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I agree with Neil, I have tried to make a rod that would by good for both but to no avail. The rod ended up being excellent for Fluke, but just tool light for the blues. I could use it but I end up losing a lot of fish and have to fight them too long (for the fishes sake). I do however have a recommendation for a great fluke rod. Penn came out with a line of rods called to Bay Master or something to that effect. They were great. All I can say is that the money spent on buying two rods each for it's own purpose is much better then skimping and trying to use one in the middle.
 

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I like my fluke rods a little on the light side as bucktailing is my method of choice. Either rod would be good for them I think. If it is for bay fishing with lighter weights then go with the 783C. For ocean fishing or if you need heavier weights then go with the 784C.
 
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