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Posted by Bassman tr21
1/8/2019 6:29 PM
What you feel the best deep cranking rod
Brand
Length
Action
Posted by beetlespin
1/8/2019 7:27 PM
Lots of good info on Tackletour.net
Posted by CRUSH3R
1/8/2019 11:54 PM
I use an Okuma Scott Martin TCS. It’s 7’11 Med Heavy with a Mod/fast taper. I love it. You can absolutely bomb a 6 or 8xd
Posted by 31airborne
1/9/2019 9:24 AM
ALX Zolo Grind. It's a 7-10 heavy/fast rod specifically designed to manage baits that dive +12'.

JB Custom Rods Missile. It's also a 7-10. Not quite as heavy on the action, lil bit softer tip. manages the big XD baits very nicely.
Posted by Bassman tr21
1/9/2019 8:32 PM
I’m thinking about a champion 805cb but I’m looking up the ones your listing thanks
Posted by mayberryrick
1/10/2019 7:13 AM

That Dobyns is the way to go. Bought one last year and wondered how I got by all these years without it LOL.



Bassman tr21 - 1/9/2019 9:32 PM

I’m thinking about a champion 805cb but I’m looking up the ones your listing thanks
Posted by silvertalon
1/10/2019 12:30 PM
Any 7-7-6" med hvy fast action will work great. Check out David Dudley's youtube vids on deep crankbaiting. He explains how a stout sensitive graphite rod is best for feeling the bottom and hookset etc. I have several specialized crankin rods and have found no advantage to using glass or 's'glass rods. In fact I've found that one of them is best for a 3/4 oz chatterbait. Go figure. The heavier long rods will give you more casting distance but weigh more and will cause more fatigue over a lightweight graphite or nano core blank. The Bass Pro Shops Crankin Sticks' are great rods. I have no complaints about them. There's a broad scope of variables when it comes to crank bait technique and equipment. IMO
Posted by Davo
1/14/2019 11:37 AM
This is my favorite rod for deep crankbaits. It's tough to beat. http://dobynsrods.com/rod/805cb-rm/
Posted by FirstLight
1/14/2019 1:45 PM
I love the duckett white ice II, 7‘10“, medium heavy cranking rod. Paired with a lews BB1 pro speed spool bait caster, you can launch the bait a mile. But l agree with what Glenn said above, any med hey rod over 7' gets the job done. I have an old bass pro crankin stick from 10 years ago paired with a 5500C3 that works good too. I still use it sometimes as backup.
Posted by porthos33
1/15/2019 2:06 AM
FirstLight - 1/14/2019 2:45 PM I love the duckett white ice II, 7‘10“, medium heavy cranking rod. Paired with a lews BB1 pro speed spool bait caster, you can launch the bait a mile. But l agree with what Glenn said above, any med hey rod over 7' gets the job done. I have an old bass pro crankin stick from 10 years ago paired with a 5500C3 that works good too. I still use it sometimes as backup.
Duckett rods has great cranking rods, from there cheapest to most expensive ones, they get the job done.
Posted by FishingwithRusty
1/15/2019 8:36 AM
this is the best BIG cb(6xd or bigger) rod ive found: http://www.taipanrods.com/store.html#!/8-XD-CRANK/p/74627072/catego...
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