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Old 07-10-2018, 07:23 AM
Cortinaboy Cortinaboy is offline
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Replacing seajigger

I caught a few salmon off the beach at Cape Conran this weekend using a backup rod when my trusty Diawa Seajigger 315 lost 4 inches off the tip when the kids closed the roof pod on it. So I need a new rod and wondered whether to just get the replacement version (SJ325L) or try something new. I will repsir the broken one but it will become a backup or ‘friend’s’ one now. I’ve broached the subject of this type of rod here before and had a few helpful suggestions but wondered if anyone has tried the new seajiggers or if they could suggest an alternative new or used rod. Use will be almost exclusively chucking 20-35g lures into the surf for salmon and tailor so casting distance is a must. I prefer light (sometimes SPs), but am vaguely considering using a Daiko Raven I have for light stuff (10-20) and maybe buying a heavier rod for 30-60g lures on rougher or windy days. Any ideas?

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