These two XCC 934 and 1064 are new to the certified pro serie. What techniques are this two rods good for?
i am looking for a 10' 6" rod to pull divers with at bouy 10. what is the difference between a xcf 1064 and a xcf 106 5f and what does 5f stand for? thanks
Look at the other posts here for some great info. The 934 was reviews by an experienced angler last month fishing Tillamook Bay if I remember right. At the bottom of the first page of posts. "Great All Around Rod" or something to that effect was the post lead in.
The last numbers are a relative power rating, comparing all salmon/steelhead rods to each other power wise. The higher the number the more power the rod has. The 5F rods have a different style grip, look at the grip styles above on that catalogue page to see the different grip styles available.
No one knows as much as all of us.
The XCC 934 and XCC 1064 are both great all purpose rods. To begin the XCC 934 was designed to fish Kwik-Fish up on the Kenai. I used the 934 down at Buoy 10 as well as Trolling herring in the Spring for Chinook in the Columbia. It was Great for both. As far as the 1064 it is replacing the XCF 1064 and XCF 1065 it has the tip section or the XCF 1064 with the Butt section closer to the XCF 1065, only smaller diameter and a lot lighter. The XCC 1064 as well as the XCC 934 have been used by me as well as many of our Pro Staffers for applications ranging from Bobber Fishing to Trolling Delta Divers and both models function very well. Hope this helps have a great day.
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