split grip or solid cork dobyns champion xp 734c

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GEORGE D.
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split grip or solid cork dobyns champion xp 734c

Postby GEORGE D. » Thu May 03, 2018 11:49 am

never owned a split grip are they lighter then full grip looking at the dobyns 734c champion xp series what do you think top water rod is what im looking for has to be light because of bad wrists thanks george

Chad Sweitzer
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Re: split grip or solid cork dobyns champion xp 734c

Postby Chad Sweitzer » Thu May 03, 2018 12:11 pm

I have both the split grip and the solid cork Dobyns Champ Extreme 744. I prefer the solid for dragging footballs and longer casts, and I like the split grip for flipping, and shorter presentations. I do notice that the split grip can get caught in jacket pockets and is a bit more of a hassle. Overall, I try to buy full cork because it balances the rod slightly. For me, the balance of the rod is a little more important than the overall weight.
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