Spinnerbaits, Buzzbaits, Senkos, Horny Toads, Jigs, Small Swimbaits
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– September 29, 2013
The Savvy 733C and 734C rods are super versatile and I carry several of these in my boat at all times, the 733 better for lighter baits and 734 when I need more power. The extra length of these 7’3″ rods allows me to get a lot of extra distance on the cast when I need it, yet they are still balanced and light enough that I can roll cast tight to docks and laydowns with them. If you’re using these mostly for moving baits like topwaters, spinnerbaits, crankbaits and the like, the Savvys are an good value. If you’re primarily using them for worms and jigs, the extra sensitivity of the Champion 733 and 734 rods is worth the extra money.
– April 4, 2017
For years, I’ve used the Savvy 734’s for multiple techniques. Spinnerbaits, small swimbaits, jigs, lighter flipping and pitching. It’s incredibly versatile and was always one of my favorite rods. With the introduction of the Sierra Series 734, it has just gotten better! The Sierras have better components than the Savvys and the rod has great feel. Lately, it’s been my primary rod for things like 4.8 Keitechs on underspins and I still use it for a lot of 1/2 ounce jigs. I recently caught a solid 7-pounder on an underspin with the 734 and it handled the fish perfectly start to finish.
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