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I broke my t rig rod in half tonight. I'm going to need to get a replacement. What brand/model/length would you guys suggest. I have a revo to install on it.
 

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Zillion or cumara without a doubt, unless money isn't an issue. If so, go with a steez
 

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I guess it depends on how heavy a rod you want, and what you want to pay. I have a small fortune in rods, but one of the best deals for your money I have found are the inexpensive BPS GS Series rods. They raised the price this year to a whopping $34.95, but still a good price. I have 3 of their 7'6" rods I use for flipping. 2 Hvy and 1 med/hvy. Since I mostly flip 65 pound braid when I t-rig its a good rod for me, but I have picked up plenty of bites sitting back and worming a plastic out in open water too with them. They key in my opinion is having a really good reel on them. I have a Quantum Accurist AC570PT on all three of them.

I have crushed the cork off the handle on one, but I have yet to break one.
 

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7'0 at least
Medium Heavy
Xfast tip

Any of these work for me

Shimano Cumura
Rogue Mega Bass
Carrot stick premier
St Croix Avid, Legend
 

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One of the most sensitive rods I have ever owned is a Falcon "Low-Rider" heavy action, 7' Carolina Lizard dragger! It's a great rod for a lot less than some of the others,also made in the good old USA!
 

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Thanks guys for all the suggestions, GrimReaper hooked me up with a Cumara. Thanks Brad.
 

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Should have atleast got a MH for worming.......
 

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Unless your Triggin in less than 15' of water its gonna be hard to backbone a nice set. That rod would be great for crankin.
 
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