Mobeen, great input there from the guys and thats a nifty outfit you have there.
I found, at the end of the day, its waht feels comfy in your hands.
I started with a Shakespeare 8b & a Pflueger 8lb reel, though it was the cats whiskers-actually, it is, my fav Murral combo.
moved onto so many-12 ft fox 6 pc with an aero 8000shim, a shim 6pc 3m travel rod with a 6000 baitrunner,a browning 3m surf tele, and now, i exclusively use a 2pc 6 ft TFO by lefty kreh with a plain jane shim 6000 and 15lb line, and latest is another vanilla plain 7ft jarvis walker with a 4500series line loaded with 14lb mono
I have a bad shoulder, tear in a tendon, and past one year, has been very hard to use a rod comfortably.This probably gave me a better insight, now that I am recovered, its what you are comfy with.The TFO 2 pc is rated for 20lb I think , and I've used it for every thing-from using no 8 sabiki hooks for whiting or tie on a 5/0 and troll as a boat rod-if a marlin decides to take my bait, he better watch out
So, if you reconsider, i dont think you should need a HEAVY outfit for murral, of all the things...That daiwa walleye with 10-12lb braid should be quite sufficent.you can rip through the weeds.
You can probably use upto 15lb mono without giving it a coronary.When i was 'master' newbie, i loaded my poor lil 8 lb reel with 15lb line! fortunately, that 'trip' did'nt last long