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Walleye Rod

4/1/23 @ 8:24 AM
User since 3/15/09

Looking for a recommendation for a Walleye rod for 5 and 7 jigging raps in deeper water. I see a lot of guys going to 36" or longer rods and I have never tried one that long. Trying to stay under $100 if possible.

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4/2/23 @ 4:08 PM
User since 2/28/07
13 fishing 36", think I paid under $50 with reel. Might be more now but. I use it for walleye, lake trout or whatever. I believe it's fiberglass. Best rod I've used. mostly use 5 to 7 jigging rapalas. Biggest walleye was a 28" and 27" laker. Caught some big cats on it also.
Tried carbon rods and my hook ups sucked

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