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Started by Dangerfield, December 08, 2010, 20:27:17 PM
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Hello, I'm new to this forum. Been looking at this forum and others for a year or so to learn as much as I can about the sport. Been hooked for about two years now.
I am looking at buying a new rod. I currently use a cheapo from bass pro 7'6'' 5wt and an older eagle claw glass rod 7ft 5wt.I'm looking to upgrade to a better feeling rod. Warranty plays a role in my purchase as I'm kinda rough on equipment. I have a few Loomis bass rods that have great warrantys. I like the fact if I break a rod I can pay a small fee to have it fixed or replaced even if it was my fault.
I'll be fishing hatchery supported streams and a few small brook trout streams. Also, used some for some panfish on ponds and lake. Live on High Rock Lake in Lexington.Looking at getting a 7' or 7'6'' ft 4wt and don't wanna spend over $300. Appreciate any help or opinions.
You should go to a shop and cast as many different brands as possible before buying..
That being said..Scott rods really lay it down..
This is the best 4 wt imo........
I like this 4wt..........
does TM know you got pics of his girlfriend playing on a table leg?
Trouthemp.... Damn compactor is hell on the gear bd;0
I like this one. It's versatile.
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