best jigging rod for ice fishing walleyes???

  • Profile photo of jasono00jasono00
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    #1303435

    just woundering what people think the best jigging rods for ice fishing walleyes are and length and action weight?

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    Blaine , Mn
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    #1029741

    I’m gonna have to say a 32″ Thorne Brothers Perch Sweetheart with recoil guides.

    Profile photo of krugerkruger
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    Metro,mn
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    #1029742

    I would love one of those thorne rods…but im on a budget and the m or mh st. croix premiers are a great buy! All my walleye ice rods are premiers. Hope this helps

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    #1029743

    x2

    Profile photo of wheels2wheels2
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    Ham Lake,MN
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    #1029745

    ooops perch sweethart with a bullet.

    avatarRyanK
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    #1029228

    Quote:


    I’m gonna have to say a 32″ Thorne Brothers Perch Sweetheart with recoil guides.


    I agree although I don’t have the recoil guides on mine. I wish I did!

    Profile photo of timschmitztimschmitz
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    Waconia MN
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    #1029750

    I’ve found a new favorite custom rod. It’s a tuned up customs precision series medium light with recoil guides for about 20$ less than a comparable Thorne bros rod. I’ve got them in 36″34″&33″ all of them have met and exceeded my expectations. The St. Croix premiers are great sticks but once you start using a custom you’ll never look back

    avatarPat Howard
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    Sparta Wi
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    #1029751

    Quote:


    I’m gonna have to say a 32″ Thorne Brothers Perch Sweetheart with recoil guides.


    ^^^ THIS ^^^

    Profile photo of matt-pmatt-p
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    #1029764

    Quote:


    I’m gonna have to say a 32″ Thorne Brothers Perch Sweetheart with recoil guides.


    I have a 28 and 30, and love them! Even though I don’t have recoil guides.

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    #1029929

    Quote:


    I’m gonna have to say a 32″ Thorne Brothers Perch Sweetheart with recoil guides.


    That would be my pick.

    Profile photo of Joel NelsonJoel Nelson
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    Southeast MN
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    #1029942

    If you’re going the 32″ route, for me, the walleye sweetheart in a medium action with recoil guides would get a slight edge over the perch sweetheart. Both are about as good as it gets, with the walleye sweetheart giving you the ability to fish some larger baits a bit better. Personal preference at this point!

    Joel

    avatarIcefreak55
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    #1029953

    I started using Proline’s Ice Pro rods last year … I love them … Graphite over fiberglass construction … great feel and durability… And a great price.

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    #1029991

    Look at the new Fenwick 27″ med ice rod very nice rod.

    Profile photo of skeeter20skeeter20
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    #1030103

    My dad and I each picked up some Frabill Straight Line 27″ combos this year and man do we love em. I dont know why they say for panfish? They have a great backbone! People must like them as they are sold out.

    Profile photo of jasono00jasono00
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    #1030645

    I looked at alot of rods mentioned. Thanks everyone, i ended up choosing the fenwick 27 inch med action rod. I picked up at cabelas. Seems to have nice back bone, and waiting to use it tommorow on mille lacs.

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