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Old 11-05-2019, 10:45 AM
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I ordered one a year ago and it was too small for my offshore gear. I am wanting to use them on my jigging rods and trolling rods. What size do i need?
Old 11-05-2019, 01:05 PM
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you really need to measure the rod butts and order based on that
Old 11-05-2019, 05:23 PM
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Go to a store that sells them and put them on your rods or a similar rod in the store. I'd say you need the middle size unless you are fishing 80's or 130's for your trolling
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The grey one.It's big but it works on smaller setups.
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I just used the one called “all species” on a 30-50lb standup rod, TLD 25 today. Works good.

The “big game” one is BIG big.
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O.P. you should look into snap belts, almost as fast and in my view way better.
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I have belts but they are to big and not needed for certain types of fishing. The girls when catching snapper or smaller fish just want to keep the hard plastic ends off them. And when jigging with certain setups I have these will be comfortable when I cant utilize a belt.
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I bought a couple of the Calcutta brand this year, they are cheaper and look like a large tennis ball. They work fine for snapper fishing and are very easy to remove. I use these mostly on ugly stick tiger jigging rods. https://www.calcuttaoutdoors.com/products/rod-kushion-1

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