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Berkley Series One Rods

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I have a 7' Berkley Series One medium action spinning rod and use it mostly for trolling with just a rapala. I also use 10lb fireline and really like the feel of the strike, it's not heavy enough to handle the planer boards but works great for me. I do also use it for jigging. The stainless steel guides are a nice feature also. I would recomend it but it is up to each as to how much he wants to spend and what features he likes the most on a rod. ricbak

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I'd like feedback on these rods. I'm thinking of a 7 foot medium weight for riggin'.

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Good rod for the $. Unless your using 1/2 oz. or bigger weight or bottom bouncers I would use the Med/light. 7 ft. is a good length. If ya like that Genz rod try the new Rapala rods. A bit cheaper and a over the counter return policy. Nicely made rods for the buck. I have a 7 ft. med/lt I like and a 6 ft. med jigging rod that is nice. My fav. though is a 8.5' in line board rod. Put a diawa sealine linecounter on it and 10# test and its great for lake superior eyes.

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