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    $500 or less, rod for 1/32 oz. micro plastics, 2 or 4# line, 6', bluegills.

    Which JDM rod?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BluegillHunter View Post
    $500 or less, rod for 1/32 oz. micro plastics, 2 or 4# line, 6', bluegills.

    Which JDM rod?
    There are a lot of rods that would work for you. If you haven’t already, I suggest reading the very first post in the thread. It will give you some good ideas on what to look for.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BluegillHunter View Post
    $500 or less, rod for 1/32 oz. micro plastics, 2 or 4# line, 6', bluegills.

    Which JDM rod?

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    Here you go.......Corto Prototype.....Made in Japan..... Nuovo CORTO PROTOTYPE – OLYMPIC Co., Ltd.


    You have 3 models at 6’ 1” to choose from....tubular tip or solid....light action or ultra light action. A true work of superior quality.
    Another great choice....albeit at 6’ 3” is the 2018 Lunakia from TenRyu. Crappie.com member Chris Stewart sells this rod at https://www.finesse-fishing.com/fine...ning-rods.html


    It is the rod second up from bottom of page. Another impeccably built rod Made in Japan. Both in price range you quoted and if you truly want to keep it under 500 bucks I don’t think there is a rod priced between these two that is better. In other words I don’t know of a 500 dollar rod that would be better. You could also get a Blue Current TZ Nano at the 6’ 2” mark....also Made in Japan. All fantastic rods and you would not go wrong with any of them.....but the superior rod in this list is the Corto Prototype.

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    Same kind of question but looking for a rod of 7ft length that's going to be used for casting from shore. Using floats or jigs only 1/80 to 1/32. 200.00 or less

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Smith View Post
    Same kind of question but looking for a rod of 7ft length that's going to be used for casting from shore. Using floats or jigs only 1/80 to 1/32. 200.00 or less
    Ok I see you’re on Lake Perris....so we talking those big Gills like LedHed catches? Finding exactly 7 feet might be little difficult......could be 71...72...73....but I’ll look.

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    I'm actually relocating to Utah this year and looking to fish for some new varieties such as White Bass and Perch which aren't available in SoCal. Also fishing for trout and smallmouth etc. Using tube jigs Turner Jones micro jigs and trying trout magnets

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Smith View Post
    I'm actually relocating to Utah this year and looking to fish for some new varieties such as White Bass and Perch which aren't available in SoCal. Also fishing for trout and smallmouth etc. Using tube jigs Turner Jones micro jigs and trying trout magnets
    This one would fit what you’re looking for.......within the price range....a little longer than 7 foot but I think would fit the bill.

    https://www.digitaka.com/item.php?item=4573236270647



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    I bought a Shimano Soare 7 foot rod last summer that's rated for 1-3 lb test and liked it so much that I bought a second one just in case something happened to the first one. About $120 with shipping. This rod is a lot of fun and won't break the bank, I recommend it highly. I got mine from north one tackle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JUNGLEJIMJIGS View Post
    I bought a Shimano Soare 7 foot rod last summer that's rated for 1-3 lb test and liked it so much that I bought a second one just in case something happened to the first one. About $120 with shipping. This rod is a lot of fun and won't break the bank, I recommend it highly. I got mine from north one tackle.
    Another good option.....which model did you get?....BB.....or SS.

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    If you were picking between the blue current or the corto for trout what would you get? I know both are probably to stiff for crappie...

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