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Seabass77

Walleye Rods

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What rods are in your walleye arsenal??

If the fishing gods said that you could have 4 rods in your walleye fishing arsenal which rods would you pick and why?

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delmuts    19
delmuts

OH BOY !!!! this should be interesting! my vote is bass pro bionic blades!! im 8, counter balance handle.

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Delmuts,
What sizes and actions do like?? What do you use for what??

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My arsenal:
1)Genz Lightning rod-Baitcaster model.medium action, Shimano PWT reel.
2)Genz Lightning rod-Openface model, medium action, quantom reel.
3)Genz Lightning rod-Openface model, meduim/heavy action, quantom reel.
4)ThornBrothers-medium action,36inch,shimano reel.

I would go with Genz Lightning rod. Good Fishing, Matt.

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MJ5,
Good info. But I was more curious about open water walleye rods. I should have clarified

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Lip RIPPER!

LOOMIS!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Seabass77, sorry about the confusion.
My summer walleye arsonal:

1)G. Loomis-6 foot,medium/light action
2)G. Loomis-6.5 foot,medium action
3)Fenwick-6.5 foot,medium/light action
4)Pinnacle PWT-6 foot,medium action,baitcaster

I like my Fenwick the best. Good Fishing, Matt.

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MJ5,
What rod do you use for jigging, casting, lindy rigging, etc?

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Seabass77,
Jigging-Fenwick or 6 foot Loomis
Casting-Pinnacle PWT
Lindy riggin-Fenwick or 6.5 foot Loomis

When casting I sometimes use the Fenwick if I'm fishing soft plastics.

Good Fishing, Matt.

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I couldn't resist replying to this post.

Since I primarily jig for walleyes, I like to use a rod so sensitive you could feel a Mayfly land on the tip. I have found that with my St. Criox Legend Elite. Hands down, choice #1.
2) Same rod only longer: more distance when casting also good for nice long sweeping hooksets.
3) 6'6" Fenwick HMG: A little softer action, used for pulling spinner-rigs.
4) 6' Fenwick Triggerstick Baitcaster: throwing crankbaits or trolling the heavier stuff.

MJ5, you must have stolen my Croxton fishing bag! Your ice fishing arsenal is almost identical to mine! (Nice choices by the way.)

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