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Alright so if I'm going to go with the Orochi XX its at the $300 price range. Am I missing better option at this price point or is this pretty close to the best $300 rod. Usually spend $200-$250 on a rod so this would be a step up and you guys have more knowledge combined than anywhere else so just...
goldrod wrote:So i have to ask how much better is the carbon head version or at least what is the significance of the carbon head version?
SiC guides on the Carbon Head versions vs Alconite on the ‘16 Destroyers...and The hood on the Carbon Head models are similar to the ‘17 US Destroyers.
Alright so if i were to consider the Orochi XX, still curious what the diablo type R is like? whats its strengths and such? The DSR is a helluva single hook moving bait rod...spinnerbaits, chatterbaits, swim jigs, etc. But it is extremely versatile. I mostly use my DSR, albeit in the Levante series...
bronzefly wrote:2016 Destroyer F3-610X Hein - it's 1" short of your target, but you won't miss it. It's a phenomenal rod in general, I wouldn't want to toss really light drop shots with it, but it is as close as you'll get to your specs.
- Tue Oct 17, 2017 10:10 am
- Forum: Rods
- Topic: Crankbait/ChatterBait Rod /w conquest 100
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caoabunga wrote:Thanks for this! I did happen to come across this on the forums, this definitely seems to be rod that comes closest to what I want.
Thanks everyone else for your opinion, much appreciated.
No Problem. Get in touch with Gary (Bronzefly) @ The Tackle Trap...He will take good care of you.
I'm really partial to the Hein. I think it fits in this scenario nicely especially if the Adrena fishes lighter than the stated Medium power and the OP was already very happy with it. The Hein has a very unique taper. It handles 1/2oz hardbaits with a sensation that's really hard to explain when bot...