Top 8 Best Inshore Spinning Rods Review (2020 Buyer’s Guide)

Trying to find the right spin rods for inshore fishing is quite a challenging task.

Inshore fishing is incredible thanks to the number of species you can see in one day.

It can be anything from bonefish and permit to reds and tarpon but finding a spin rod built for all of them is a bit tricky. 

The best inshore spinning rod will be light enough for smaller species and heavy enough for tarpon (not the giants).

While being sensitive and, of course, corrosion-resistant.

Below I’ll take you through everything you need to know about inshore fishing rods for saltwater to find the right rod for you.

The Best From The Review 

Here are our top three choices from the lineup, each one in its own category.

This is so you can have a variety to choose from depending on your needs.

Top Pick

Shimano Teramar South East

Has all the right specs to cover all the best inshore species

Shimano Teramar South East

If you want the all-around best inshore spinning rod, I think you need the Shimano Teramar South East.

It’s designed purposefully for inshore fishing in almost every way.

It’s produced for braid, designed for long casts or quick accurate ones; it’s powerful, durable, light, and sensitive.

It also has a line rating of 15-30 lbs, making it one of the best for targeting all species. And being a Shimano you’d think it was expensive, but it’s surprisingly affordable.

Best Value

Ugly Stik Tiger Elite

The construction makes this rod exceptionally strong and sensitive You’ll feel every bite, have the power to land most fish

Ugly Stik Tiger Elite

If you’re on a budget, I think the best inshore spinning rod is the Ugly Stik Tiger Elite.

It has everything you need; the right length, medium-heavy power, action, line, and lures rating. While doing all this, it’s also tough as nails, performs well, and is affordable.

Editor’s Choice

G Loomis Pro Green Series

Specifically for inshore fishing, they are designed to fish all kinds of lures from jigs and soft plastics to topwater lures.

G Loomis Pro Green Series

The best inshore spinning rod for my biases and experiences would be the G Loomis Pro Green Series.

I think G Loomis is just the best around and never feel more confident fishing than when I’m holding one of their rods in my hand.

The design and build far outrank other manufacturers, and the fact the Pro Green Series is designed to be the best for inshore is enough for me.

Nevermind that it casts incredibly, is super durable but light, and can handle almost every inshore fish that swims by.

Our Best Inshore Spinning Rods

Here are all the top rods we reviewed.

Cadence CR5 Spinning Rod

Hits the nail on the head in terms of affordability and quality. The price is surprisingly low for these rods.

Cadence CR5 Spinning Rod

The Cadence CR5 rods series hits the nail on the head in terms of affordability and quality. The price is surprisingly low for these rods.

The rods are designed for inshore saltwater fishing, and the model chosen below has all the best specs for you to target most inshore species, bar large tarpon. 

Build

The blank is made from 30-ton carbon, making it durable, light, and quite powerful.

You’ll be able to cast with this fishing rod all day without feeling that fatigue that can get in the way.

The EVA and cork handle is high quality, comfortable and comes in a split grip style that is great for control. 

Reel Seat

The rod comes with a Fuji reel seat and SiC guide inserts wrapped in stainless steel frames that help reduce friction and increase casting distance.

They are all made to handle saltwater. 

There is an issue with the reel seat whereby it loosens on its own. This can and probably will get quite frustrating, and the last thing you want is for your reel to be submerged in the saltwater if it falls off. 

Casting

Overall this rod casts excellently, is sensitive, has enough backbone to handle strong fish, and is affordable. 

The tip is a little bendy for some, and the fact that it’s a one-piece rod makes it hard to travel with.

Specs

  • Model: CR5-701S-MHF
  • Power: Medium-heavy
  • Length: 7 ft
  • Line: 10-20 lb
  • Lure Weight: ⅜ – 1 oz.
  • Action: Fast Action

Pros

  • One-piece rod gives you excellent casting performance
  • Exceptionally affordable rod for the quality
  • The rod is built from a carbon fiber blank, light and durable
  • Casts beautifully and is sensitive to subtle bites
  • Has some backbone for putting pressure on larger fish

Cons

  • The rod tip is a little bendy for the action
  • Reel seat tends to loosen on its own
  • Hard to travel with due to the one-piece set up

G. Loomis E6X Inshore Spinning Rod

The fast action combined with the medium power makes it deadly to cast with, and with a line rating of 8-14lbs, you can target most species bar larger tarpon and larger permit.

