Choosing between Dobyns 705 and Powell Max 705

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Choosing between Dobyns 705 and Powell Max 705

Post by tommyroland » Wed Jul 28, 2021 8:02 pm

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Re: Choosing between Dobyns 705 and Powell Max 705

Post by hoohoorjoo » Wed Jul 28, 2021 8:32 pm

First off, welcome to the forum. Do you mean the Champion or Extreme series?
Try not to let your mind wander. It is much too small to be outside unsupervised.

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Re: Choosing between Dobyns 705 and Powell Max 705

Post by godshippy » Thu Jul 29, 2021 9:46 am

Welcome to the forum!

I suppose it depends on what weights/baits you're looking to skip.

I have a Champion 705c and it's definitely a good pitching stick, but I'd rather use a 704c for skipping because it has a bit softer tip to get that flinging action.

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