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Old 09-25-2015, 08:26 AM   #1
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Default the best inshore Rod and Reel setup?

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I would like to hear yalls opinions on whats your favorite inshore rod and reel setups.

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Old 09-25-2015, 08:30 AM   #2
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I love my stradic ci4 on the shimano teramar rod haven't really used my sustain enough to say much about it. Also a big Calcutta fan for open face Reels
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Stradic Ci4 2500 on a Star Seagis 7'0 6-14. I have several in different sizes but this is the pair that gets used the most. It weighs nothing.
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You know I've got that Sustain 4000 FG on a 7'6" medium Star Seagis. Money. Not I just need to actually do some inshore fishing. HAHA
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I use baitcasters for all my fishing. My GLoomis NRX 842c with a Chronarch CI4+ HG is my favorite inshore combo. Super versatile and very light and comfortable. It's just a lot of fun to use and will put a smile on your face.
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I'm cheap, I guess. I've never been able to justify spending what a Revo or a Chronarch costs, and since I've found Lew's Speed Spools, I don't worry about that. My favorite Redfish rod, is a Phenix 7' Ultra MBX. That thing is money, I like it better than my NFC. And for Trout, the Rainshadow IP843 or 844 are very reasonable and do a fab job with a popping cork.
As for spinning, same thing, too cheap. The Okuma Trios are what I mostly use, good drags, and so far, don't give me any problems, way less than 100 bucks.
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Quantum Smoke 25 PTiS with a Tsunami Airwaves Inshore rod (7' M F)
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Quantum Smoke 25 PTiS with a Tsunami Airwaves Inshore rod (7' M F)
Tsunami Airwaves do have a lot of Bang for the Buck
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I use baitcasters for all my fishing. My GLoomis NRX 842c with a Chronarch CI4+ HG is my favorite inshore combo. Super versatile and very light and comfortable. It's just a lot of fun to use and will put a smile on your face.

Jeff as you already know I personally LOVE your setup
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Im also a fan of the stradic ci4+

and a big Shimano Buff

guys I have a reel for you Stradic fans ---- its made by Shimano but not sold in the states. Ive been using it during all my past wading adventures lately and its is by far the best spinning reel I have ever picked up. Japan was holding out on us, but I found a Shimano gem, while digging into Shimano's " FULL " line of reels.

ill post what it is in the near future

Ive spoken to our local tackle shops about putting them on the market here in the states!!!! unfortunately it would seem as though Shimano / Japan just likes to keep somethings to themselves !!



if you surf the web / youtube you will find that other countries have models of reels that we don't. Just like cars or anything else you go to the source and you will find a higher grade in quality and design.
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