I need help in choosing a winter flounder rod. I'm looking for a sensitive graphite rod (conventional) in a 6ft 6in length which will be used in about 20ft of water with about 3oz. of lead. The rod will be used from a private boat. Any suggestions?
Here are some Lamiglas blanks that might work for you.
Graphites, CG 78 L 8-15 lb test line
CG 78 M 10-17 " " "
Composite, GFP 84 M 8-18 " " "
GFP 84 ML 6-15 " " "
CGBT 841 L 20 " " " This is a great blank but might be alittle too heavy.
Lami CGBT78L; Lami XC78MH 12-25 - nice all around graphite stick. I've used it for Flounder, Fluke, Porgies and Weakies with up to 8oz. You could drop down to the one size smaller - either the M or ML, whichever is 10-17.
The blanks I listed, I have samples of them in the shop. I find the hardest part is getting different blanks in my hands so I can judge them for my use. You are welcome to stop by the shop and check these blanks out.
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