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I have primarily been bottom fishing from juno pier the last few months. I have a penn II fierce 6000 on a 8 foot medium heavy custom rod. I have fished alot in my life but all freshwater. I just really started surf and pier fishing but I have enjoyed it alot. I need a good pompano jig set up. My 6000 seems alittle big. My main questions are what lb test line is the "norm" and the length and type of rod for pompanos off the pier?
 

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I have primarily been bottom fishing from juno pier the last few months. I have a penn II fierce 6000 on a 8 foot medium heavy custom rod. I have fished alot in my life but all freshwater. I just really started surf and pier fishing but I have enjoyed it alot. I need a good pompano jig set up. My 6000 seems alittle big. My main questions are what lb test line is the "norm" and the length and type of rod for pompanos off the pier?
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Small speck rigs work well for the pomps too, only issue is getting decent distance on the cast when throwing into the wind....
 
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