G. Loomis E6X Inshore Spinning Rod

Loomis makes some of the best inshore rods around and their E6X series of inshore spinning rods are excellent.

The series encompasses all kinds of action, length, and power combinations to suit you.

Everything from medium-light power to moderate action. 

Action and Line Rating

The fishing rod below is ideal for light inshore fishing.

The fast action combined with the medium power makes it deadly to cast with, and with a line rating of 8-14lbs, you can target most species bar larger tarpon and larger permit. 

Build

The rod is made from E6X blank materials, G. Loomis’s own blend of carbon fiber, resin, and other things to create a blank that performs better than most.

Their tapered manufacturing process keeps weight down while strengthening possible breaking points, a method that required them to develop their own rolling table to deliver.

This means the rod uses less material without sacrificing any strength and is extremely strong overall. 

Guide, Reel Seat, and Handle

The rod comes with an excellent aluminum oxide guide system, a solid reel seat, and a very comfortable cork handle.

This rod’s overall build, quality and performance is hard to beat, and this is why it’s one of the best around and worth the high price tag. 

Being a 1-piece rod it will be a little annoying to travel with but this does mean it’ll perform better than if it was in multiple pieces.

Specs

  • Model: E6X 782C F
  • Power: Medium-heavy
  • Length: 6
  • Line: 8-14 lbs
  • Lure Weight: 1/4-⅝ oz
  • Action: Fast

Pros

  • A one-piece rod giving you top casting performance
  • The build makes this rod exceptionally strong but light
  • Low-weight rod to reduce casting fatigue
  • Exceptionally durable and will last a lifetime if looked after
  • Sensitive to all bites and casts a long way

Cons

  • Hard to travel with due to the one-piece set up
  • Expensive rod but worth it for the quality
  • The rod is a little light for larger fish

Editor’s Choice

G.Loomis Pro Green Series SaltwaterRod

Specifically for inshore fishing, they are designed to fish all kinds of lures from jigs and soft plastics to topwater lures.

G.Loomis Pro Green Series SaltwaterRod

Loomis really does put other rod manufacturers to shame sometimes.

Their rods are so well thought out and some of the best that it’s hard not to drawl over them.

I may be a little biased as they are my favorite rods!

The Pro Green Series fishing rods have been designed specifically for inshore fishing.

They are designed to fish all kinds of lures from jigs and soft plastics to topwater lures.

Options

The series offers several action, power, and length combinations to suit whatever inshore tactics you have in mind.

From medium-light to heavy and moderate to fast action, they have got your rod needs covered. 

The model chosen below is one of their more all-around rods from the series, medium-heavy with fast action and an ideal length of 7’4”.

Line Weight and Handle

The line weight is a little low, but you can push up to 20-30lb for tarpon using braid.

The cork handle on this rod has been shortened, ensuring it doesn’t dig you in the ribs but is still long enough to give you the lift you need. 

Build

The rod is carbon fiber and produced with their own rolling table, these rods are light for tireless fishing and are exceptionally strong.

They have the lifting power you need for all inshore species.

The tip is sensitive to every bite, and the rod is designed for use with braid and to make short snappy accurate casts. 

It’s hard to find fault with this rod, the only real drawback being its high price tag and the fact that it’s a one-piece making it tricky to travel with.

Specs

  • Model: PGR883S
  • Power: Heavy
  • Length: 7’ 4”
  • Line: 8-15 lb
  • Lure Weight: 3/16-⅝ oz.
  • Action: Fast

Pros

  • Designed for about every inshore species you can think of
  • Awesome for braid and fishing all lure types
  • Made for quick and accurate casting when you see a target fish
  • Amazing build and durability
  • Sensitive but tough enough to handle smaller tarpon

Cons

  • One-piece rod is a bit tricky to travel with

Okuma Nomad Xpress Inshore Rod

They come in three pieces shipped in a handy waterproof carry bag, so you can take them on the plane or sling them into your trunk without worrying.

Okuma Nomad Xpress Inshore Rod

The Okuma Nomad Express rods are designed for traveling with.

They come in three pieces shipped in a handy waterproof carry bag, so you can take them on the plane or sling them into your trunk without worrying. 

