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Old 11-10-07, 10:01 AM   #1
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Default "Lite Bite" Rod

Well, Bassfisher02, you might hate me for this, but here it goes.

This Spring, I plan to buy a new reel to replace my Shimano Sedona 4000FB on my St.Croix MedLite Fast Act. Spinning rod. I refer to this rod as the "Lite Bite Rod", using it for weightless T-Rigs, small(1/4oz or smaller)PNJ's, drop-shot, etc. My question to you though, what size reel should I put on it? I was thinking that my 4000FB was too big; is this true?

The two reels I was looking at were: 1) Daiwa Tierra 2000 or Daiwa Tierra 2500 - both of which are $114.95. The second reel I was looking at was: 2) Quantum Boca PT BSP30PTs; $119.95. I am assuming this is a 30 or 3000 size reel, right? If I am right, all my thanks go out to IslandBass, as he always puts reel size in most of his posts. If I am wrong, I still thanks IB for all his informational posts.

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