3/8 oz but moved to 1/2 oz. I like the tip bow better for the 1/2 oz. Im a spider rigging double minnow rig guy!


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    We have used up to 1 oz on 16 footers with no issues.
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    I have used the 14's for many years to spider rig. I use 1/2 oz. sinker and a 1/16th. jig head on the bottom with a minnow hook on top. Works great!
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    Great choice!
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    I used them for 2 years before I went to 16s they are amazing rods and I still have a pair for pulling cranks. 1/2 always seemed to work best for me. But I have pushed cranks with a 2 oz weight. Great rods!!
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