Pieces

You may think that the 3-pieces might affect its performance, which is true, but it’s not particularly noticeable when casting with this rod. Although the pieces can turn while you’re fighting a fish, the best way to stop this is to hold them down with the electrical tape. 

Guides

The rod comes with aluminum oxide guides, stainless steel rims and a split grip cork handle that is comfy. The blank is premium graphite that is both sensitive and durable. It also makes the rod relatively light overall, meaning you can fish all day tirelessly. 

Line Weight

The rod ticks all the boxes in terms of being a fast action rod, with medium-heavy power and a length of 7 ft.

But, the line weight of 30-60lbs is a bit large for smaller inshore species and more suited to big tarpon and snook.

Specs

  • Model: NTx-S-703MH
  • Power: Medium-heavy
  • Length: 7 ft
  • Line: 30-60 lbs
  • Lure Weight: na – heavy
  • Action: Fast

Pros

  • Packs down into a waterproof case for traveling with
  • Graphite blank is tough and durable
  • Rod casts like a one-piece
  • Sensitive tip is great at feeling bites
  • The handle is comfy
  • The rod is light to reduce casting fatigue

Cons

  • It’s a bit heavy for all inshore species, suited to larger ones
  • Reduced quality compared to the Nomad
  • The pieces can turn while fighting a fish

PENN Battalion Inshore Spinning Rod

The rod casts exceptionally well and has the power you need to fight some bigger fish too.

PENN Battalion Inshore Spinning Rod

Penn has been in the game of making saltwater rods for years and is one of the most trusted manufactures around.

Their Battalion Inshore rods are pretty awesome and affordable for the build. 

Build

The blank is 100% graphite, making it incredibly durable and strong while still being sensitive.

It comes with aluminum oxide guides that work well at reducing friction with braided lines.

Real Seat

The reel seat is graphite, which helps avoid any corrosion you may otherwise see when using a stainless steel hood. 

Handle and Casting

The split-grip cork handle is comfy, grippy and helps you get some solid casting distance. The rod casts exceptionally well and has the power you need to fight some bigger fish too. 

Overall it’s a great rod that is worth every penny. Some say it’s a little heavy, but I don’t think it’s heavy enough to be a problem for most people.

Specs

  • Model: BATIN1220S70
  • Power: Medium-heavy
  • Length: 7 ft
  • Line: 12-20 lbs
  • Lure Weight: ½ – 1 ½oz
  • Action: Fast

Pros

  • Comes with a graphite reel seat that manages corrosion
  • Excellent graphite blank makes it powerful and sensitive
  • Nice line and lure weight ratings for targeting all species
  • The guides are designed to work well with braid
  • It casts very well with both good distance and accuracy

Cons

  • It is a little heavy but not too heavy to worry about

Ugly Stik Inshore Select Spinning Fishing Rod

They are incredibly reliable, affordable, and always seem to get the job done. You can treat them mean, and they’ll still come back keen.

Ugly Stik Inshore Select Spinning Fishing Rod

Ugly Stiks are legends amongst anglers mainly because we have all owned an Ugly Stik in our time and loved them.

They are incredibly reliable, affordable, and always seem to get the job done. You can treat them mean, and they’ll still come back keen. 

Their Select series is the best inshore rod they make.

Build

They changed their blank construction to include a bit less fiberglass and a bit more graphite, making the rod lighter while not reducing the amazing strength.

This allows you to have fatigue-less fishing days where you can just keep on casting and casting. 

Guides

This rod comes with tough stainless steel guides with no inserts, so there is less to go wrong. There is nothing more annoying than an insert popping out on you.

Reel Seat

The reel seat is graphite and will last forever in saltwater, but the stainless steel hoods will corrode eventually, and you should be sure to rinse them often. 

The model below has the ideal specs for inshore fishing; medium power, 7 ft 6 inches with fast action, and a line rating of 8-20 lbs.

You’ll be able to target every species on the flats confidently with this rod.

Specs

Pros

  • Graphite reel seat will handle life in saltwater
  • An exceptionally tough graphite/fiberglass blank
  • Light and sensitive compared to other versions
  • Great weight for casting with all-day
  • Ideal specs for covering all inshore species
  • Comes with a comfy cork handle

Cons

  • Stainless hoods may stay corroding, be sure to rinse them each day

Top Pick

Shimano Teramar South East Inshore Spinning Rod

Has all the right specs to cover all the best inshore species.

