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By liftedz71withbass - Posted on 23 March 2011

so, i was wondering if any of you have use the bnm westpoint pole and if its any good. Im hoping to do some spidder rigging and maybe some jigging also. Thanks

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Hey bud. I think the west point model pole is a good pole for the purpose it is intended. It will; be hard to beat that model for fishing a minnow under a cork.
For trolling and jigging I suggest you spend about $10 more and go with a graphite model. You will need the sensitivity out at the tip if you when you jig fish and the backbone when you troll.
I bet you will be happy you spent the extra money.

Ray

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