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Ajack48

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Zodias ML/G applications
« on: January 22, 2021, 02:26:58 PM »

Recently a buddy of mine sold me one of his rods at a price I couldnít refuse. He never used it so itís in great shape, but I just have no clue what to do with it. Iím guessing shallow crank baits from surface-2ft. Iíve seen a review say itís great for jigging but I find that hard to believe when holding the rod in my hand.

Lure rating is 3/16-3/4
Line rating is #8-16
7í ML/G with moderate action

I have a Daiwa fuego 8:1 reel that Iím not doing anything with at the moment and figured Iíd pair it with the zodias until I find a better match. Or should I just throw my Slx Dc on so they donít touch  lo
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Re: Zodias ML/G applications
« Reply #1 on: January 22, 2021, 03:23:11 PM »

If memory serves thats a glass rod correct ?  Sounds like a good 1.5 squarebill rod or smaller like the OSP Bltz.  I think your on the right track with your thoughts but I'd also try a flatside like the ol' flat A or 6th sense flat 75. sosunds like a fun rod.
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