Shimano Teramar South East Inshore Spinning Rod

Shimano has always been at the top of the fishing game, and they continue to impress us with every product they come out with.

The Teramar has been explicitly designed for inshore fishing and for braided lines, making it stand out from the crowd. 

Build

The TC4 blank used for this rod is Shimano’s own blend of fiberglass and graphite composite. The blank is exceptionally strong and creates a fantastic power to weight ratio.

This gives you tireless days of casting while having the backbone to handle some large fish. 

Line Weight

The model below has all the right specs to cover all the best inshore species on offer, and the thing that stands out the most is the line weighting of 15-30 lbs. These weights are ideal for small and large fish. 

Guide, Reel Seat, and Casting Distance

The rod comes with Fuji aluminum oxide guides and a Fuji reel seat, both solid in saltwater. One other thing to mention is how great this rod is in terms of casting distance and accuracy,

You’ll find your casts reaching new distance, and you can drop your lure with pinpoint accuracy.

Usually, Shimano rods are quite expensive but this one is incredibly reasonable for the price. The only negative to be aware of is that some people find this rod a little off balance and heavy at the butt section, but these thoughts are rare. 

Specs

  • Model: TMSF70H
  • Power: Heavy
  • Length: 7 ft
  • Line: 15-30 lbs
  • Lure Weight: ½ -2 oz.
  • Action: Med-fast

Pros

  • TC4 glass and graphite composite blank for awesome strength
  • Designed specifically for use with braid
  • Incredible strength to weight ratio – ideal for fatigue-less all-day casting
  • Excellent power and sensitivity to hook and land every fish
  • Great specs for covering all inshore species
  • Gives you excellent casting distance
  • Affordable rod for the quality you’re getting

Cons

  • Some find that the butt section is a little heavy and can affect the balance

St Croix Avid Inshore Spinning Rod

St Croix is a trusted brand that many fishers have undying loyalty to and for good reason. The Avid Inshore series is no different and they’ll stand the test of time in a salty environment.

St Croix Avid Inshore Spinning Rod

St Croix is a trusted brand that many fishers have undying loyalty to and for good reason.

Their rods are top-notch and can be relied on in all situations.

The Avid Inshore series is no different and they’ll stand the test of time in a salty environment. 

Build

The blank is SCII graphite to create a sensitive, light rod that is still durable.

It is produced using Str Coix Integrated Polly Curve Tooling, reducing any transition areas, and the result is a rod that is one of the best to cast with.

The line just seems to roll out effortlessly with pinpoint accuracy. 

Pieces

The St Croix Avid also comes in 1-piece which assists with its awesome action, strength, and sensitivity. The guides are aluminum oxide and are actually designed to help reduce tangles and if that’s not enough, the rod also comes with a 15-year warranty. 

Line Weight

The only downside is that the rod is a little light for all inshore species, with a line rating of 6-12lbs. It’s perfect for bonefish, redfish, black drum, and speckled trout, but the likes of tarpon might hurt it. 

Specs

  • Model: VIS70LM
  • Power: Medium-light
  • Length: 7 ft
  • Line: 6-12 lbs
  • Lure Weight: 1/8-3/8 oz
  • Action: Moderate

Pros

  • Light and ideal for targeting smaller species like bonefish or speckled trout
  • Beautiful to cast with and is very accurate
  • Great action, strength, and sensitivity thanks to the 1 piece build
  • Comes with a 15-year warranty
  • Guides are designed to reduce tangles

Cons

  • A bit too light for targeting larger inshore species

St Croix Mojo Inshore Spinning Rod

The Mojo Inshore is light, durable, sensitive, and strong Long days with this rod will feel like short ones and you’ll feel every bite too.

St Croix Mojo Inshore Spinning Rod

The St Croix Mojo Inshore is a little more burley than the St Croix Avid above.

They both use the same SCII graphite but the St Croix Mojo Inshore specs on the model below really do cover almost every species on the flats. 

Build

The Mojo Inshore is light, durable, sensitive, and strong thanks to the awesome blank construction.

Long days with this rod will feel like short ones and you’ll feel every bite too.

The Mojo Inshore is also expertly balanced and you should expect nothing less than long and accurate casts if you’re fishing properly. 

