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Muskie101
Posted 12/11/2022 8:33 AM (#1016366)
Subject: Cashion Rods what model spinning rod should i get




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Location: Rochester, New York
Im switching to Cashion Rods for spinning rods and was wondering what model saltwater rod i should get to replace my current musky rod which is a heavy power spinning rod gx2 ugly stik with 100lb braid
7.62xJay
Posted 12/11/2022 10:54 AM (#1016370 - in reply to #1016366)
Subject: Re: Cashions what model should i get





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Location: NW WI
I love all my Cashion rods. How come your not gunna go with a casting model if your spending that money regardless?
Muskie101
Posted 12/11/2022 11:20 AM (#1016374 - in reply to #1016370)
Subject: Re: Cashions what model should i get




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Location: Rochester, New York
7.62xJay - 12/11/2022 11:54 AM

I love all my Cashion rods. How come your not gunna go with a casting model if your spending that money regardless?


Never used a baitcaster or have one , from experience with a spincast reel its a lot easier to control fish and get more power from the rod, coordination struggles and probably a few more that if i took the time to think about it
7.62xJay
Posted 12/11/2022 11:32 AM (#1016376 - in reply to #1016366)
Subject: Re: Cashion Rods what model spinning rod should i get





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Location: NW WI
I get it, baitcasters can be a little intimidating if your not familiar with them. But once you've spent some time with 1, you'll never go back. Do you have any friends that would let you borrow theirs for awhile before you decide? I assume your casting and retrieving baits?
Muskie101
Posted 12/11/2022 11:41 AM (#1016378 - in reply to #1016376)
Subject: Re: Cashion Rods what model spinning rod should i get




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Location: Rochester, New York
7.62xJay - 12/11/2022 12:32 PM

I get it, baitcasters can be a little intimidating if your not familiar with them. But once you've spent some time with 1, you'll never go back. Do you have any friends that would let you borrow theirs for awhile before you decide? I assume your casting and retrieving baits?


No and though i call it my muskie rod it is really more for the pricier lures id have a problem loosing like a pikee booyah spinnerbait
Im also looking to swap out my current rods with made in usa rods and cashion was the perfect brand as i like to support brands that make all of their stuff in the us
7.62xJay
Posted 12/11/2022 12:29 PM (#1016383 - in reply to #1016366)
Subject: Re: Cashion Rods what model spinning rod should i get





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Location: NW WI
Well I guess all I can tell ya is that I'm very happy with my Casting Icon Swimbait model. Pretty sure in Cashions casting lineup that that's the Heaviest rod available.
Muskie101
Posted 12/11/2022 12:33 PM (#1016384 - in reply to #1016383)
Subject: Re: Cashion Rods what model spinning rod should i get




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Location: Rochester, New York
7.62xJay - 12/11/2022 1:29 PM

Well I guess all I can tell ya is that I'm very happy with my Casting Icon Swimbait model. Pretty sure in Cashions casting lineup that that's the Heaviest rod available.


Did you get one of the saltwater models
7.62xJay
Posted 12/11/2022 12:54 PM (#1016387 - in reply to #1016366)
Subject: Re: Cashion Rods what model spinning rod should i get





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Location: NW WI
No
Muskie101
Posted 12/11/2022 12:58 PM (#1016388 - in reply to #1016387)
Subject: Re: Cashion Rods what model spinning rod should i get




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Location: Rochester, New York
7.62xJay - 12/11/2022 1:54 PM

No

Well since i dont have the money for baitcasters and you and i are the only ones on this forum that know of cashion rods should i check another forum
Muskie101
Posted 12/11/2022 1:00 PM (#1016389 - in reply to #1016387)
Subject: Re: Cashion Rods what model spinning rod should i get




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Location: Rochester, New York
7.62xJay - 12/11/2022 1:54 PM

No

Well since i dont have the money for baitcasters and you and i are the only ones on this forum that know of cashion rods should i check another forum
7.62xJay
Posted 12/11/2022 1:07 PM (#1016390 - in reply to #1016366)
Subject: Re: Cashion Rods what model spinning rod should i get





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Location: NW WI
Well, ya got time right? Xmas cyber sales are coming up. Not everybody here is logged in, you'll probably get more replies throughout the week. But if you have your heart set on a Cashion Spinning, browse their home web page, not retailers. That 2 piece Surf is giant but idk, might interest you.
Muskie101
Posted 12/11/2022 2:21 PM (#1016395 - in reply to #1016390)
Subject: Re: Cashion Rods what model spinning rod should i get




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Location: Rochester, New York
7.62xJay - 12/11/2022 2:07 PM

Well, ya got time right? Xmas cyber sales are coming up. Not everybody here is logged in, you'll probably get more replies throughout the week. But if you have your heart set on a Cashion Spinning, browse their home web page, not retailers. That 2 piece Surf is giant but idk, might interest you.


Too long unfortunately that being said after checking their catalog there were only 2 options to chose from

Icon inshore heavy action iPCHMFs
Core inshore medium heavy cM8437si

And its more so deciding which rods im going to get when i have enough

Also since my other rods setups are for bass,pike/ muskie should i discuss in another topic here or in the bass category
7.62xJay
Posted 12/11/2022 4:36 PM (#1016397 - in reply to #1016366)
Subject: Re: Cashion Rods what model spinning rod should i get





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Location: NW WI
Well what types of baits/weights are you throwing? And I assume you have a spinning reel for it already?
Muskie101
Posted 12/11/2022 4:39 PM (#1016398 - in reply to #1016397)
Subject: Re: Cashion Rods what model spinning rod should i get




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Location: Rochester, New York
Yes
Havent been able to use it in a while but mainly spoons & spinners and lures that are expensive and 1/2oz or larger
Penn battle 2 5000 with 100lb power pro
7.62xJay
Posted 12/11/2022 4:48 PM (#1016399 - in reply to #1016366)
Subject: Re: Cashion Rods what model spinning rod should i get





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Location: NW WI
Well, another option to look into would be catfish rods, they got the tip to flick light baits and the backbone to handle giants and I think you'll save money too, money you can start putting aside for a casting setup next season or the following. Keep an eye on the forums buying and selling page as well.
Muskie101
Posted 12/11/2022 5:06 PM (#1016400 - in reply to #1016399)
Subject: Re: Cashion Rods what model spinning rod should i get




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Location: Rochester, New York
7.62xJay - 12/11/2022 5:48 PM

Well, another option to look into would be catfish rods, they got the tip to flick light baits and the backbone to handle giants and I think you'll save money too, money you can start putting aside for a casting setup next season or the following. Keep an eye on the forums buying and selling page as well.


True though i was hoping cashion saltwater rods would fit that criteria as they are 100% made in usa and in a good price range

As for casting rods i doubt ill start to use them for several years if ever
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