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Old 08-30-2012, 07:34 PM
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Default Re: Winston Biix, Spey

A while back I spoke to the rod techs at Winston about actions. What they told me was that although the rods are a bit faster than their old materials and designs had produced, they were relatively slower than many other new rods on the market today. By 'slower' I would mean more of a full flexing rod.

I would advise you to contact the Winston company by phone or e-mail and inquire about this particular rod from the 'rod shop' people.
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