Reel Seat

The only downside to the Mojo Inshore is that the reel seat loosens on its own and if you’re not checking it often, your reel could end up in the drink.

You can fix it with some electrical tape but you shouldn’t have to.

Specs

  • Model: MIS76MF
  • Power: Medium
  • Length: 7’6”
  • Line: 8-17 lbs
  • Lure Weight: ⅜ – ¾ oz.
  • Action: Fast

Pros

  • SCII graphite blank that’s tough and handles the salt
  • The rod is light, sensitive, and durable, ideal for long days
  • It’s the right setup for targeting almost all inshore species
  • Comes with an excellent 5-year warranty
  • Awesome guides and reel seat
  • Casts excellently and gives you a lot of distance

Cons

  • Reel loosens on its own

Best on a Budget

Ugly Stik Tiger Elite Spinning Rod

The construction makes this rod exceptionally strong and sensitive You’ll feel every bite, have the power to land most fish

Ugly Stik Tiger Elite Spinning Rod

We have already discussed how Ugly Stiks are one of the best affordable rods around and this rod is no different.

Build

The Tiger Elite rod is a fiberglass graphite composite that has more graphite in it than usual to make the rod lighter for endless all-day casting missions. 

The construction makes this rod exceptionally strong and sensitive to boot.

You’ll feel every bite, have the power to land most fish, and with a line rating of 10-25lbs target everything from bonefish to tarpon. 

Guide and Reel Seat

The rod comes with stainless guides without inserts, meaning not much can go wrong.

It also includes a seat for the real that’s graphite for saltwater use but the stainless steel hoods on it will need some care to stop them corroding. 

Overall a pretty incredible rod for the price.

Specs

  • Model: USTE1025S691
  • Power: Medium
  • Length: 6’9”
  • Line: 10-25 lbs
  • Lure Weight: ½ – 3 oz.
  • Action: Fast

Pros

  • Tough stainless steel guides with no inserts
  • Light and sensitive for easy all-day casting and feeling every bite
  • Exceptionally tough, you can put a lot of pressure on a fish
  • Grippy, comfortable handle
  • Amazing price for the quality of rod

Cons

  • Stainless steel hoods on the reel seat will start corroding without care

What Is Inshore Fishing? 

Inshore fishing, also described as flats fishing, is done in the ocean.

When inshore fishing, you’ll be targeting saltwater areas that are close to some kind of shore.

This can be islands like in the Florida Keys, tidal lagoons, and just near the shoreline of beaches and rocky outcrops.

You can be on a boat with the engine running, drifting, on anchor, being poled by your guide, or walking the shoreline. 

Man Standing at a Boat

Variety

The fantastic thing about inshore saltwater fishing is the number of different species you can cast at in one day.

While inshore saltwater fishing in Florida, you could encounter bonefish, tarpon, permit, snook, redfish, speckled trout, and more in a single day of fishing.

This diversity, combined with the fact that you don’t really cast until you have spotted a fish (known as sight fishing), makes inshore saltwater fishing so addictive and popular. 

What Are Inshore Spinning Rods? 

Inshore spinning rods are saltwater fishing rods designed to survive in saltwater and perform well enough for you to fish for all the various species effectively.

The best inshore fishing rod will cast well, be exceptionally durable, have enough sensitivity for smaller fish, and enough backbone for larger ones. 

Does The Quality Of The Rod Matter? 

Yes! It matters a lot for these kinds of rods.

These rods need to be able to handle some serious fish.

Versatility

Unlike rods for crappie and trout that aren’t really going to take a beating from the fish, these rods need to be able to deal with bonefish swimming at 64 km/h and 40 lbs tarpon jumping around the boat on the same day.

That is quite an ask for a rod, and you’ll need a high-quality inshore spinning rod to do it

 A low-quality rod will end up breaking in some inshore fishing scenarios, and leave you heartbroken, having not only lost an amazing fish but also having to call it a day and go home. 

What To Look For In A High-Quality Inshore Spinning Rod 

We have already discussed that high-quality shore spinning rods are the only way to go when inshore fishing, but what makes a high-quality rod? Read on below to find out. 

Rod Length 

A rods length must always be considered, no matter what kind of fishing you’re doing.

When looking at inshore fishing, the rods need to be long enough to get a good cast with but not too long as you have limited space to wield them on a boat or a shoreline.

