Titan 860h popping rod

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  1. dafishinsamoan

    dafishinsamoan Newbie

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    Want to put together a spinning popping set up for tuna.

    Considering buying a used phenix titan 860h and paring with a saragosa. 8'6' titan asking for a beating if I hook up with a larger BFT?
     
  2. Fishingguy

    Fishingguy I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    hate this rod. i have 2 of them.

    Too stiff to cast..but yes, they will handle fish fine…but you need to be able to cast.

    Look into Blackhole, shimano ocea plugger.
     
  3. Big Squid

    Big Squid Member

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    Short Answer: Shit Yeah

    Long Answer:

    Equations of angular motion are relevant wherever you have rotational motions around an axis. When the object has rotated through an angle of θ with an angular velocity of ω and an angular acceleration of α, then you can use these equations to tie these values together.

    You must use radians to measure the angle. Also, if you know that the distance from the axis is r, then you can work out the linear distance traveled, s, velocity, v, centripetal acceleration, ac, and force, Fc. When an object with moment of inertia, I (the angular equivalent of mass), has an angular acceleration, α, then there is a net torque Στ.
     

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