Rods that are too long may often break under a lot of pressure and make landing a fish quite tricky.

Father and Children Fishing at a Dock
Father and Children Fishing at a Dock

Ideal Length

The ideal length for inshore fishing rods is around the 7 foot and 6 inches mark, give or take a foot.

This length gives you great castability and enough bend but not too much for handling larger species. It’s also an ideal length for fishing in tight spaces like on a boat or shoreline. 

Rod Power

Rod power defines the thickness, stiffness, and lifting power of an inshore rod. The power of a rod can range from ultralight to extra-heavy.

The best inshore rod power is medium to medium-heavy.

This allows the rod to be a little bendy for small species, while still being stiff enough to cast well and have the lifting power when you hook a nice tarpon or permit. 

Rod Action 

Rod action refers to where, along the rod’s length, it will bend when under pressure from fish or casting. Action is rated from slow to extra fast.

Differences of Action

Slow action rods will bend near the butt, medium action rods in the middle, and fast action rods at the tip.

The faster the action the better for casting, and the more sensitive a rod is to bites and feeling any lure action. 

The best inshore rod will be a fast action rod.

Ideal Action

This will give the inshore rod enough sensitivity for you to feel every bite, and it’ll up your casting distance and accuracy.

You’ll be sight casting while inshore fishing, which means each cast you make has to be on the money and very accurate.

Fishing Reel

Line Weight 

When inshore fishing, you’ll be targeting a lot of different species, as we have already discussed, and the line weight of your inshore rod needs to match these.

Ideal Line Weight

The ideal line weight of inshore spinning rods is around 12-30 lbs. 12 lbs is a great weight to target bonefish, speckled trout, and redfish with. It’s light enough to keep it sporting and for spooky fish not to notice.

Line of 15, 20, and 30 lbs are heavy enough for snook, permit, and medium-sized tarpon. 

Rod Weight 

The weight of all rods has an effect on your fishing, especially if you have to hold and continuously cast your rod all day long.

While inshore fishing, you get breaks between casts, especially when sight fishing, but you’re still holding your rod ready.

Holding and casting heavy rods is tiring and certainly affects your enthusiasm. 

RECOMMENDATION

Having a heavy rod is only going to dampen your experience instead of enhancing it.

My advice is to find a few rods with the right action, power, and length, and then look at the weight to make your final decision. 

Price V’s Quality 

Close Up Photo of a Spinning Rod

Do you have to spend a lot for quality rods? Yes and no.

The general rule with fishing gear is the higher the price, the better the quality, although there are some exceptions where you find great rods for smaller prices.

It’s best to try and stick in the middle ground for an inshore rod.

NOTE

Something high-end may be too technical, and you probably won’t see the benefits of the extra cash, while budget rods will most likely fail and not last long enough. 

Materials 

The best materials for rods are carbon fiber, graphite, fiberglass, and graphite fiberglass composites.

Since we are looking for inshore spinning rods with medium power and fast action, we can rule out fiberglass as it’s too bendy and won’t give you the stiffness you need. 

Carbon Fiber

The best material is carbon fiber as it’s stronger and more sensitive than any others, but also more expensive.

Graphite

Graphite is excellent and gives you the strength and sensitivity you need while also being affordable.

Composite

Graphite fiberglass composite rods are incredibly durable and hard to break but aren’t as stiff for long casts and sensitivity. 

Any of the three materials will be great for an inshore spinning rod, and the choice is yours based on pricing at the end of the day.

Swimming Up 

There you have it, some of the best inshore rods around.

Here’s a quick recap of the top three inshore rods.

Best Value

If you’re looking for value then the affordable, durable, high performing Ugly Stik Tiger Elite is the choice for you.

It’s tough, corrosion-resistant, and will handle any inshore species you want it to. 

Top Pick

If it’s the top draw you’re after, which is actually a bargain too, the Shimano Teramar South East is the road to go down.

High-performing, designed for an inshore salty world, this stick will give you everything you need to be successful on the flats. 

Editor’s Choice

If you’re me, then nothing beats G Loomis and their Pro Green Series.

The build, the design, the sheer thought that has gone into it is mindblowing.

If there was a world record tailing permit in front of me, the Pro Green Series is the spinning rod I’d want in my hands.

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